Spotlight: Eye Wellness and Contact Lens Center

    See the finest things in life clearly with our latest technology!

    Your eyes are your window to the world, allowing you to experience each moment in crystal clear vision. We aim to give your eyes the tender loving care they deserve because we understand that great vision is more than just a prescription.

    With the latest technology and a wide range of products, we are here to help you find the solution for your unique lifestyle. After 30 years of working in a corporate setting, Dr. Cynthia Han gained experience running her business and seeing a wide range of age groups with different eye conditions and diseases.

    She decided to relocate her office from Mercer County, New Jersey to Bucks County. She established her private practice inside of Makefield Executive Quarters where she can devote her time on personalized patient eye care. She also collaborates with nearby surgical specialists for co-management of eye diseases.

    Dr. Han has invested in the latest technology, so that she can promptly diagnose, treat and improve the quality of her patients’ vision.

    Phoenix Meibography Workstation with Topography gives a dynamic view of non-invasive tear film break-up time with tear meniscus height imaging and measurement. Other features include:

    • Meibomian Glands Imaging & Analysis: Imaging for health of tear glands.
    • Corneal Topography: Mapping for distortions on the surface of your eyes, monitoring eye disease, and contact lens evaluation.
    • Keratoconus screening with classification: Detecting Keratoconus, a condition where the cornea becomes thin and bulges outward, becoming irregular and cone shaped.

    Low Level Light Therapy uses targeted exposure to localized light simulation on the eyelids to provide reduction in symptoms and therapy of underlying causes in cases of periocular inflammatory conditions like Meibomian Gland Dysfunction, dry eye, chalazia, and blepharitis.

    Dr. Han uses this new technology to focus on treating dry eye and fitting specialty contact lenses such as multifocal and scleral lenses.

    PHOTO CAP: Dr. Cynthia Han

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