Eye Care News & Blog

Safety Precautions

As we return to normal, please click here to see some of the steps we're taking to keep our patients safe ... Read More

Offices Open With Normal Hours

Please note that both office locations are now open with normal operations and business hours. We maintain strict standards and protocols in order to keep our staff members and patients safe. Our cleaning process and social distancing steps have helped ensure that patients remain healthy and comfortable when visiting our offices ... Read More

Update on Office Hours

Since re-opening both offices to limited patient care on April 27th, we have diligently maintained our safety protocols. These include the use of masks for all patients and staff, thorough and repeated cleanings of all surfaces throughout the day, and a strict adherence to social distancing. Appointments are still limited in order to avoid crowding in the office, but we ... Read More

Practice Re-Opening

Effective Monday, April 27th, we will begin the process of re-opening our offices to patient care. Please note that we have extensive safety precautions in place to protect our patients and staff members. These include limited appointments and a re-arranging of both offices to account for social distancing. Patients will be asked to arrive alone whenever possible, and to call ... Read More

Office Hours During Coronavirus Crisis

In keeping with state guidelines, and our desire to keep our staff and patients safe and healthy, our offices will be closed for routine patient care until further notice. We will be open for phone calls and contact lens orders, along with eyeglass pick-ups and one-hour express lens changes. Please call 610-696-1368 to verify availability. Additionally, please call our office if you ... Read More

COVID-19 and Contact Lens Wear

We want to provide the latest science on the use of contact lenses during this COVID-19 pandemic. A new study published in the March 2020 edition of Ophthalmology on COVID-19 patients found that there was no evidence of the virus in tear samples. Recognizing that this is very early data and with a small representative sample size, the study suggests a low risk of ocular ... Read More