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If you’re on Facebook, Instagram or Snapchat, you have probably seen ads for Hubble contact lenses promising you “high quality” contact lenses for a low price.

At first glance, they sound great. We love daily lenses, and agree that daily replacement is the safest and healthiest way to wear contacts. We like to save money, and are always looking for rebate programs and ways to help our patients maximize their insurance savings. We want contact lens wear to be convenient, and like Hubble, we mail out lenses to our patients whenever we can. We even spoke with the Hubble people to see if fitting these lenses at our office would be good for our patients and our practice.

BUT the more we learned, the more we realized that this ...

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There are new and advanced specialty contact lens that can improve vision in patients suffering from high or irregular astigmatism, corneal diseases such as keratoconus, as well as patients who experienced a LASIK surgery gone wrong. Patients with very blurry vision, even with glasses, can obtain much clearer vision by being fit into these specialty scleral contact lenses!

Specialty Scleral Contact Lenses are large-diameter lenses that cover the entire corneal surface (clear layer covering the colored part of the eye) and extend onto the sclera (white part of the eye). The scleral lens lies over the cornea without making direct contact with it. The scleral lens is creating an even dome-shaped surface over the irregular corneal surface, th...

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Are you ready for the solar eclipse coming our way? On August 21st, the United States will be in the path of a total solar eclipse! Here in North Brunswick, NJ, we will be able to see the moon partially pass in front of the sun (partial eclipse) between about 1:30 and 4:00 p.m (with the best views at 2:44!)

https://www.timeanddate.com/eclipse/in/@6946944

It is critical to have proper eye protection to watch the solar eclipse. Normal sunglasses are NOT safe, and trying to look at the eclipse without proper eclipse glasses can cause permanent eye damage and even blindness. You must cover your eyes with the eclipse glasses before you look up at the sun, and keep your eyes covered until you have looked away from the sun.

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Lately, more patients have been requesting early morning appointments. To accommodate these requests, we are now offering appointments starting at 8:00 a.m. on some Fridays.

December 24: Both offices Closed

December 25: Both offices Closed. Merry Christmas!

December 26: Both offices Closed

December 27: Both offices open 8:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.

December 28: Clyde Road open 10-6, Route 27 open 10-8

December 29: Both offices open 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

December 30: Clyde Road open 10-8, Route 27 open 10-6

December 31: Both offices closed; Happy New Year!

Limited Hours during the week of Jan 3-9th for eyeglass and contact lens pick up only.

January 10: OPENING DAY AT OUR NEW OFFICE!

You've heard the rumors...and IT'S TRUE! We're MOVING!!

In order to continue to provide exceptional care to our amazing and growing patient base, both our current Somerset offices are joining together and moving into a brand new, custom built location just minutes down the road from our Route 27 location!

Beginning January 6, 2016 we will not be located at 2090 Route 27, Suite 105, North Brunswick, NJ 08902.

We will be moving just minutes down the road from our current Route 27 location to North Brunswick. We are in the process of building a beautiful office that will exceed your expectations while providing the same standard of care you've come to expect at each visit to our offices.

Stay tuned for updates as the office transforms into the next home of Somerset Eye Care! We can't wait to see you there in the New Year!

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