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What Causes Dry Eyes?

Managing Dry Eye Syndrome Dry eyes are a common condition that leads many people to seek care and treatment from their local eye doctor. Due to an insufficient tear quantity or quality, the irritating symptoms include redness, stinging and constant blinking or eye rubbing. These symptoms can range from mild...

10 Eye Healthy Foods to Eat This Year

The New Year is coming and many people include healthier eating and exercise in their resolutions for the year ahead. Well other than weight loss and overall health and disease-prevention, a healthy diet and regular exercise can protect your eyes and your vision. In particular, there are certain vitamins and...

Women and Diabetes – World Diabetes Day

November 14th is World Diabetes Day. This year, the theme of World Diabetes Day is women and diabetes - our right to a healthy future. The goal of this campaign is to promote awareness of the importance of equal and affordable access for all women, whether they are at risk...

Bringing Myopia Control into Site

BY KENNETH DANIELS, OD, FAAO ORIGINALLY PUBLISHED IN OPTOMETRIC OFFICE. As myopia among children is being described as ‘epidemic,’ a variety of techniques for treating them are coming to the forefront.A 6-year- old Asian female who presented for an exam already had –1.00D of myopia, and both her parents were significantly...

What You Need to Know to Help World Blindness

October is World Blindness Awareness Month, an initiative started to help the public to understand the realities of visual impairment and how it affects the world population. Unfortunately, there are hundreds of millions of individuals around the world who are unnecessarily blind or visually impaired due to causes that are...

The Crazy Truth About Caffeine and How It Can Help Your Dry Eyes

Your morning cup of coffee or energizing can of Red Bull may be surprising sources of relief from the annoying symptoms of dry eye. A study conducted at the University of Tokyo’s School of Medicine showed that caffeine can increase the eye’s ability to manufacture tears. These results are significant...

Halloween Eye Safety

October has arrived and that means many people are already starting to plan for upcoming costume parties and trick-or-treating for the Halloween season. This is why now is the time to remind the public about some very important precautions about eye safety since there are some common costume props and...

Trouble Seeing the Fine Print? Here are Your Options…

Every good pair of eyes eventually gets old and with age comes a condition called presbyopia. Presbyopia, which usually begins to set in some time around 40, occurs when the lens of the eye begins to stiffen, making near vision (such as reading books, menus, and computer screens) blurry. You...

6 Habits that Cause Dry Eyes

Our Dry Eye Specialists Explain Causes of Dry Eyes Are you always rubbing your eyes or blinking constantly to spread more moisture across the surface? Dry eyes can be extremely irritating, even painful for some people. Inadequate lubrication may cause sore eyes, redness, an inability to wear contact lenses and...

Aging Eyes and Driving Safety 

Even if you don’t have any eye or vision problems, the natural process of aging affects your ability to see and react to visual stimuli. It’s important to know the impact the aging can have on your eyes and vision so you can take the necessary precautions to stay safe...

Is Your Teen Ready for Contacts?

Many teens who wear glasses are eager to try out contact lenses for convenience, fashion or to just provide another option for vision correction.

Inside a Life With Color Vision Deficiency

What’s it like to be color blind? Contrary to what the name implies, color blindness usually does not actually mean that you don’t see any color, but rather that you have difficulty perceiving or distinguishing between certain colors. This is why many prefer the term color vision deficiency or CVD...

How to Safely View the Great American Eclipse of 2017

On August 21st, for the first time since 1979, a solar eclipse will be visible across North America. What's even more historic is that it will also be the first time an eclipse will be visible across the continent, from coast to coast, since 1918. If you want to bear...

Are Your Eyes Sensitive to Light?

Light sensitivity, also known as photophobia, is a condition in which bright light - either natural sunlight or artificial light -  can cause significant discomfort, pain and intolerance. People that experience light sensitivity will find themselves needing to close their eyes or squint when exposed to light and often experience...

Got a Shiner!

What Exactly Is a Black Eye? A black eye, also known as a periorbital hematoma, is usually not an injury of the actual eye (which is why it is called “periorbital”- around the eye). It typically occurs when there is an injury to the face or the eye socket which...

Cataract Awareness and Prevention

It's National Cataract Awareness Month According to the World Health Organization, cataracts are responsible for 51% of cases of blindness worldwide - although this blindness is preventable with treatment. In fact, research shows that in industrialized countries about 50% of individuals over the age of 70 have had a cataract...

Are You Ignoring Your Dry Eyes?

You Don’t Have to Live With Dry Eyes Have you noticed that your eyes feel chronically dry, itchy, scratchy or even sometimes watery? Many people that have these symptoms just go on with their lives until the symptoms become unbearable. What they don’t realize is that these are signs that...

Does Smoking Affect Vision?

Eye Doctors Weigh In: How Smoking Can Harm Your Vision & Eye Health We all know that smoking is bad for you, especially the risks that it poses to your heart and lungs. What many people do not know is that cigarette smoke negatively affects your eyes and vision too. Smoking...

Sjogren’s Awareness Month – Understanding The Invisible Disease 

In honor of Sjogren’s Awareness month, eye care providers are helping to spread the word to increase awareness about this hard-to-diagnose disease. Sjogren’s is a systemic autoimmune disorder that can affect the whole body. One of the primary symptoms is excessive dryness particularly in the eyes and mouth. Other serious...

April is Women’s Eye Health and Safety Month

Hey women! Did you know that women are more likely to suffer from vision problems and are at higher risk of permanent vision loss than men? Well 91% of the women surveyed recently didn’t know that, which means that many of them aren’t taking the necessary precautions to prevent eye...

The Right (and the Wrong) Way to Clean Your Glasses

There is nothing worse than a dirty spot on your glasses - well except perhaps many dirty spots or smudges. When that happens, most of us are tempted to grab the corner of our shirt and wipe it off, but resist the temptation - this is actually not a good...

It’s Time to Talk About Blue Light

Workplace Eye Safety Month Blue light. Do you know what it is? Do you know where it comes from, or how it can be harmful to your eyes? If you don’t know the answers to these questions, you are not alone, yet it is important that you become aware to...

Understanding Eye Color

Eye color is a hereditary trait that depends on the genes of both parents, as well as a little bit of mystery. The color of the eye is based on the pigments in the iris, which is a colored ring of muscle located at the center of the eye (around...

6 Ways to Prevent Age-Related Macular Degeneration (AMD)

Age-related macular degeneration is a serious condition that can threaten your vision and general well-being. Characterized by the deterioration of the central area of the retina called the macula which is responsible for focused vision, the disease gradually reduces your central vision. This affects the ability to see fine details,...

Are You Missing Your Child’s Hidden Vision Problem?

Your toddler may show every sign of good eyesight including the ability to see objects in the distance, however that doesn't necessarily mean that he or she doesn’t have a vision problem.

“The Sneak Thief of Sight” Is On Our Minds This January

Make your resolution for healthy vision this year with increased awareness of the leading cause of blindness worldwide.

Holiday Season Shopping: Are Nerf Guns Safe for the Eyes?

This is the one way you can be sure that you or your child’s eyes are truly safe during Nerf shooting:

Dry Eye Syndrome Causes and Cures

Despite the fact that it is one of the most common eye problems, a surprisingly large percentage of patients are not aware of it.

November is Diabetes Awareness Month

Chances are it affects you or someone you know. November has been dedicated as a time to spread awareness about the disease, its risk factors and the effects it has on your body, your daily life and the lives of your loved ones.

Don’t Let Fall Eye Allergies Get You Down

Red, itchy, watery eyes and swollen eyelids (along with sneezing, congestion or a runny nose)...

How Contact Lenses Can be a Danger to your Eyes

Most people wouldn’t consider contact lenses dangerous. In fact, they are a great alternative to glasses, offering convenience and great vision for those who wear them. However, when not obtained and used according to an eye doctor’s instructions, the consequences can be devastating. Contact Lenses Need to Fit Like shoes,...

An Active and Eye Safe Lifestyle

90%! That’s the number of sports eye injuries that studies show can be prevented using proper eye protection.  Yet most sports leagues don’t require protective eyewear as part of their uniform or safety requirements.  This leaves it up to athletes, parents and coaches to ensure that proper measures are taken...

10 Tips to Teach Children About Eye Safety

It is important to teach your children about eye health and safety from a young age.  This includes awareness about how your overall health habits affect your eyes and vision as well as how to keep your eyes safe from injury and infection.  Starting off with good eye habits at...

When 20/20 Vision isn’t Enough For Your Child

Since studies show that learning is 80% visual, children with untreated vision problems can really suffer when it comes to school. Most people think that good “vision” means 20/20 acuity but in reality, vision is much more complex.  Your brain is actually what completes the processing of the visual world...

Cutting Edge Eye-dentification

We have all seen the futuristic thrillers that use high-tech eye scanning identification systems but nowadays the technology does exist to use them in real life. A greater number of high security establishments have begun to use iris recognition for identification and security systems.   How does it work? The...

Innovations in Color Blindness

There have been a lot of videos going viral lately of color blind people “seeing color” for the first time using specialized glasses. The emotional reactions of amazement, shock and joy even lead some to break down into tears. The glasses provide these individuals a way to view the world...

Poolside Eye Safety

Whether it is the sea, the sand, the sun or the softball field, summer brings people outside and this creates exposure to a multitude of potential dangers to the eyes.  One risk that is possibly the least obvious is the swimming pool. Swimming pools are the culprit for multitudes of...

Cataract Awareness Month: What to Expect from Cataract Surgery

After the age of 50 most people will eventually be diagnosed with cataracts. Cataracts are when the natural crystalline lens of the eyes become clouded, causing vision impairment that can not be corrected by glasses or contact lenses. While commonly an age-related condition, occasionally there are infants born with a...

Sunwear for a Bright Future

According to the Vision Council’s 2016 UV (Ultraviolet Radiation) Protection report, parents are more likely to wear sunglasses (56%) than their children (only 29%!). Yet children, who spend much more time outside, are typically exposed to three times the amount of sunlight and UV radiation that adults get. This early...

How UV Damages Your Eyes

UV Awareness Month: This article might scare you, and we hope it does - just enough to motivate you to wear proper eye protection against the sun. Most people are aware of the dangers ultraviolet (UV)  light from the sun pose to your skin, while the long-term effects of sun...

What is a stye anyway?

A stye (known by eye doctors as a hordeolum) is an infection of an oil gland which forms a pimple-like bump on the base of the eyelid or within the eyelid itself. Styes can be uncomfortable, causing swelling, pain, redness, discomfort and sometimes excessive tearing or blurred vision if it...

Eye Allergies

Along with congestion, runny nose, coughing, sneezing, headaches and difficulty breathing, individuals with allergies often suffer from eye allergies or allergic conjunctivitis resulting in red, watery, itchy and sometimes swollen eyes. Just as irritants cause an allergic response in your nasal and respiratory system, your eyes also react with an...

Bifocal and Multifocal Contact Lenses 

If you are over 40 and have difficulty seeing close up, you probably have a common age-related condition called presbyopia which is when the eye’s natural lens loses the ability to focus on close objects. Presbyopia is a natural process that occurs as the eye ages and affects the majority of...

Workplace Eye Wellness: The Dangers of Blue Light

When people think of workplace dangers to the eyes, it is usually machinery, chemicals or construction materials that come to mind. However, a growing danger to the eyes is one that may be less obvious - exposure to blue light from digital devices, television and computer screens and artificial lighting.

How to Find the Right Pair of Glasses for your Child

Whether you are looking for regular prescription glasses, sunwear or protective sports eyewear, it can be tough choosing the best eyewear for children and teens. On the one hand, they need to be comfortable and provide the optimal fit for improved vision and protection. At the same time, they also...

Hopewell-Lambertville Eye: Introducing Three Leading Technologies

Hopewell-Lambertville Eye Associates is a full scope optometric-ophthalmic practice known for its cutting-edge proactive and preventive eye and integrative health care. Now it offers patients three technologies few other practices in the country have: the Clearpath Diabetes Screening, iTrace combination ray tracing aberrometer/topographer, and VMAX Vision’s PSF Refractor and as...

Preventing Age-related Macular Degeneration

February is AMD and Low Vision Awareness Month in the United States, and it’s White Cane Week in Canada. Age-related Macular Degeneration (AMD) is a leading cause of vision loss in adults aged 50 and older. Awareness...

Resolve to Prevent Glaucoma in 2016

This year, make healthy eyes and vision your resolution. Find out if you or a loved one is at risk for glaucoma, and take steps for prevention. Glaucoma is a leading cause of preventable vision loss and blindness in adults in the United States and Canada and the second leading...

Why Do We Need Glasses?

Refractive errors including myopia, hyperopia, astigmatism and presbyopia.

Eye Safe Toys and Gifts for This Holiday Season

‘Tis the season for giving, and parents, grandparents, family and friends need to know how to choose toys and games that protect children’s health and eyesight.

How Do We See?

Have you ever thought about how vision works? It's an incredible system and process!

How to Prevent Diabetic Vision Loss

Prevention and treatment for eye complications associated with Diabetes

Decorative Lenses Could Cost You Your Vision

Beware this Halloween and think before you blink (in decorative contact lenses that is)! Sure, decorative contact lenses can enhance any Halloween costume, but if not taken seriously, they can also cost you your vision. Whether they are sold as cosmetic lenses, colored lenses or fashion lenses, they are anything...

It’s Time to Be Serious About Home Eye Safety

Home Eye Injury Awareness and Prevention

6 Common Eye Myths Debunked

Over the centuries there have been a lot of old-wives tales circulating about eyes and vision. You know, like the one that if someone hits you on the back while your eyes are crossed they will stay that way. Unlike this example, some of these myths do have roots in...

Protective Sports Eyewear is a Serious Matter

There are thousands of eye injuries a year related to sports. According to the National Eye Institute eye injuries are the leading cause of blindness in children in North America and most injuries occurring in school-aged children are sports-related. Further 99% of sports-related eye injuries can be prevented simply by...

How Pregnancy Affects Vision

The hormonal fluctuations experienced during pregnancy can cause many unexpected changes in your body, including your eyes and vision. Most of these changes are temporary and will return to normal once you give birth.  It’s important to know which vision changes are normal for an expecting mother and which could...

Is Your Baby’s EyeSight Developing Normally?

A baby’s visual system develops gradually over the first few months of life. They have to learn to focus and move their eyes, and use them together as a team.  The brain also needs to learn how to process the visual information from the eyes to understand and interact with...

Guidelines For Picking the Right Pair of Shades

There is a lot more that goes into finding the right pair of sunglasses than just fit and fashion.  While it’s important to look and feel great in your shades, sunglasses also have the very important job of properly protecting your eyes from the sun.  Here are a few facts...

6 Things You Need To Know About Cataracts

Cataracts are a leading cause of vision loss in the United States and Canada. Here are 6 things you need to know. 1. Chances are you will develop a cataract!  Cataracts are considered part of the natural aging process so if you live long enough, you will likely eventually develop...

What You Need to Know About Firework Eye Safety

Independence Day may have passed but fireworks season is still in full swing and fireworks-related injury and death is a real and serious danger.  According to the 2014 Annual Fireworks Report, compiled by the US Consumer Product Safety Commission there were at least 11 deaths and 10,500 injuries due to...

5 Ways to Ensure Healthy Vision

Your eyes are constantly at work for you, playing a vital role as you navigate through each day. As May is healthy vision month, here are some things to keep in mind: Know your genes While your eyes may be the same color as your father’s eyes, you may have...

What Women Need to Know About Eye Health

According to Women’sEyeHealth.org, ⅔ of blindness and visual impairment occurs in women. Additionally, an estimated 75% of visual impairment is preventable or correctable with proper education and care. With the increased risks for women it’s critical for women to know about the risks and prevention to effectively protect their eyes...

Enjoying Life During Eye Allergy Season

Spring is in the air. But along with the beauty of the blooming flowers and budding trees, comes allergy season. The high pollen count and allergens floating in the fresh spring air can certainly wreak havoc on the comfort level of those suffering from allergies, causing an otherwise nature-loving individual...

Can you Really Go Blind from Looking at a Solar Eclipse?

Last week, people in South America, Europe, North Africa, and parts of Asia and the Middle East saw a solar eclipse. As you may have heard, looking directly at a solar eclipse is very dangerous for your eyes and vision. Nevertheless, this rare event is something that many people want...

10 Steps to Prevent Vision Loss

March is Save Your Vision Month, a time to raise public awareness about how to protect your eyes and your vision. Most people aren’t aware that 75% of potential vision loss can be prevented or treated. This largely depends on patients being proactive and educated about their eye health. Here...

Refocus on the Digital Age with Computer Glasses

Digital devices have impacted our world in so many positive ways, allowing us to connect, work, play and get information at the speed of light. But all of this good brings with it a measure of concern: Digital Eye Strain or Computer Vision Syndrome. Focusing on your vision on digital...

Living With Low Vision

February is Low Vision and Age-Related Macular Degeneration awareness month.   Low vision describes a set of conditions in which there is significant visual impairment which can not be corrected with traditional means such as glasses, contact lenses, medication or eye surgery.   Low vision includes a loss of visual acuity...

Under Pressure: Are you at Risk for Glaucoma?

January is Glaucoma Awareness Month.  Glaucoma is a serious, vision threatening disease. You can save your eyesight, by knowing the facts. Are you at risk of developing glaucoma? The short answer is yes. Anyone can get glaucoma and because of this it is important for every person, young and old...

Know How and When to Treat an Eye Infection

It’s that time of year again…coughs, sneezing, running noses and itchy, red eyes.  How do you know when an eye irritation is something that needs medical attention? First of all, any time an eye infection is accompanied by fever, excessive discharge or pain, you should see your eye doctor immediately....

8 Tips to Beat Winter Dry Eyes

One of the most common patient complaints during the winter months is dry eyes. In the cooler climates, cold winds and dry air, coupled with dry indoor heating can be a recipe for eye discomfort.  Dryness and irritation can be particularly debilitating for those who wear contact lenses or suffer...

“Eye” Am Home for the Holidays – 7 Eye Tips for College Students

Winter break is in a few weeks and, with college students finding their way home for the holidays, it is a good time for parents to check in and make sure their independent kids are taking care of themselves properly.Vision plays a key role in learning as well as extra-curricular activities...

Do You Know the Facts About Diabetic Eye Disease?

November is Diabetic Eye Disease Awareness Month. Do you know the facts?

7 Things You Should Know About Eyelid Twitches

You may have experienced this before. Out of nowhere, your eyelid starts twitching uncontrollably. While this can be a cause of aggravation, eyelid twitches, spasms or tics are actually quite common. Here are 7 things you should know about this eye condition: Eye twitches are generally caused by a repetitive,...

October is…

October is 'Eye Injury Prevention Month' in the USA and 'Eye Health Month' in Canada. There are about 285 million people living with blindness and low vision all around the world. Children account for some 19 million of them. The vast majority of visual impairment is readily treatable and/or preventable....

World Sight Day Challenge – No More Avoidable Blindness

The World Sight Day Challenge, slated to take place on October 9, 2014 is an annual awareness day that aims to focus global attention on blindness and vision impairment worldwide. The day aims to create awareness that blindness can be avoided if there is universal access to quality vision and...

Protect Children’s Eyes During Sports

The new school year has kicked off and you can tick off purchasing all that back to school equipment. Now, it's time to think about what your child will need for after school sports and hobby activities. Making sure they have the right protective eyewear for their sporting or athletic...

Cutting Edge Glaucoma Technology

A futuristic, yet simplistic, eye implant paired with a smartphone app may change the way eye doctors treat glaucoma.

Comfortable Vision for Back-to-school Reading

School is starting: Do you know how to set up your child’s homework and reading spot? Reading and writing are some of the most fundamental skills that your child to facilitate learning in school, so it is important to make sure that your child's eyes are comfortable when they are...

Be on the Lookout for Vision Problems this Summer Break

Summer vacation is well under way, but did you know that even when your child is out of the classroom, vision problems can have an impact on his/her daily activities? Look out for these 4 warning signs during the summer months – they could be a sign of vision difficulties...

Should You Be Worried About Eye Floaters?

Eye floaters are actually more common that you may think. Many people notice specks or cobweb-like images moving around in their line of vision, at some point. Some even report experiencing a "snow globe effect" as if they are swatting at many imaginary bugs. Floaters may be an annoyance, but...

Keeping an Eye on Cataracts

Cataracts affect millions of people nationwide and as the population continues to age, the numbers keep increasing. The good news is, cataracts are often manageable and treatable. As June is Cataract Awareness Month, here are some facts you should know to help you recognize cataracts and prevent permanent vision loss. ...

A Look Behind Sleeping Eyes

Have you ever wondered what your eyes do when you finally close them after a long day of visual processing and stimulation? Let's take a closer look at what happens behind your closed lids when your head hits the pillow. Firstly, once your eyes are closed, they do continue to...

6 Things You Should Know about UV Radiation and Your Eyes

The heat of long summer days is nearly upon us. As the sun's rays intensify and people spend more time outdoors in the sunshine it is very important to be aware of the potential damage exposure to the sun can have on your eyes. May is UV Awareness month. Here...

Dr. Daniels Lectures about Cataracts

05-14-2014 through 05-21-2014
 
Dr. Daniels lectured to students from Singapore and Saudia Arabia regarding the Identification and Management of Cataracts at the Pennsylvania College of Optometry: Center for International Studies.

Welcome Our New Graduate Students

Hopewell Lambertville Eye Associates acts as an educational training site for two Optometric Institutuions. At this time we welcomes our (2) new 4th year graduate externs. Sohil Manhoobi from the New England College of Optometry and Melissa Kendall the Pennsylvania College of Optometry. They will be studying and working with...

Dealing with Your Tween’s and Teen’s Eyesight

It can be devastating for a tween or teen to be told he or she needs to wear glasses, especially if it is sudden. Many tweens and teenagers are concerned about how glasses will affect their appearance, whether they will be made fun of (which unfortunately is a legitimate concern...

Dr. Daniels Teaches at Penn. College of Optometry: German and Austrian Students

 Dr. Daniels has been participation in the education and direct patient care of students from Germany and Austria at the Pennsylvania College of Optometry: Center for International Studies.03-21-2014 to 04-04-2014

9 Tips for Coping With Eye Allergy Season

Spring is on the way. Soon the sun will be shining, the flowers blooming and allergy season will be upon us. If you have allergies, your eyes are often affected by the high pollen count along with other allergens floating in the fresh spring air. Tree pollens in April and...

Dr. Daniels Presents on Screening for Diabetes

Dr. Daniels presented a lecture to the Bucks Montgomery Optometric Association on Screening for Diabetes – Lens Autofluoresence....

How Your Eyes Convey Emotion

Your eyes communicate much more than you may realize, in fact they play a huge role in your non-verbal communication. Consciously or not, the way you move your eyes, look at someone, blink or make eye contact can say a lot about what you are thinking and feeling. Here's a...

Dr. Daniels Presents PSF at Vision Expo East

 Dr. Daniels presented a lecture at Vision Expo East, the largest eyecare exposition in the world, on the topic of Point Spread Function Refraction.

Dr. Daniels Teaches Students from Saudi Arabia at Penn. College of Optometry

Dr. Daniels has been participation in the education and direct patient care of students from Saudia Arabia at the Pennsylvania College of Optometry: Center for International Studies.    03-17-2014 through 04-30-2014...

Protecting Your Eyes From The Desk Job

There are so many people who spend hours a day, if not most of the day working on a computer or mobile device. They usually do so without taking notice of the effect this has on their bodies. Using a computer or handheld device for extended amounts of time can...

New Study Shows How Your Eyes Shed Light on Your Health

It's been said that your eyes are the window to your soul. Well, research is showing that your eyes are a window to a lot more than your thoughts and emotions; it can be an indicator of your overall health.  A study by UnitedHealthcare entitled, “Impact of Eye Exams in...

Hope in Sight for Low Vision

February is low vision awareness month. Low vision is a condition in which an individual suffers significant vision loss that can't be fully corrected with glasses, contact lenses, medication or surgery. Low vision can affect both children and adults, but is more common in the elderly, and requires significant adjustments...

Dr. Daniels Lectures in Singapore

Dr. Daniels presented lectures in Singapore on the topics of Pharmaceutical Interactions with Contacts Lenses, Refractive Surgical Co-management, and Corneal Imaging Technologies on behalf of the Pennsylvania College of Optometry: Center for International Studies....

How to Encourage Young Kids to Wear their First Pair of Glasses

Your child's first pair of glasses will make an important difference in his or her ability to see and interact with the surrounding world. However, a new pair of glasses can also present a big adjustment for both parents and kids as you get used to a new look and...

7 Facts You Should Know About Glaucoma

7 Facts You Should Know About Glaucoma Glaucoma, which refers to a group of eye diseases that damage the optic nerve, is often called 'the silent thief of sight'. This nickname evolved because the disease creeps up unnoticed in its early stages, causing no pain and few, if any symptoms....

New Year’s Resolutions for An Eye Healthy 2014

The New Year is a time to start fresh and renew our commitment to health, happiness and success. It’s important to include eye and vision health and safety in these resolutions. Here are the top six ways you can make your eyes and vision a priority this year. Schedule a...

Fun Holiday Gifts That Are GOOD for Children’s Vision

The holiday season is on our doorstep. With technology so much a part of our lives, the easy go-to gifts for kids often include an enormous array of hand-held video devices and home gaming systems. Did you know that after extensive use these games can be harmful to children’s eyes...

What You Should Know about Diabetes and Your Vision

Diabetes affects people of all ages, races and genders.  An estimated 25.8 million Americans or 8.3 percent of the population suffer from the disease, according to data published by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in 2011. In fact, diabetic eye disease is the leading cause of new cases...

Keeping Your Contact Lenses Clean

If you wear contact lenses, you probably know the hygiene routine you should follow when removing your lenses: Wash your hands thoroughly with soap and water and dry them on a clean, lint free cloth. Remove the lens from your eye and clean the lens immediately (if you wear multi-use...

10 Tips to Protect Your Vision

Did you forget to put on your sunglasses today? Are you constantly sitting in front of a computer screen without taking breaks to look away? Maybe you also skipped your yearly eye exam, again. These are just some of the things we tend to overlook when it comes to our...

Dr. Daniels Teaches International Studies and Presents at Major Eye Care Conference

Dr. Daniels, as Adjunct Assistant Clinical Professor a the Penns. College of Optometry, recently (Sept 2013) finished teaching an advanced patient care course for students from Germany, Austria, Poland, adn Finland. As well, he made several presentations at Vision Expo West (Las Vegas, NV) on topics of Point Spread Function...

This Halloween Be Wary of Costume Contact Lenses

As Halloween approaches and costume planning gets more serious, many consider the use of novelty or costume contact lenses as a way to add that extra flair. Whether you are dressing up as a cat, a vampire, or looking for something fun that glows in the dark, dressing up your...

How to Prevent Dry Eyes During Air Travel

Many travelers experience dry eyes after extended travel by air. The dry environment of a temperature- and pressure-controlled air plane cabin can take its toll on your eyes. The good news is there are a number of steps you can take to reduce the uncomfortable symptoms associated with travelers’ dry...

Does Chlorine Hurt your Eyes?

Just because the summer is coming to an end, doesn’t mean that we have to say goodbye to the swimming pool. Whether it means a nice refreshing dip on a warm fall afternoon or a winter swim in an indoor pool, swimming is a great activity for both fun and...

Technology in the Classroom and the Eyes

The use of technology has become commonplace in the classroom. So much so that today’s generation of students, from kindergarten to university, navigates computers, smartphones and tablets all the time.  Many schools have even implemented the use of smart boards and bring your own device (BOYD) programs. However, as amazing...

Treating Vision Problems Lowers Risk of Falling in Seniors

For adults over the age of 65, the right pair of vision correcting glasses can literally be a life saver. Seniors aged 65 and up are at increased risk of falling, which is the leading cause of injury, injury-related death, and hospitalization for this age group. According to the Centers...

The Great Glasses Play Day 2013

The first weekend of August (August 3rd and 4th) has been marked as the 2nd annual Great Glasses Play Day. The event, which first launched in 2012 was created for parents, eye care professionals, educators and children who wear glasses or have other vision challenges to celebrate and create awareness...

First Aid for Eye Injuries

To ensure that your eyes remain healthy, it is essential to protect them from injury and to take proper care measures if an injury has occurred. As July is Eye Injury Prevention Month, here are a number of practical first aid tips to remember if you or anyone you know...

Understanding the Eye Chart

Eye charts of different variations have become a standard in vision screenings and eye exams. One of the most familiar charts associated with vision is the Snellen eye chart, designed by Dutch ophthalmologist Hermann Snellen in 1862 to measure visual acuity- how well you can see at various distances. Although...

June is Cataract Awareness Month

Cataracts, one of the most common causes of blindness, develop when the lens of the eye, located behind the iris and pupil, becomes opaque or cloudy. A cataract can result in loss of vision as it prevents light from passing into your eye and focusing on the retina. While cataracts...

Age Related Macular Degeneration and Your Central Vision

Did you know that age-related macular degeneration (AMD) is one of the leading causes of vision loss and blindness among adults aged 50 and above? AMD occurs when the part of the retina responsible for your sharp central vision, the macula, begins to deteriorate. Central vision is the visual field...

How to Choose the Right Sunglasses

Do your sunglasses have what it takes to protect your eyes? As the summer heats up and people spend more time outdoors, it is very important to wear UV blocking eyewear to protect against exposure to ultraviolet rays that can cause damage to your eyes. Damage caused by UV from...

Women’s Eye Health Month: An Eye on Cosmetics

Women's eyes are regularly exposed to potential irritants through the use of cosmetics. As eye shadow, mascara and eye liner can breed unseen dirt and bacteria, it is vital to ensure that the products you use to apply and remove your makeup are hygienic to prevent irritation that can cause...

A Recipe for Eye Health

Did you know that your dietary choices have an impact on your eye health and vision? Opting for appetizing food that at the same time provides you with all the nutrients that are essential for preserving your vision, is taking a major step towards minimizing the risk of eye disease...

Spring Eye Allergies

Spring is right around the corner, as the winter begins to wind down and the fresh, warmer air begins to rear its head. Unfortunately for many, it's often hard to enjoy nature's blooming beauty as the warmer weather also brings about the onset of itchy, watery eyes that come with...

The Right Way to Clean Your Eyeglasses

We all know how frustrating it can be trying to see clearly through a smudged pair of glasses; clean lenses can really make a world of difference. While it may not be something that you pay much attention to, the way you clean your lenses can also make a difference,...

Dry Eye Syndrome: When Dry Eyes are Chronic

Dry eyes are a common problem for many individuals particularly during the winter months when exposure to dry air and whipping wind is increased. However, if you are suffering from dry eyes that just won't go away, you may have what is known as Dry Eye Syndrome - a condition...

UV Protective Sunglasses: Winter Sports and UV Rays

Sunglasses are an essential part of your wardrobe, even in the winter. While many people associate the need for 100% UV protective sunglasses with warm weather and glaring sun like you find on the beach, harmful UV radiation is present even on a gloomy, cloudy day. No matter where you...

Healthy Vision and Diabetes

Complications that arise from diabetes put patients at increased risk of developing a number of vision-related diseases. These conditions include glaucoma, diabetic retinopathy and cataracts, as well as a number of other conditions that, even when seemingly unrelated to your sight, can impact your vision. Diabetic retinopathy, which occurs when...

Eye Risks from Diabetes

Diabetes is a metabolic disorder that results in elevated levels of glucose in the blood either due to inadequate insulin production or because the body's mechanism to make use of insulin is disrupted. The risk of vision loss is increased when diabetes is not treated. Diabetic eye disease can come...

Dr. Daniels Presents at American Academy of Ophthalmology

Dr. Daniels presented at the American Academy of Ophthalmology a discussion on Wavefront technology and its utilization in refractive and surgical cataract care....

A Closer Look at Retinoscopy

There are various assessments that you have seen during an eye exam and asked yourself how they work. Having a bright light shined into your eyes may be an example. Such as test is used to help test the refractive error of your eye, and it's known as retinoscopy. Whether...

Dr. Daniels and Parma Attend American Academy of Optometry

Dr. Daniels and Parma attended the American Academy of Optometry. During the event Dr. Daniels discussed new clinical developments in ocular surface disease, refractive technology care and co-management of surgical care as a member of several corproate advisory panels....

What All Smartphone Users Should Know

These days, it seems hard to find someone who doesn't own some sort of mobile device. We can't deny that these devices are wonderful, because they allow us to stay in touch with whoever we want almost always. Nevertheless because these devices sport small screens, many people usually hold their...

Multifocal Lenses

If you're middled-aged and having some difficulty reading small print, you may have developed presbyopia, a common age-related condition that prevents you from clearly seeing near objects. If you already struggle with distance vision, and are later on diagnosed with presbyopia, you won't have to start carrying and switching between...

Eye Patches: A Simple Solution to a Common Problem

Are you concerned that your child has a lazy eye? Amblyopia comes about when the brain shuts off or suppresses vision in one eye. Vision might be suppressed if a child can't see as well with one eye because of issues with distance vision, and in some cases, astigmatism. Along...

Why Eye Doctors Take a Complete History

If you've got an eye exam penciled in for some time in the near future, there are a number of things you can do to be extra ready for it. There are several things you should inform us of to help make sure your exam is a worthwhile one. Because...

In the Middle of the Night: Seeing in the Dark

Something wakes you up in the middle of the night, or you're searching for a light switch or door handle or phone in a room with the lights off. It's happened to all of us. It takes a couple of minutes for your vision to return. This remarkable process is...

Dealing with Presbyopia

Ever wonder why even people who never had glasses have a hard time seeing things up close when they reach middle age? Because as you age, the lens of your eye is likely to become more and more inflexible, making it challenging to focus on near objects. This is known...

Playing Safe

Of course, parents are concerned with keeping their kids' eyes safe. But it can be hard to know how to choose the toys that are the safest and most beneficial. Babies don't have a properly developed visual system at birth, but it becomes more refined over time. Nothing stimulates a...

Back To School With Good Vision

It's been a wonderful summer and it's difficult to believe it's almost over. Moms and dads all over are going shopping for bags and books, making sure their kids have all the gear they need for the upcoming school year. And if you haven't already done it, it's also the...

Convergence Insufficiency: Not As Simple As It Seems

When a child struggles at school, it's not always a learning disability. In truth, he or she may be suffering from a particular condition that impacts learning at school. It's called Convergence Insufficiency (CI). Here's the breakdown: CI is a near vision issue that negatively affects your ability to see,...

Focusing on Visual Acuity

We've all heard the terms visual acuity and twenty-twenty vision. As common as these terms are, do people really grasp their meaning? When you really understand what they imply, you will see why an eye doctor asks to assess more than just how well you read from an eye chart....

A Fresh Look for Your Eyes

How would you like an updated look for your eyes? Introducing FreshLook®. They offer a large palette of color contact lenses, which slightly enhance or totally change your eye color. This cutting edge line of contact lenses includes so many options, that you're sure to end up with exactly what...

Keeping Lids Clean

Do you have inflamed eyelids, also called blepharitis? It's a common eyelid inflammation, usually associated with an existing bacterial eye infection, specific types of skin conditions, or dry eyes. Generally, symptoms include redness, itching, burning, a gritty sensation in your eye, tearing and crusting around the eye. It can often...

A Lens a Day Keeps the Redness Away

How often do you leave your disposable contact lenses in for an extra few days? It's a fact of life that so many things are in their best condition when they haven't been used too much. It's important to know that the same rule also applies to your lenses. As...

Treating Cataracts

It's June, which means it's Cataract Awareness Month. Are you aware that cataracts are the leading reason behind loss of vision among those 55 and older? More so, more than half of those aged 65 or older have some degree of cataract development. According to the National Eye Institute, by...

Quality Protection from UV Rays

It's a fact that basically everybody is exposed to UV rays. Even though this is the case, the potential risks of years of exposure to these harsh rays aren't really thought about, and many take little action to shield their eyes, even when they're planning to be out in the...

When Did You Last Have a Comprehensive Eye Exam?

This month is Healthy Vision Month. When was the last time you had a comprehensive eye exam? Having your eyes examined annually is one of the best steps you can take to be sure that your eyesight remains in top form. During the procedure, your optometrist examines your eyes to...

See Clearly with Transitions® Optical’s Vantage™ Lens

We're excited to tell you that one of our favorite lens makers, Transitions® Optical, have just launched an exciting product as part of their popular range. It's called the Transitions® Vantage™ lens. They've increased the features of their popular light adapting lens with the addition of revolutionary variable polarization. Glare...

Dr. Daniels Attends NECO Educators Meeting: Boston, MA (April 24th, 2012)

Dr. Ken Daniels was attended a meeting in Boston of a select gropu of educators for the New England College of Optometry. This meeting is designed to utilize the expetise of external educators from around the country to develop external optometric education and training of graduate students....

Warning Signs of Poor Vision

In patients, whether young or old, sometimes poor vision can be the result of a few conditions including changes in the body or abnormalities in the eye or visual system, diseases affecting the eye, side effects due to medication or injuries to the eye. Commonly, people also experience visual abnormalities...

Women’s Eye and Vision Health

This month, Prevent Blindness America is focusing on Women's Eye Health and Safety. Women go through many changes during their lifetime. Each change could affect her vision differently. Eye disease among the female population is being diagnosed in increasing numbers, especially in aging women. Actually, studies show that most women...

April is national Sports Eye Safety Month

With the spring, as well as often nicer weather, comes an increase in the number of sports related eye injuries. Every year, many children and adults sustain sports related eye injuries that could be avoided with the right safety measures. Using proper eye protection while playing sports is particularly important...

How Vision Affects Road Safety

Excellent vision is essential for road safety. As a matter of fact, driving safely relies on a number of visual capabilities such as being able to see both far ahead as well as your immediate surroundings, peripheral vision, seeing at night and color vision, plus many others. Distance vision is...

Workplace Vision Wellness Month

To educate corporations and their employees about the relevance of vision wellness, and to spread advice on how to prevent vision-threatening eye mishaps, Prevent Blindness America (PBA) has designated the month of March as Workplace Vision Wellness Month. Every day, workers suffer from workplace related eye injuries that require the...

Focusing on Astigmatism

Around your pupil and iris is your cornea, which is, under usual circumstances, spherical. As light hits your eye, part of the role of your cornea is to help focus that light, aiming it at the retina, which is in the anterior portion of your eye. What is the result...

Understanding Conjunctivitis

Conjunctivitis, informally referred to as pink eye, is a common eye illness, particularly with kids. Pink eye can be caused by bacteria, a virus or allergies to pollen, ingredients in cosmetics, and chlorine in swimming pools, or other substances that come in contact with the eyes. Many forms of pink...

Be Knowledgeable About Age Related Macular Degeneration (AMD)

February has been designated by Prevent Blindness America to raise awareness about age related macular degeneration (AMD) and low vision. Age related macular degeneration (AMD) is one of the foremost causes of vision loss in adults over the age of 65. AMD is characterized by a deterioration of the macula...

Cleaning Your Contact Lenses

A study conducted by Bausch & Lomb this past August revealed that many people regularly use strange substances rather than contact lens solution to clean their lenses. Everything from baby oil, to beer to butter was reportedly used as an alternative to actual lens solution by twenty percent of the...

Protect Your Eyes From Dry Eyes This Winter

Winter time often leads to an increase in instances of dry eye syndrome due to the circulation of cold, dry air.

The Winter Sun and Your Eyes

It's official! Winter is here, which means in some places bitter cold winds and freezing rains and sometimes snow are also on the horizon. Most of us wouldn't ever think of leaving the house without a jacket in cooler weather, but surprisingly, many people leave their sunglasses at home. Although...

Heighten Your Glaucoma Awareness this Month

As this month marks National Glaucoma Awareness Month, this post is intended to stress the importance of knowing about the threat of glaucoma. Glaucoma is a class of progressive ocular disorders that cause damage to the eye's optic nerve, which can be a precursor to a permanent loss of vision....

How Age Affects Your Vision – Presbyopia

Visit your Lambertville, NJ Eye Doctor to Learn More About Treatment Options Presbyopia is a visual impairment that comes with age in which the ability to focus on objects at a close distance becomes noticeably diminished. With the increasing international population reaching older ages, a significant number of people are...

This Month is Holiday Toys and Eye Safety Month

The holidays are almost here which means dolls, radio controlled airplanes, and Leapster Explorers. Adoring grandparents delight in treating the favorite little ones with the coolest toys to start off the New Year. Leading optometry specialists advise that parents explain to others some guidelines about toys and eye safety. Accidents...

Don’t Lose Your Flex Spending Account Dollars!

Need new eye glasses? Think it's time for an eye examination? Contemplating laser vision correction? The time has arrived to take care of all of your eye and vision needs. December 31st is coming which means that your annual flex plan will soon run out for the year. If flex...

An In-depth Look at Color Blindness

Contact our Lambertville, NJ Optometrist for an evaluation

Diabetes and Vision

Are you aware that diabetes is the dominant causal factor of blindness among men and women of all ages? In just the last four years, over four million people in North America suffering from diabetes were found to have blindness caused by diabetes. Of this group, 70,000 had advanced diabetic...

All About Lazy Eye. Treatment in Lambertville, NJ

For proper sight, it is essential for the eyes to function in cooperation with each other and with the brain. When this process doesn’t function properly, the result can be amblyopia or lazy eye. With most cases of lazy eye the actual eyes are typically healthy but good vision cannot...

Lambertville, NJ Vision Exams: Exploring the Vision Exam

  Have you ever wondered why 20/20 is the benchmark for ''perfect'' eyesight and what it truly represents? 20/20 vision is a phrase to express normal visual acuity or clarity of vision. In other words someone with 20/20 vision can clearly see an object at a distance of 20 feet...

Autumn Eye Allergy Relief in Lambertville, NJ

  As the end of summer approaches, many people begin to experience symptoms of ragweed allergy or hay fever. Above sneezing and a stuffy or runny nose, ocular allergies can significantly impede one's ability to go about one's normal functions. Eyes are often itchy, puffy, and red and often sting...

This Halloween Beware of Special Effect Contact Lenses

  Halloween is a time for fun, parties and dressing up but you don't want the fun to lead to some scary damage to your eyes. Over the past few years, decorative contacts have become popular particularly with teenagers and young adults and this is alarming eye doctors. Contact lenses...

Dr. Ken Daniels Presents at American Academy of Optometry

Dr. Daniels recently attended the American Academy of Optometry in Boston, Mass. where he participated on several medical and optometric advisory panels.  ...

Lambertville, NJ Management for Computer Vision Syndrome (CVS)

  Findings from the American Optometric Association show that above seventy percent of employed persons that sit for the majority of the day at a computer monitor (over 140 million individuals) experience computer vision syndrome or eye fatigue. Prolonged computer use can result in eye strain and impact eyesight in...

Protecting your Children’s Eyes at Home

  As September marks Home and Sports Eye Safety Month, we've chosen to highlight ways to keep your house eye safe specifically when selecting toys that are safe for your children's eyes. It's important to take the earliest opportunity to guarantee your house doesn't pose any series dangers to your...

Contact Lenses and Makeup: Advice from your Lambertville, NJ Eye Care Practitioner

For those who wear contacts there are a few guidelines that should be followed when it comes to applying cosmetics. Below are some professional pointers for ways to ensure your eyes remain looking great and safe. Buying Makeup Even before we discuss how to apply makeup, eye care professionals recommend...

Dr. Daniels Achieves Diplomate – Board Certification

Dr. Ken Daniels becomes of 1 of 500 optometrists in the country to achieve Diplomate - Board Certification by the American Board of Optometry. Board certification is recognized by several medical and health organizations monitoring physicians and their advanced level of knowledge in a given field of practice....

This Month is Cataracts Awareness Month: Schedule your Eye Examination in Lambertville Now

A surprising number of individuals aren't aware that cataracts are the primary culprit for blindness for individuals 55 and over. In truth, over 50% of the population above age 65 have some amount of cataract development. What are cataracts? A cataract is a clouding of the eye's lens. This prevents...

Are Your Child’s Eyes Ready for School? Don’t Forget to Book Lambertville Children’s Eye Exams

Many professionals emphasize that about 80 percent of learning takes place through a child's eyes. Because a child's eyesight can change frequently, consistent eye and vision care is crucial to a student's classroom success. Surprisingly, most parents don't make vision exams part of their child's back-to-school doctor's appointment line-up. In...

Improving Your Teen’s Self-Esteem with Contact Lenses

No teenager wants to be caught wearing something that makes them different, and in the case of some adolescents, eyeglasses can often feel that way. Adolescents may balk at the very idea of being seen in eyeglasses and appearing ''uncool''. As opposed to glasses, kids and teenagers who opt for...

Identifying and Dealing with Some Commonly Reported Eye Injuries

There are a variety of different types of eye accidents that can occur, some more serious than others. Some might necessitate emergency action and immediate care by an optometrist, while others can be treated at home. Read these guidelines for typical eye injuries, to determine your next step in case...

Have You Had an Eye Exam Recently?

When we have healthy eyes, we sometimes overlook the importance of a routine eye test. Nevertheless, timely diagnosis of eye disease is crucial to maintaining healthy vision and eyes. This can easily be done with an annual eye test. A significant number of eye and vision diseases don't have any...

Caring For Your Eyes This Summer

It’s officially summer and it’s time to protect your eyes from the sun and other warm weather dangers. Here are some pointers on remaining safe in the sun: Buy glasses with 100% UV protection. If your sunglasses don’t provide 100% UV protection to guard your eyes from harmful UV damage,...

Everything You Should Know About Children’s Eye Protection

Did you know that each year sports-related eye injuries account for 40,000 emergency room visits? That's an eye injury every 13 minutes! Eye Care professionals report that the vast majority of the damage could be simply avoided by using protective eyewear. The majority of injuries take place when participating in...

The Optometrist Recommends: Eat Carrots for Healthy Eyes

You may have heard that carrots improve your vision, but is this the truth? Optometrists know that carrots can't actually improve your vision. However, they are rich in beta-carotene, a vitamin that is beneficial for your eye health and therefore eating foods rich in this vitamin is clearly a recommendation...

Ultraviolet Awareness Month – The Sun and Your Eyes

  Most Americans are familiar with the hazards of Ultraviolet (UV) light to your skin, (such as sunburn and skin cancer) and the necessity of using sunblock and using other forms of sun protection during outdoor activities. But did you know that ultraviolet rays and other harmful types of radiation...

The Do’s and Don’ts of Caring for Your Contacts

  Contact lens wearers must be sure to treat their contact lenses adequately. Improper care can lead to ripped or torn lenses, or even worse, eye infections or scratches, which rarely but sometimes can lead to blindness. Any individuals that are not capable of properly taking care of their contacts...

Gas Permeable Lenses: Do They Make Sense for You?

  Although soft contacts are more often used, a second, less familiar kind of contact lens materials exists: gas permeable (GP) contact lenses, also known as oxygen permeable lenses. In reality, hard lenses involve newer technology than soft contacts, and they are longer-lasting, allow finer vision quality, and offer enhanced...

Dr. Daniels presents new information on wavefront correcting contact lenses

 ASCRS (Association of Cataract and Refractive Surgeons) meeting in San Diego, CA.

A Guide to Dealing with the Effects of Eye Allergies

If you are experiencing red eyes, itchy eyes or watery eyes you may be suffering from seasonal eye allergies. For some, spring time is eye allergy time, which means uncomfortable symptoms such as itchy eyes, watery eyes or stinging, red eyes. Spring eye allergies are largely due to the release...

GCP Training for Feasbility Studies completed by Dr. Daniels and Staff

Good Clinical Practice (GCP) Certification completed by Hopewell - Lambertville Eye

Should You Buy Your Next Pair of Glasses on the Internet?

Be very aware of fraud and counterfeit products by online eyeglass and contact lens vendors. If it sounds to good to be true  ---  it's not true. While many of us are accustomed to shopping for more and more products online, eyeglasses are one product that should be cautiously reviewed...

Dry Eye Syndrome Getting You Down? Tips on Protecting Your Eyes This Cold Season

Even though many people refer to winter as the wet season because of the precipitation, the air is really a lot dryer during the winter, causing your eyes to be irritated more quickly. Our team is available to assist you in selecting the most effective ways to keep your eyes...

In February Be Aware About Age-related Macular Degeneration and Low Vision

February is dedicated to spreading awareness of macular degeneration (AMD) and low vision. Age-related macular degeneration (AMD) is the foremost cause of visual impairment for individuals age 65 and over. AMD can result in low vision, a phrase eye care professionals use to categorize significant vision loss that is sometimes...

This Month Help Create Awareness About Glaucoma

To spread the word about the ''silent blinding diseases,'' this month has been named National Glaucoma Awareness Month. Glaucoma is the second leading source of permanent vision loss, responsible for 9%-12% of all cases of complete vision loss in the United States and effecting nearly 70 million people worldwide. Since...

Dr. Daniels Lectures in Vienna, Austria

Dr. Ken Daniels (01-08-2011) recently lectured in Vienna, Austria on behalf of the Pennsylvania College of Optometry on the topic of Corneal Physiology, Anatomy and Complications Associated to Contact Lenses....

Winter Eye Care Tips… It’s Time for Sunglasses

Yep, it's true. Sunglasses are not only an essential accessory in the summer. While many of us are aware of the dangers the sun presents to our eyes in the summer, how many of us realize that we need to take precautions in the winter months as well? In reality,...

Upcoming Studies:

Keratoconus: Our office has been asked to assist in the development and fitting guidelines of a new soft lens design for keratoconus. Patients with this disorder are asked to contact the office for details of the study. The final protocol and honoraium are being completed. Enrollment starts immediately. Astigmatism: Our...

Dr. Daniels Moderates Specialty Contact Lens Panel at AAOptometry

Dr. Ken Daniels recently moderated a panel of contact lens specialists on the topic of new technology and Hybrid contact lenses at the American Academy of Optometry. The panel was sponsored by Synergeyes....

Dr. Daniels Participates on Science Based Health Advisory Panel

Dr. Ken Daniels participated on an advisory panel meeting fro Science Based Health, premier naturaceutical company producing vitamins and supplements for ocualr health, macualr degeneration, glaucoma and cataracts....

Vascular-Related-Diseases-Affecting-Eye-Health

Diabetes, high blood pressure and other vascular related diseases can have a very deleterious effect on eye health.

Laser Vision Correction

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Nutritional Eye Care

 

Eye Care / Vision care is your first step towards preventative and long-term health care. Eye health and vision evaluations are one of the most important aspects of an individual’s annual health care. It is the job of our doctors and staff to work as an integral part of your medical team to assure your well being.

Eyeglasses Are Back!

  Eyeglasses Are Back! Picking out new eyeglasses can be a daunting task, whether you're getting your very first pair or you've worn them nearly all your life. The sheer volume of eyeglass choices can be torture to work your way through if you don't have any idea what you're...

Online Registration Forms

You can now request your next appointment online.  Visit the Contact Us section of our web site and complete the Patient Registration Form.  The form is secure and our office will be notified once the form is complete.  When you walk in for your next appointment, we'll already  have the...

Dr. Daniels Lectures in Warsaw, Poland

Dr. Daniels, as an adjunct assistant clinical professor at the Pennsylvania College of Optometry, lectures for Oko Medica an Opotmetry - Ophthalmology group in Warsaw Poland on the topics of Corneal Topography an Wavefront Imaging, Refractive Surgery and Cataract Procedures and Co-management....

Request Your Next Appointment Online

You can now request your next appointment online! Visit the Contact Us section of our site at anytime and complete the form.  We'll receive the form via email and call you back to confirm your appointment request.  We'll be sure to call you back within one business day....