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Moran Eye Associates, P.C.

Moran Eye Associates has been providing superior eye care for the Lehigh Valley for over 30 years. Our goal at Moran Eye Associates, P.C. is to help every member of your family to achieve their best possible vision. Call us for all of your eye care needs including LASIK, Cataracts, Diabetic Eye Care, Glaucoma, Contacts, and Comprehensive Exams.

What our patients are saying……

     
Moran Eye Associates, P.C. is rated 4.9 out of 5 based on approximately 525 reviews from around the Web.
2020-09-18
     
I have been a patient of Dr Moran’s for 20 years. I have always been treated well.
Andrea Wenrich
2020-09-17
     
As always excellent care. Would recommend you.
Sharon Toth
2020-09-17
     
It was very good.
Barbara Hitcho
2020-09-17
     
Very competent doctor and staff
Gloria Gallagher
2020-09-17
     
Down to earth,listens and answers your questions,he the man!
Dean weber
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LASIK Surgery

LASIK is a surgical procedure to correct myopia (nearsightedness), hyperopia (farsightedness), and astigmatism. LASIK was approved by the FDA in 1999 and Dr. Moran has been performing it since that time. And before they he performed PRK a similar procedure. And before that he performed RK. Dr. Moran has been performing refractive surgery since 1993.

LASER Floater Treatment

Our state-of-the-art Ultra Q Reflex™ is the only YAG laser designed to perform both anterior and posterior YAG treatments – and is ideally suited for the treatment of vitreous strands and opacities. It allows Dr. Moran to target floaters.  This laser has unique settings that offer the right amount of energy to safely eliminate floaters.

Dry Eye Therapy

Dry eyes affect almost one-tenth of the entire population of the United States. Interestingly, over three-quarters of those who suffer are women. Dry eye, or keratitis sicca, is a syndrome where your body does not produce enough tears, or it produces poor quality tears.  Above all, dry eye means discomfort.

Glaucoma Detection and Treatment

Vision loss can occur with glaucoma due to the increased pressure in the eye. The increased pressure can damage the optic nerve, which is the pathway that sends images from the eye to the brain.  Once damaged, the optic nerve cannot be repaired, so early detection and proper treatment are your best defense against this glaucoma.

Dr. Moran

Ophthalmologist

Beth

Front Staff / Billing

Bobbi

Certified Ophthalmic Assistant

Cindy

Certified Ophthalmic Assistant

Mandy

Certified Ophthalmic Assistant