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Doylestown, PA

501 Hyde Park
Route 202
Doylestown, PA 18902
Phone: 215-230-9200
Fax: 215-230-9292

Hours

Monday 8am – 5pm
Tuesday 7am – 7pm
Wednesday 7am – 8pm
Thursday 7 am- 8pm
Friday 7am – 5pm
*Saturday (3rd Saturday of the Month) 1pm
*Saturday hours and dates are subject to change. If you do not have a scheduled appointment already, please call our office before coming in to confirm we are open.

Hopewell, NJ

2 Capital Way
Ste 326
Pennington, NJ 08534
Phone: 609-882-8833
Fax: 609-882-0077

Hours

Monday 7am – 5pm
Tuesday 7am – 7pm
Wednesday 7am – 8pm
Thursday 7am – 8pm
Friday 8am-5pm
*Saturday (1st and 4th Saturdays of the Month) 8am – 1pm
*Saturday hours and dates are subject to change. If you do not have a scheduled appointment already, please call our office before coming in to confirm we are open.

Hamilton, NJ

1445 Whitehorse-Mercerville Rd
Ste 106
Hamilton, NJ 08619
Phone: 609-890-0772
Fax: 609-890-0774

Hours

Monday 9am – 5pm
Tuesday 8am – 8pm
Wednesday 12pm – 8pm
Thursday 7am – 4pm
Friday 8am – 4pm
*Saturday (1st Saturday of the Month) 8am – 1pm
*Saturday hours and dates are subject to change. If you do not have a scheduled appointment already, please call our office before coming in to confirm we are open.

Category: Blog

Novelty Contacts and Their Creepy Risks

If the eyes are the windows to the soul, the über-creepy eyes of the undead are the portals to the fright of an amazing Halloween costume! We’re talking, of course, about the deliciously spooky eyes so many Halloween revelers achieve with novelty contacts. The slit pupils of a cat. A werewolf’s glowing yellow irises. Pale,… Read More


7 Surprising Causes of Light Sensitivity

It’s happened to all of us: that intense, searing light sensitivity after an eye injury. Perhaps we got debris stuck in an eye on a windy day, or maybe a stray elbow or ball connects during a lively game, leading to a detached retina. The pain can be so intense it can be difficult to… Read More


Can My Mask Cause Dry Eye?

For most people who work outside a medical setting, the idea of wearing a face mask for hours on end was until recently a novel idea. Most have made their peace with the use of face coverings to reduce COVID-19 risks, while others are discovering this personal protective equipment (PPE) comes with an occasional side… Read More


5 Ways to Soothe Autumn Itchiness

Most people are happy to say goodbye to the mugginess of summer, but the transition into fall comes with its own set of issues. Namely dry eye. While many of the patients visiting Matossian Eye Associates relish the return of chunky cable-knit sweaters and cozy scarves, they loathe the return of the redness, itchiness and… Read More


What the First Weeks of School Taught Us About Students’ Eyes

Approximately one month into the 2020-2021 school year, parents and teachers are assessing how their students are coping with the current “normal” in education. Many children are in class (social distancing, of course), while others are learning in the virtual classroom. The strange new world is not always optimal for eyes or A’s. Educators in… Read More


The Fog of (COVID-19) War: Keep Masks from Fogging Your Glasses

No one enjoys wearing masks everywhere. The best we may be able to manage is to tolerate it as a necessary part of life for the foreseeable future. But one thing we simply can’t abide is the fog that comes with the war on the coronavirus. We’re talking about foggy eyeglasses. The fog that dogs… Read More


Why Crocodile Tears Are a Good Thing

We have all heard the expression: “Those are crocodile tears.” It’s usually said derisively in reference to a pointless show of faked emotion. But researchers studying real tear production in the animal world believe the tears they shed could also shed light on how to treat dry eye and other vision problems in humans. A… Read More


6 Ways to Keep Eyes Young During Healthy Aging Month

Because September is Healthy Aging Month, we want to help our over-40 friends celebrate it by starting out on the right foot – with healthy aging eyes! Blurry vision, halos and other visual disturbances have a number of causes but if you’re over 50, that haze may be due to one of the most common… Read More


Get Fit, Fight Fog: Exercise Reduces Cataract Risk

You’ve gotten the message about fitness: Aside from the wear and tear of vigorous sports, or contact sports, there’s almost no drawback to exercise that gets the heart pumping – with advice from your physician, of course. Now, a new analysis of research is drawing a strong correlation between exercise and a lowered risk of… Read More


7 Back-to-School Tips for Student Eye Health

August, when students head back to school, is Children’s Eye Health and Safety Month and the ideal time to ensure their vision is reading-ready. Long hours with a book, computer, and chalkboard each day can put a strain on even the youngest eyes – because when a child is focused on learning, it is easy… Read More


Contact Us

Doylestown, PA
501 Hyde Park
Route 202
Doylestown, PA 18902

Phone: 215-230-9200

Fax: 215-230-9292

Hopewell, NJ
Two Capital Way
Suite 326
Pennington, NJ 08534

Phone: 609-882-8833

Fax: 609-882-0077

Hamilton, NJ
1445 Whitehorse-Mercerville Rd
Suite 106
Hamilton, NJ 08619

Phone: 609-890-0772

Fax: 609-890-0774

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