Services We Offer

Medical

Comprehensive Eye Examination

Diabetic Eye Health Evaluations

Glaucoma Management

Macular Degeneration testing

Eye Traumas/Injuries/Ocular Emergency

Allergy Eyes

Pink Eye” and Red Eye Problems.

Headaches and eye strain

Flashes and floaters

Eyelid Lumps and Bumps

Dry Eye Disease

Lasik eye surgery co-management

Cataract surgery co-management

Vision Services

Comprehensive Eye Examination

Pediatric Eye Examination

Failed School Screenings

Computer vision exams (Digital eye exam)

Contact lenses fittings both soft and rigid gas permeable including bifocal, astigmatic, monovision and difficult to fit contact lenses.

Sunwear/Sunglasses and proper glasses for Sports

Latest and unique frames and most current lens technology including progressive addition bifocals and blue blockers

Comprehensive Eye Care

 

Maintaining healthy eyes requires regular yearly eye exams not only to maintain your vision but also to check for eye diseases. This is why the eye exam that you will receive at Bright Eyes Vision includes both a refractive (vision) exam and a thorough ocular health exam to detect high cholesterol, high blood pressure, and early signs of diabetes, glaucoma, macular degeneration, and other sight threatening diseases. Drs. Heather & Sue Miller are committed to providing the most comprehensive and advanced eye care possible using the latest treatments and state of the art technology. Our practice is fully dedicated to improving your vision and caring for your eyes.

Pediatric Eye Care

Here at Bright Eyes, we know that good vision affects a child’s learning and social functioning. Evaluating focusing ability, eye tracking and eye alignment is critical to ensure that your child is not having issues that may affect school performance and social interactions. School vision screening or even the vision tests in your pediatrician office are insufficient to find many potential vision problems affecting children’s eyes, which go beyond merely seeing 20/20. Make certain your child is not being disadvantaged because of vision issues. Bright Eyes is here to give your children the proper and dedicated eye care they need.

Getting your yearly eye exam is not just for adults. Young children may not realize how their eyes function is normal or they cannot verbalize that there is a problem. Children need to get regular eye exams as well. Most people think that just because a child can see the eye chart at a vision screening at the nurse’s office or the pediatrician’s office, that means that they have perfect vision. Evaluation focusing ability, eye tracking and eye alignment is critical to ensure that your child is not having issues that may affect school performance and social interactions. If your child is missing even one of these skills reading and learning could become difficult. The Affordable Care Act that was passed by President Obama, mandated that insurance companies pay for an eye examination for children. If you have any questions whether or not your insurance covers an examination, please call our office at 267-485-1414 and we would be glad to let you know.

Your child does not need to be able to read in order to have an eye exam. Here at Bright Eyes Vision, there is a variety of different ways to check your child’s vision that are used, depending on the age of the child. If you notice that one eye turns in or out or that your baby doesn’t seem to respond to visual activity, schedule and exam immediately. Otherwise you should schedule your baby’s first eye exam at 6 months of age. The next eye exam should be at 3 years and then again before entering school. School age children should have an eye exam every year because vision is the most important sense that we use to bring in information. Even if  your child seems to be able to see OK, and doesn’t complain-you still need to schedule and eye exam. While only 4 out of 100 children have amblyopia (also known as lazy eye) the only way to be sure it is caught early is with a thorough eye exam. Early detection of lazy eye will prevent permanent vision loss. Half of the children with lazy eye in this country go undetected because they have never had a complete eye exam. Make certain your child is not being disadvantaged because of vision issues. Bright Eyes Vision services children in Hartsville Pa, Warminster Pa, Warrington Pa and the surrounding areas of Furlong, Jamison, Ivyland, and Buckingham of Bucks County. Bright Eyes Vision is here to give your children the proper and dedicated eye care they need.


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Hartsville Professional Village

1230 Old York Road, Suite 102

Hartsville, PA 18974

Office Phone: 267-485-1414

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Monday: 9:00am – 4:00pm
Tuesday: 1:00pm – 8:00pm
Wednesday: 9:30am – 3:30pm
Thursday: 1:00pm – 7:00pm
Friday: by appointment only
Saturday: by special appointment only

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You have heard the expression that your eyes are the windows to your soul, but did you know that your eye doctor can also save your life? A survey by the American Optometric Association (AOA) found that 85 percent of people valued their sight as their most prized sense, but less than half of that group had had an eye exam in the past two or three years. People tend not to think about preventive care; however, many diseases affect the eye in such a way that you can see 20/20 until suddenly, one day you can’t. Some retinal problems may not be noticeable until late. Also, patients often don’t realize that there’s a connection between illnesses in the body and eye issues. Hypertension and diabetes are just a couple of diseases that can all be detected by looking in the back of the eye during a dilated eye exam. It is important that you seek treatment from experienced and well-trained eye doctors as Dr. Heather Miller or Dr. Sue Miller.  Comprehensive eye examination can help prevent or slow the permanent loss of vision. Cataracts, Glaucoma, or Macular Degeneration can be slowed or treated through regular eye exams. Bright Eyes Vision serves not only Hartsville, Warminster, but also the surrounding areas of Bucks County as Warwick Township, Warrington, Jamison, Buckingham, Furlong, Northampton and Southampton Townships.  Our optometrists have the tools to diagnose potential health concerns and treat the underlying cause so that your eyes and your body are as healthy as possible.

Here at Bright Eyes Vision we use some of the most advanced digital and screening technology in the country. Our office takes a personal approach to your eye health.  You will be asked questions about your systemic health and we do want to know about all your current medications, both those prescribed by your primary care doctor and over-the counter medications.  Many people don’t realize how many medication can have ocular side effects. Your comprehensive eye exam you will have your blood pressure checked along checking your vision and performing a refraction (the test used to determine the appropriate prescription for glasses or contacts). Glaucoma testing, eye alignment and focusing system evaluation as well as the general health of your eyes both exterior and interior.  We will look for such conditions as dry eyes, cataracts, macular degeneration, digital eye syndrome.  In most cases, your pupils will be dilated.   If a medical condition is discovered or suspected other tests may be done that day or scheduled for a separate day to address any issue. Recommendations will be made to maintain your vision and ocular health, so that any potential problems can be dealt with in a timely manner as to prevent possible loss of vision or life.

Keep your eyes as health as possibly by getting regular exams and working with the team of highly trained and experienced optometrists here at Bright Eye Vision.  We work with your primary care doctor, endocrinologist, pediatrician and other doctors to maintain your systemic health as well. Let us evaluate your eyes.  Contact us today to set up an appointment or for more details of our services.

Getting your yearly eye exam is not just for adults. Young children may not realize how their eyes function is normal or they cannot verbalize that their is a problem. Children need to get regular eye exams as well. Most people think that just because a child can see the eye chart at a vision screening at the nurse’s office or the pediatrician’s office, that that means that they have perfect vision. Actually, there are over 15 visual skills critical to reading and learning in addition to being able to see clearly. If your child is missing even one of these skills reading and learning could become difficult. The Affordable Care Act that was passed by President Obama, mandated that insurance companies pay for an eye examination for children.  If you have any questions whether or not your insurance covers an examination, please call our office at 267-485-1414 and we would be glad to let you know.
Your child does not need to be able to read in order to have an eye exam. Here at Bright Eyes Vision, there are a variety of different ways to check your child’s vision that are used, depending on the age of the child. At birth, your baby’s eyes should be examined for signs of congenital (problems at birth) eye problems. These are rare, but early diagnosis and treatment are important to your child’s development.

If you notice that one eye turns in or out or that your baby doesn’t seem to respond to visual activity, schedule an exam immediately. Otherwise you should schedule your baby’s first eye exam at 6 months of age.

Unless old otherwise, the next eye exam should be at 3 years and then again before entering school. School age children should have an eye exam every year because vision is the most important sense that we use to bring in information.

Even if your child seems to be able to see OK, and doesn’t complain-you still need to schedule an eye exam. While only 4 out of 100 children have amblyopia (also known as lazy eye) the only way to be sure it is caught early is with a thorough eye exam. Early detection of lazy eye will prevent permanent vision loss. Half of the children with lazy eye in this country go undetected because they have never had a complete eye exam. Bright Eyes Vision services children in Hartsville, Warminster, Warrington and the surrounding areas of Furlong, Jamison, Ivyland, Buckingham of Bucks County.

 

 

Keep your eyes as healthy as possible by getting regular exams and working with the team of highly trained and experienced opeometrists here at Bright Eyes Vision. We work with your primary care doctor, endocrinologist, pediatrician and other doctors to maintain your systemic health as well. Let us evaluate your eyes. Contact us today to set up an appointment or for more details of our services.