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Coronavirus (COVID-19)

The Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic is at the forefront of everyones’ mind as we all shelter in place at home to reduce spread and promote public safety. We are making it our top priority to take the appropriate precautionary measures to ensure the health and safety of each of our patients and staff members. As of March 23, 2020

  • We are still open to see urgent issues and patients with vision threatening conditions in our Langhorne, Southampton, and Bristol offices
  • We are offering live TeleHealth visits as indicated
  • We have canceled all in person routine eye exams
  • Our optical shops are closed
  • If you have a fever, cough or flu like symptoms please stay home
We kindly ask that you are transparent about your Health, pre-existing conditions, and overall state of well-being. Thank you in advance for your cooperation, support, and efforts to obey the state government mandates as well as helping to keep our clinics clean, safe, and unexposed from danger or risk.
Eye Associates of Bucks County is excited to announce the new merger of Century Eye Care & Tri-County Eye to offer even more services including: retina specialists to treat macular degeneration, retinal detachments and diabetic retinopathy, oculoplastics and cosmetic eye surgery, medical and surgical glaucoma care, pediatric eye care, LASIK, laser-assisted cataract surgery with advanced technology lens implants and so much more! Please click on the links below to visit these websites.

Visit Tri County Eye website

Visit Century Eye Care website

Diabetic Eye Diseases

Diabetic Eye Disease Treatment Langhorne PAPatients with diabetes are at a higher risk for developing eye conditions because a high blood sugar level can damage blood vessels in the eye. Over 40 percent of patients diagnosed with diabetes develop some form of eye disease as a result. These conditions can cause blood or fluid to leak from the retina or new blood vessels to grow on the surface of the retina which can lead to significant damages to your vision and overall quality of life.

It is important for patients with diabetes to have dilated eye exams once a year to detect any signs of diabetic eye disease as soon as possible. You can also minimize your risk of developing diabetic eye disease by keeping your blood sugar and blood pressure under control, eating a healthy diet and exercising regularly.

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