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  • 8 Signs of Dry Eye

    Dry Eye Syndrome Don’t let dry eye discomfort become your every day normal.  Learn the signs of Dry Eye Syndrome and tips on how to manage this condition. Most importantly, don’t forget to schedule your comprehensive eye exam.  It is the first step in identifying your condition and determining the best type of treatment option […]

    Continue Reading January 8, 2019

  • Vision Tips – Driving at Night

    As you may have noticed, it is getting darker earlier these days as the end of summer signals shorter days and longer nights.  This year, Nov. 4th marks the official end of Daylight Saving time and we would like to share some tips from the American Optometric Association that can help you navigate the roadway […]

    Continue Reading October 18, 2018

  • Beware of Illegal Decorative Halloween Contact Lenses

    Patients Beware: Buying Decorative Halloween Contact Lenses without a Prescription is Risky Hillsborough, NJ, October 9, 2018–In the spirit of Halloween, the American Optometric Association (AOA) and Dr. Barbara Tarbell and Assoc./Advanced Eyecare & Vision Gallery are warning people about a real fright – damage from wearing un-prescribed decorative lenses. According to the AOA’s American […]

    Continue Reading October 9, 2018

  • Halloween and Decorative Contact Lenses

    Decorative contact lenses can add a fun element to a Halloween costume.  However, un-prescribed lenses can put your eyes at risk for bacterial infections, allergic reactions and can permanently damage vision. We would like to remind all patients including the general public that all contact lenses, whether decorative or corrective, require a prescription from their […]

    Continue Reading October 9, 2018

  • More Contact Lens Safety Tips

    October – Contact Lens Safety Month Tip # 3 Never store or clean your contacts in water. Water can introduce germs to the eyes and contact lenses.  Water can also cause contact lenses to change their shape, stick to the eye and swell.  This can be extremely uncomfortable and can scratch the cornea making it […]

    Continue Reading October 2, 2018

  • Contact Lens Safety Month

    Tip # 2 Always wash your hands before handling your contact lenses.   Contact lenses sit directly on your eyes which can introduce contaminants that may cause some serious problems.  But, you can help avoid these problem by taking good care of your lenses and making sure to follow proper contact lens hygiene. For more […]

    Continue Reading October 2, 2018