General Eye Care for All Ages

Dry Eyes

One of the most common conditions we treat is dry eye, which occurs when your eye does not produce enough tears, or when the quality of your tears cannot provide sufficient moisture. As a Dry Eye Center of Excellence, our doctors have undergone rigorous training to provide you with the most thorough, informed care possible. We offer a number of treatment options, and we will work with you to develop a personalized treatment plan that can reduce your symptoms and restore comfort.

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Optical Shops

We have two optical shops at our Hatboro and Blue Bell locations. Both shops are fully stocked with the latest frames and styles, including the Silhouette® line, which is widely regarded for being lightweight and highly durable. We also offer a number of advanced lenses, such as Varilux® and Transitions®, which can be customized for your professional and recreational activities. Choosing new glasses should be fun and exciting. Our friendly shop staff will help you choose the right frames and lenses for your fashion sense, lifestyle, and budget.

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Contact Lenses

In addition to glasses, we also supply a wide range of contact lenses. Our doctors will thoroughly evaluate your vision to determine the right prescription for you. They will also help you to choose the right type and brand of contacts, taking into account your profession, regular activities, and any eye conditions. We understand that you might be a bit nervous about your first pair, and our staff will also provide guidance in putting in and removing contacts, as well as instructions on care and maintenance for your lenses.

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BOTOX® Medical

BOTOX® Medical injections can be an effective remedy for a number of medical conditions, including eye spasms, migraines, and cervical dystonia, a condition that causes neck spasms and pain. By injecting small amounts of botulinum toxin into the neck and face, your doctor can relax overactive muscles. The effects of the injections are localized and will not affect your surrounding healthy muscles.

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Eyelid Surgery

If you have drooping eyelids that obscure your vision, you may benefit from blepharoplasty, or eye lift surgery. Dr. Clark has extensive experience performing this procedure, and can give you the results you need. He starts by creating tiny incisions, hidden along the lash line or in the natural fold of your eyelid. Through the incisions, he will tighten the eyelid muscles and carefully remove any excess muscle and tissue. Blepharoplasty is typically performed under local anesthesia, and recovery takes about two weeks. Not only can this procedure give you a clear field of vision, it can also improve your appearance and make you look years younger.

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Low Vision

Low vision is reduced vision that cannot be overcome even with corrective lenses. Causes of low vision can include congenital diseases or conditions like optic atrophy. If you suffer with low vision, you may find yourself becoming discouraged, feeling you are losing your independence and ability to enjoy the activities you love. Dr. Denise Wilcox is here to help you. She is dedicated to providing outstanding care to patients with low vision. While she cannot restore your lost vision, she can enhance your remaining eyesight, and help you cope with vision loss.

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Comprehensive Eye Exam

Regular comprehensive eye exams are an important part of preventive vision care, and essential to minimizing any potential risks to your eyesight; in fact, many eye conditions have no obvious signs or symptoms.  Comprehensive eye exams include a number of tests and procedures, ranging from simple ones, like having you read an eye chart, to more complex, such as an interior eye exam using a high-powered lens. When conducting these in-depth exams, we are able to determine not only the condition of your eyes, but the state of your general health as well.

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