Dr. Shah & Dr. Frohn Optometry
Services

We are a one-stop, full-service optometric practice. We provide comprehensive eye examinations, contact lens services, disease detection, consultation for cataract surgery, and frame styling to compliment your your lifestyle and fashion sensibilities.

Our discerning patients value and appreciate our commitment to quality: Quality services. Quality eyewear. Quality care. Quality follow-up services. And most of all: Quality patients.


COMPREHENSIVE EXAMINATIONS:

Our comprehensive vision exam goes far beyond 20/20 vision to evaluate many important visual skills, as well as to rule out eye diseases and vision anomalies.

Our unhurried, precision- and health-oriented examinations are performed by caring, conscientious doctors who take the time and go the extra mile to provide you with invaluable patient education that can PREVENT eye problems before they happen.

Both Dr. Kunal T. Shah and Dr. Robert B. Frohn are board-certified and proficient in the prevention, diagnosis, treatment or referral, and management of ocular problems including:
 

  • Asthenopia (Eye fatigue, eye strain, red eyes, fatigue, pain in or around the eyes, blurred vision, headache, irritated eyes or occasional double vision)
     
  • Computer Vision Syndrome (Symptoms that arise from computer work)
     
  • Near-sightedness (Myopia: clearer at near, blurrier at far)
     
  • Far-sightedness (Hyperopia: blurrier at near; clearer at far )
     
  • Astigmatism (Blurred vision from irregular shape of the cornea or crystalline lens)
     
  • Presbyopia ("After 40" - "my-arms-are-getting-too- short" vision; blurriness when reading or doing nearpoint activities)
     
  • Dry Eye Syndrome
     
  • Floaters and Spots
     
  • Cataracts
     
  • Glaucoma
     
  • Diabetic Retinopathy
     
  • Macular Degeneration
     
  • Retinal Detachment
     
  • Eye Injuries and Infections

 

CONTACT LENSES:

We provide the full scope of contact lens needs and specialties, including astigmatism and bifocal fits. Click on our contact lens link for more information.

Until now, there were only two choices in contact lenses: hard or rigid gas permeable lenses were best for crisp, clear vision, but were often irritating and uncomfortable. Soft lenses were the most comfortable, but often provided less-than-optimal vision. Now, a technological breakthrough makes having to choose a thing of the past.

SynergEyes hybrid contact lenses combine the best of both worlds. The rigid center keeps eyes healthy while providing crisp, clear vision, even at night. The outer skirt gives you the all-day comfort of a soft lens.

No matter what type of vision correction you currently use, there's a good chance you're compromising on either clarity or comfort. With SynergEyes there are no compromises.

Whether you have astigmatism, correction for distance or reading, SynergEyes will provide you with comfortable and crisp vision all day long.

 

 

Ask Dr. Shah about your contact lens needs at your next eye exam appointment.

 

LOW VISION:

Low vision is a visual impairment that is not correctable through regular glasses, contact lenses, medicine, or surgery.

The real frustration is the way this visual impairment can impair an individual's ability to complete everyday tasks, follow daily routines, and experience simple pleasures the rest of us take for granted. Millions of Americans lose some of their vision every year from various eye diseases including: diabetic retinopathy, glaucoma, macular degeneration, and retinitis pigmentosa. Irreversible vision loss is most common over people over age 65.

As eye care professionals, we are trained to tell the difference between normal changes in the aging eye and those caused by eye diseases. If you or someone you know suffers from uncorrectable vision changes, we can help. Dr. Kunal T. Shah provides low vision evaluations for the partially sighted. Our broad range of services, as well as devices--including magnifiers, closed circuit TVs, and telescopes--help the partially sighted maintain a good quality of life by restoring visual independence. Care may begin with an eye exam and a low vision evaluation. After the diagnosis, treatment may include a prescription for devices like those mentioned above, a program of vision rehabilitation, training on how to use the devices, as well as new ways to complete everyday tasks.

 

PEDIATRIC OPTOMETRY:

If your child is not working up to potential in school, there is a strong possibility that a vision problem might be present.

According to experts, almost 50% of children with learning difficulties have some form of vision disorder, including problems with focusing, eye teaming, eye movements, and visual processing. If your child is not working up to potential in school, there is a strong possibility that a vision problem might be present. According to experts, almost 50% of children with learning difficulties have some form of vision disorder, including problems with focusing, eye teaming, eye movements, and visual processing.

Schedule an appointment for your child with Dr. Kunal T. Shah for a full pediatric vision exam.

 

 

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