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  • Myopia

    Myopia Increases the Risk of Serious, Sight Threatening Complications Myopia Control Therapy is used to slow down the progression of myopia (nearsightedness) in children typically between the ages of 6-18.  Therapy is recommended for children whose nearsightedness worsens quickly.  The typical age when vision worsens quickly is between 8-12 years old, thus therapy is most effective when […]

    Continue Reading October 8, 2019

  • Contact Lens Safety

    Look Your Best and Keep Your Eyes Safe Be smart and don’t overlook healthy contact lens wear and care. Halloween is quickly approaching and you maybe considering purchasing some fun contact lenses to add to your costume.  Before making your purchase – please understand the risk and requirements associated with wearing contact lenses and avoid […]

    Continue Reading October 1, 2019

  • What’s New?

    New Beverage Station During your next visit, please help yourself to a complimentary beverage. We don’t expect you to wait long – but we’d like you to experience excellent care the minute you walk through our doors.  

    Continue Reading September 26, 2019

  • Is your vision plan out-of-network with most providers?

    Finally. Use your vision insurance at our location. It’s difficult to leave a practice you love because of an insurance plan change which in most cases is beyond anyone’s control.  And as your eye health provider, we hate to see you leave us.  We have a long established relationship and we know your history well.  […]

    Continue Reading September 24, 2019

  • September is Sports Eye Safety Month

    Suit Up for Sports Safety Avoid sports-related eye injuries, make sure to wear protective eyewear Shin guards for soccer, shoulder pads for football, and batting helmets for baseball and softball. Almost every sport has its own unique safety equipment, but according to Dr. Sundeep Kaur, most participants in sports forget to protect one of the […]

    Continue Reading August 27, 2019

  • Sundeep Kaur, O.D.

    Dr. Sundeep Kaur is an Optometric Glaucoma Specialist and a Therapeutic Optometrist, practicing full scope Optometry throughout NJ since graduation. During this time she has established herself as a specialist in the areas of glaucoma, specialty contact lenses, dry eye disease, pediatric eye exams and myopia control. Her training in contact lenses includes difficult fits […]

    Continue Reading August 13, 2019

  • August is Vision and Learning Month

    We are happy to report that Gov. Murphy has Proclaimed August is Vision & Learning Month.   All children deserve the opportunity to learn and achieve their full potential and it’s important to recognize that vision issues go beyond eye health and eyeglass issues. And remember, whether or not you suspect your child has a vision […]

    Continue Reading July 18, 2019

  • Back-to-School Eye Exam

    Be smart and schedule a back-to-school eye exam for your child. Children’s vision can change rapidly. It is important to maintain and schedule regular eye exams for kids, so they are performing at their best, both in the classroom and on the playground.  #eyecarenj #backtoschool #eyehealth #childeyehealth #kidglasses

    Continue Reading July 16, 2019

  • June is Cataract Awareness Month

    Cataracts are the leading cause of blindness in people 55 and older.  We encourage everyone to be aware of the symptoms of cataracts, for the sake of their vision or for someone they know. A cataract is a clouding of the lens of the eye.  They tend to grow gradually, so changes in vision may […]

    Continue Reading June 4, 2019