The Eye Center is one of New Jersey's oldest and most respected Ophthalmology practices. At The Eye Center, we pride ourselves in providing quality eye care for the whole family in a professional, friendly environment. Our doctors provide routine eye exams and specialize in the treatment of Cataracts, Glaucoma, Diabetic Retinopathy as well as elective refractive and cosmetic surgery. For your convenience, our three(3) state of the art facilities have evening and weekend hours as well as fully stocked optical and contact lens departments.
Here at The Eye Center, our low vision specialist, located in our Warren office, is helping the needs of the visually impaired through education, motivation, information, instruction, assurance and guidance.
Low vision rehabilitation is the field of care which is called upon when vision loss no longer responds to a change in eyeglass correction for a significant improvement of vision.
Dr. Susan Carter, a specialty trained oculofacial plastic surgeon with over 20 years of experience, provides both cosmetic and reconstructive evaluation and treatment to patients at The Eye Center. She performs an array of aesthetic procedures including cosmetic upper and lower eyelid lifts (blepharoplasty), Botox™, fillers, and collagen induction therapy (microneedling). She helps patients with various reconstructive problems including eyelid skin cancer, droopy lids (ptosis), inward or outward turned eyelids, facial palsy, and blocked tear ducts. See Dr. Carter for a consultation today!
One of the most common causes of vision problems is cataracts. As we age, almost everyone, at some point in time, will develop a cataract. From experiencing blurry vision, seeing halos around lights or glare, you don’t have to suffer a permanent loss of vision quality. Cataract surgery is a safe, effective way to improve your vision. The Eye Center offers traditional and laser cataract surgery with the finest ReSTOR, Crystalens and AcrySof Toric lenses. Utilizing medical equipment at the forefront of ophthalmic technology, our doctors will enhance your vision, quicken your recovery and get you back to doing the things you love.
Diabetic Retinopathy is the name of the blood vessel changes that usually occur without symptoms. Diabetic Retinopathy is the most common cause of blindness in the U.S. in patients under sixty. No matter what type of diabetes you have, you may develop diabetic retinopathy. If you have diabetes, you may have retinopathy now or you may develop it in the future. Have more questions? Visit us at our Pscataway, N.J., Warren, N.J. and Edison, N.J. offices.