610-276-5725

11 West Lancaster Ave., Ardmore, PA

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We accept Most Major Medical and many Vision Plans

Major Medical insurance is used when patients are concerned about health conditions and any concern that is not related to updating glasses or contacts.

Vision Insurance is used when patients are not having any medical concerns but want to check their visual acuity and need for corrective lenses or contacts. Some vision insurance will even help cover the cost of corrective procedures like CRT or LASIK.

We encourage patients to personally verify coverage and document the phone call before every appointment.
Community Benefits Everyone

Eye Diseases

Cataracts Glaucoma
Diabetes Eye Care Videos

Cataracts: The natural lens in the eye gradually becomes less clear as we get older. When opacities develop in the lens and the lens gets too hazy, vision will be impaired. Our office can diagnose and manage cataract care. When the cataract affects the vision to the extent that you cannot read or see distant objects comfortably, we will recommend cataract surgery.

Our office co-manages with cataract specialists that are proven experts in cataract surgery. Cataract surgery can provide you with a bright new world of vision.

Glaucoma: Glaucoma gradually destroys the optic nerve tissue in the back of the eye. The greatest danger of glaucoma stems from the fact that the disease is painless and without obvious symptoms until significant damage has occurred. The most common cause is from pressure being too high inside the eye, but vascular disease and other diseases can also cause glaucoma.

We always monitor for glaucoma during routine eye examinations. Tests include checking the pressure of the eye, screening for peripheral vision defects and analyzing the appearance of the optic nerve. If you are diagnosed with glaucoma, we typically prescribe medications that lower the eye pressure. Most forms of glaucoma are successfully treated with eye drops. Laser treatments and eye surgery are secondary treatments that offer alternative ways to treat more advanced glaucoma.

Diabetes: Diabetic patients should have a dilated retinal examination each year. Laser treatments have proven to slow the progression of retinal eye disease for many patients. Diabetes often stimulates the growth of new blood vessels in the back of the eye, which ultimately leak and damage the retina. If this condition is discovered early, laser treatment can destroy these vessels.

We have the latest instruments used to detect changes in the back of the eye. If we discover advancing diabetic eye disease that can be treated or needs further evaluation, we will refer you for consultation and further testing to a board certified retinal specialist.


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Office Hours & Appointments

Monday: Closed
Tuesday: 12 pm – 8 pm
Wednesday: 10 am – 5 pm
Thursday: 9 am – 8pm
Friday: 9 am – 5 pm
Saturday: 10 am – 2 pm

24/7 office phone emergency monitoring
For appointments, please call our office: 610-276-5725.