The Leading Eye Doctor Near Allentown & Bethlehem, PA.
Dr. Michael Brodsky and Associates provides quality eye care and eye exams in Whitehall, PA, and serves the Lehigh Valley area of Allentown, PA. We handle everything from eye exams and hard-to-fit contact lenses, to computer vision problems, specialty lenses and the management of eye disease.
Located in the LensCrafters in Lehigh Valley Mall, eye doctors Brodsky, Newcomer, and Gerges know that getting the right prescription involves balancing several factors, including clear eyesight, visual efficiency and your ability to seamlessly process visual information. We believe in looking at the big picture when it comes to your eye health, so we take the time to get to know you, your eye care history and your vision needs. We take pride in building lasting relationships with our patients from the Lehigh Valley communities of Whitehall, Bethlehem, and Allentown.
Whether or not you wear contacts lenses, and even if your vision is sharp, it’s important to schedule regular eye exams with our optometrist. So whether you need a routine eye examination, or treatment for eye disease, such as glaucoma or macular degeneration, or eye surgery, such as LASIK or cataract surgery, our Whitehall optometrists will provide you with the best eye & vision care, advice, and continuing care and follow up.
Convenient Location Serving Allentown, PA
With our conveniently located eye care office in Whitehall inside the LensCrafters in Lehigh Valley Mall, Dr. Michael Brodsky and Associates has been serving Pennsylvania's Lehigh communities for more than 25 years. We regularly see eye care patients optometrist's office because they know we provide top quality service. Schedule an appointment with one of our optometrists to see how we can help you get the best prescription for your eyes.
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Dr. Brodsky Answers Your Eyecare Questions
What are the pros and cons of extended wear (EW) contact lenses?
Extended wear contact lenses may be the right option for you if you want to wake up every day with clear vision. Most extended wear (EW) contacts are thinner than daily wear lenses and advanced soft lens material which enables EW lenses to “breathe” better than daily wear lenses, allowing more oxygen to reach the cornea. This is especially important when lenses are worn continuously for extended periods of time. Frequent replacement of EW lenses reduces the build-up of proteins and other lens deposits that cause eye inflammation and discomfort and create a hospitable environment for the growth of infection-causing microorganisms. Researchers found, however, that the incidence of eye infections was greater among people who slept while wearing contact lenses. Extended wear lenses can be a concern because bacteria and other potentially dangerous microorganisms can adhere to the lenses and get trapped between the lenses and your eyes. "Listen" to your eyes and take action, if necessary. Every day, take a good look at your eyes in a mirror. They should always: Look good Feel good See well If you experience red or irritated eyes or reduced vision that does not improve with fresh lenses or lens cleaning, remove your lenses and consult your eye doctor immediately.
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