Visit our Optometrists in Lawrenceville, Plainsboro, Flemington and Robbinsville
When was your last visit to the eye doctor? Whether you need an annual eye exam, a consultation for contacts, a new prescription for your eye glasses, or eye glass frame fitting, it is important to visit an optometrist at least once a year. At Allied Vision Services, our optometrists, Dr. Markus Barth, Dr. Stuart Kolber, Dr. Paul E. Neiheiser, Dr. Alexander McGowan, Dr. Joseph Tobias, Dr. John J. Russo, have the credentials, experience and expertise you need to ensure your eyes are properly cared for.
Our eye clinics provide optometry and eye exam services to Lawrenceville, Plainsboro, Flemington and Robbinsville. Visit our optometry clinics for all of your vision and eye care needs.
Find out more about Allied Vision's optometry services and our optometrists, Dr. Markus Barth, Dr. Stuart Kolber, Dr. Paul E. Neiheiser, Dr. Alexander McGowan, Dr. Joseph Tobias, and Dr. John J. Russo:
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Our eye doctors have been providing friendly and personalized service, along with high quality eyecare and eyewear for over thirty years. Our philosophy is simple: offer the best and take the time to do it right.
Looking for an Optometrist in Lawrenceville, Plainsboro, Flemington or Robbinsville?
While most people schedule regular check-ups with doctors and dentists, many are not aware of the importance of an annual visit to the eye doctor. Regular eye exams can be the key to the early detection and treatment of emerging vision problems, eye diseases and a number of other health issues. When you come to Allied Vision Services for an eye exam, you will receive comprehensive service designed to find and correct any vision or eye issue you may or may not be aware of. Don't take good vision for granted, schedule an appointment today!
Q&A with Dr. Neiheiser
Dr. Neiheiser Answers Your Eyecare Questions
When I wear my contacts, my eyes are usually dry and uncomfortable by the end of a long day of work. What can I do to help with this problem?
That's a very common problem and I hear that question daily. There's even quite a bit of scientific evidence to support why that happens. Most people spend significant time on their computer, and studies show that the blink rate, ie., how many times per minute the eyes blink, is greatly reduced while looking at a screen. That allows the tear film to evaporate more rapidly, thereby drying the eyes and contact lenses out. Fortunately, there things that can help: Adding a contact lens rewetting drop every one to two hours will hydrate the lens and the eye. There are several good ones, but some cannot be used with lenses. Read the labeled directions or ask your optometrist if you're not sure. Take frequent "eye breaks". Two to three times per hour look away from the screen for 30 seconds and relax your eyes. Place your screen about an arm's length away and no higher than eye level. Eyes are most comfortable at that distance and viewing angle. Upgrade your contact lenses! Newer and better lens materials don't dry out as quickly and allow more oxygen to reach the eye. Switching to a daily single-use disposable lens can make a big improvement in eye comfort. They are now more affordable than ever.
Come in and talk to us - we'd be happy to refit you with the best contact lens for your needs.