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Southern New Jersey Eye Doctors
Since 1988, our staff has been dedicated to caring for your eyes by providing the latest technology and care. Our doctors are trained to provide our patients with a wide variety of eye care including comprehensive eye examinations, contact lens fittings and medical eye evaluations. Our optometrists are also certified in the treatment and management of ocular disease. Our
eye examinations are customized just for you and your unique eye needs.
Snjeyecare has three convenient locations serving patients in Voorhees, Deptford, Toms River and the surrounding New Jersey areas. Schedule an exam with us today to see how we can help you get the best eye care and prescriptions for your eyes.
Monday-Friday: 10:00 AM—7:30 PM
Saturday: 10:00 AM—5:30 PM
Sunday: 11:00 AM—3:30 PM
Ask Your Doctor About 1-Day Disposable Contact Lenses
There’s a lot of upside to getting daily contacts...
Ask your Snjeyecare optometrist about "Dailies" which are designed for single- use wear. Meaning there is no care system or extra contact lens solutions to buy. Just the lenses.
Single-use contact lenses are arguably the healthiest lenses available. Because you are never putting the same lens back on your eye again, this style of contact lens provides you with a very healthy lens experience.
With daily disposable lenses, there is hardly any opportunity for debris to coat up the surface and cause cloudy vision. You'll have peace of mind in knowing that you are putting on clean and sterile contact lenses each and every day.
Find Out About The Best Nutrients For Your Eyes
What are Lutein, Zeaxanthin and Meso-zeaxanthin?
Carotenoids may sound like aliens from outer space, but they’re actually essential nutrients for your eye health. Two very important carotenoids are lutein and zeaxanthin—yellow pigments that occur naturally in many plants and vegetables. Recent research has discovered a third carotenoid in the eye, meso-zeaxanthin. It is not found in food sources. Instead, it appears to be created in the retina from lutein.
The best natural food sources of lutein and zeaxanthin are green leafy vegetables and other green or yellow vegetables. Among these, cooked kale and cooked spinach top the list, according to the U.S. Department of Agriculture. Other sources are cooked collards, cooked turnip greens, green peas, cooked broccoli, raw romaine lettuce, cooked green beans and carrots. A nonvegetarian source of lutein and zeaxanthin is egg yolks. If you can’t get carotenoids into your diet, lutein/zeaxanthin/meso-zeaxanthin supplements are available. Be sure to ask your optometrist about MacuHealth with LMZ3.
See Your Optometrist Once a Year
While most people schedule regular check-ups with doctors and dentists, many are simply not aware of
the importance of an annual visit to their eye doctor. Regular eye exams can be the key to the early detection and treatment of emerging vision problems, eye diseases and a number of health-related issues. Don’t take good vision for granted, schedule an eye appointment with our highly-skilled optometrists today.
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