Optometrists in Old Bridge, New Jersey
Dr. Moshe Roth and Dr. Steffani Tiomno Viveros have over 30 years of combined experience as board-certified eye doctors specializing in Vision Therapy, Neuro-Optometry, and Ortho-k. We also offer dry eye treatment, scleral contact lenses, and myopia control.
Our mission is to provide quality eye care and eyewear for patients of all ages.
Is your child having a hard time reading or focusing in school? Are you experiencing vision symptoms after a blow to the head? Our vision therapy experts may be able to help!
We also provide general eye care and eye exams, along with an inventory of over 1,000 frames in our Optical Boutique. We pride ourselves on having hand-picked all the unique eyewear we carry, and offer same-day prescriptions for many of our glasses.
Whether you’re looking for blue light protection, want specific lenses like progressives, or simply need help finding a nice style of frames for your face, we have the perfect pair of frames just for you!
Popular frame brands we carry include Ray-Ban, Flexon, and Nike.
We also offer the latest contact lens brands and types to help you get the most comfortable, clear vision possible. We offer soft and rigid gas-permeable contacts and a selection of specialty contacts.
Dr. Roth is certified by the New Jersey Board of Optometrists and is a Fellow of the College of Optometrists in Vision Development.
Want to learn more about how we can help you see and feel your best every day? Come visit our Old Bridge eye clinic, or give us a call at 732-679-2020. See you soon!
Specialty Contacts: Solutions That Bring Clarity!
Scleral Contact Lenses
Scleral contact lenses are one of the most advanced custom contact lenses utilized to help patients with irregular or unhealthy corneas see clearly with amazing comfort. Patients who have keratoconus or underwent a corneal transplant can achieve their ideal vision through scleral lenses.
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Vision Correction Without Surgery
Are you nearsighted or farsighted? Want to see clearly throughout the day without requiring eyewear or resorting to laser surgery? Consider ortho-k lenses, as they offer clear vision all day, every day — without any need for glasses or contact lenses!
Find out how Ortho-K works
Prosthetic Contact Lenses
Prosthetic contact lenses at Family Eye Care are special lenses that cover the cornea if the cornea has become cloudy or opaque. The special lens is made to match the other eye and therefore improves the appearance of a disfigured eye.
Why Choose Prosthetic Contacts?
Neuro-Optometric Rehabilitation: Gain Back Independence
Neuro-Optometric Rehabilitation helps people who have suffered a concussion and brain injury rebuild lost visual skills. We can help determine the right course of treatment and prevent potential long-term damage. Let us help you get back to being the person you were prior to your injury.
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Visual Balance Disorders
Visual balance disorders can be caused by a Visual Midline Shift Syndrome (VMSS), oculomotor dysfunction in fixations, nystagmus, and disruptions of central and peripheral visual processing.
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Brain Injury Examination
Neuro-Optometrists have special training and clinical experience in this area and are able to help those who have vision problems related to brain injury. Neuro-Optometrists understand how specific visual dysfunctions related to the patient’s symptoms and performance.
Treatment for Traumatic or Acquired Brain Injuries
Vision Therapy: Rebuilding Your Vision & Confidence
What’s Vision Therapy
Vision Therapy is an individualized doctor-supervised treatment program that addresses problems that eyeglasses and contact lenses can’t solve. It enables the individual to learn how to use the visual system effectively.
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Learning-Related Vision Problems
Vision Therapy helps children and adults who have not developed the visual skills that are needed for effective reading, writing, and learning. These skills include eye movement and focusing skills, convergence, eye-hand activity, visual memory skills, etc.
Treatment for Children with Reading Learning Related Vision Problems
Pediatric Eye Exams
A comprehensive eye exam tests more than visual acuity. Parents frequently say: ‘But the doctor said his vision was fine’. Vision is so much more than just distance “20/20” acuity.
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