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Introducing Dr. Michael Abendroth

Tuesday, September 15th, 2020

We are excited to announce that Dr. Michael Abendroth has joined Philadelphia Eye Associates as a full-time surgical and clinical ophthalmologist. Dr. Abendroth was born in Boston and raised in Hershey, Pennsylvania. He graduated from Dartmouth College then earned his Doctor of Medicine and Master of Business Administration degrees from Penn State University, where he...  read more


Thursday, October 10th, 2019

What is Thermal 1-Touch? Thermal 1-Touch is a new, in-office treatment for blepharitis caused by Meibomian gland deficiency. What is Meibomian gland deficiency? Meibomian gland deficiency is the inability of the Meibomian glands to secrete their contents in a manner that promotes a healthy tear film and ocular surface. What causes Meibomian gland deficiency? The...  read more

The Top 4 Reasons for Patients to Try Scleral Contact Lenses

Tuesday, May 28th, 2019

There’s a lot of buzzing in the contact lens world around scleral contact lenses. In the past decade, this contact lens technology has really grown in understanding and popularity. Patients who were previously unable to wear contact lenses are now able to do so, specifically because of advancements in scleral lens technology. Here are the...  read more

5 Critical Things You Probably Don’t Know About Keratoconus

Friday, April 26th, 2019

1. Your sleep position matters While someone has likely told you to stop rubbing your eyes, they may not have mentioned that it is critical to stop smashing your pillow against your face and to stop sleeping with anything (be it a blanket or a hand) pushed up against your eyes at night. All of...  read more

How safe is LASIK eye surgery in 2019

Friday, March 22nd, 2019

Vision is our most precious sense and we all want to do everything possible to preserve it. Before considering any elective surgery on our eyes it is important to know the facts about the safety and success rates for those surgeries. So how safe is LASIK vision correction? The short answer is that LASIK is...  read more

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