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BOYLE EYE SPECIALISTS: ONE PLACE FOR EXCELLENCE IN EYE CARE

At Boyle Eye Specialists in Scranton we offer caring and compassionate care on an individual basis. Since we are not a huge institute with high volume and a detached attitude, We can offer a unique blend of intimacy and high quality care.

Questions about your vision? We are committed to developing a strong and open relationship with our patients. Our eye doctors will perform thorough eye exams to check your eyesight and eye health. We will explain your condition and address your concerns – patiently and completely. We keep watch on medical advances in optometry, so you will receive the most advanced treatment possible. Ranging from basic vision correction with designer eyeglasses or contact lenses to treatment for a complicated eye disease, our optometry team will satisfy your visual needs.

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We invite you to benefit from our full range of excellent eye care services at Boyle Eye Specialists, PC. Our optometrists, Dr. John Boyle and Dr. Ashley Wagner, will welcome you warmly and pay attention to your individual needs. High quality, personalized eye care is our focus. Furnished with the latest diagnostic technology and a friendly ambiance, our modern Scranton office is located conveniently to provide vision care for nearby Lackawanna County and Dunmore, PA. Visit us to see eye care in a whole new way!

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If you are looking to wear contact lenses but have always had problems with comfort or have been told you'll never be able to wear contact lenses because of an irregularly shaped cornea or other eye problem, it may be time to look into a type of contact lens known as a “scleral lens.”

Scleral contact lenses are large diameter rigid gas permeable lenses designed to pass over the cornea, resting comfortably on the white of your eye, also known as the sclera. This allows scleral lenses to replace the irregular surface of the cornea with a perfectly formed optical surface, giving you perfectly crisp vision you may not be able to accomplish with eyeglasses or other forms of vision correction.

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Q&A with Our Doctors | What is Dry Eye Syndrome?

Dry eye is a condition affecting the front surface of the eye that is caused by either a low volume of tears or because the quality of your tears is poor. Your natural tears provide moisture & nourishment to the front surface of the eye. Any change in the normal chemistry of your tears can start contributing to dry eye issues.

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Family Eye Exams

Learn about eye exams for the whole family, what’s involved in a comprehensive exam, and special considerations for kids and contacts.

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