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Looking for an Optometrist in Northeast Philadelphia?

 

Learn why we were selected as The Power Practice of the Year!

At our Northeast Philadelphia practice, optometrist Dr. Lance Dunoff, believes that a relaxing chair side manner is every bit as important as quality eye care. At Fox Chase Family Eye Care, our eye doctor provides excellent service in a comfortable environment that’s conducive to asking questions about your vision. An informed patient is a happier, healthier patient.

Our Eye Care Practice is also a certified tear testing laboratory. This means we can provide treatment for patients that suffer from dry eye. Speak to our optometrist about how this testing and treatment works.

Eye Care Services

Better vision has a direct impact on your quality of life. Make sure that your eyes are in good health by taking the time for regular vision check-ups. Our state of the art testing services are designed to go far beyond simple prescription writing. For example, Fox Chase Family Eye Care utilizes MacuHealth AMD supplementation as well as the Macula Risk NXG genetic test to determine your risk factor for AMD. Click here for more information.

Early detection and treatment of ocular problems is critical for long term vision health. Our comprehensive eye exams are among the best you will find. But don't worry, we also do write and fill eyeglass prescriptions. We proudly serve the Northeast Philadelphia, Rockledge, Cheltenham and the surrounding area. Click here for directions to our Northeast Philadelphia office. Contact our Philadelphia eye doctor now or come by our practice today!

Q&A with Dr. Lance B. Dunoff

Dr. Lance B. Dunoff Answers Your Eyecare Questions

Can kids wear contact lenses?

A. Contact lens wear is not a matter of age. Many infants and toddlers wear them; some teenagers shouldn't. In other words, every case is different. Here are a few things you should know to help you decide whether contacts are a good idea for your own children:

  • Some contact lenses can slow the progression of nearsightedness.
  • Contact lenses are better for sports activities.
  • Many children, and most teens, would rather wear contacts than glasses. 

Most eye care professionals report great results with kids and contact lenses. No eye doctor will prescribe contact lenses for children or teenagers who aren't ready for them or who don't have a good reason to wear them. And they don't hesitate to unprescribe them if a child doesn't take good care of them.

Talk it over with Dr. Dunoff — he is the best person to help you decide what's right for your children's vision correction.

 


Focus on Technology

Each month we'll focus on some of the advanced tools and equipment that we use at Fox Chase Family Eye Care, to provide our patients with the best and most advanced professional eye care.

This month the focus is on the autorefractor - the last component of the modern eye exam to go digital and represents the cutting edge future of optometry.

 


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