Shore Family Eyecare: A Caring Family Practice
Leading Eye Doctor in Manasquan and Lakewood, NJ
Our practice has been developed to provide a unique and highly specific type of eye care to the community. Among the services we offer are, Low Vision and Vision Rehabilitation Services, Pediatric Examinations and Vision Therapy. Shore Family Eyecare now offers MaxiVision Eye Vitamins.
Optometric Physicians, Drs. Maria and Harvey Richman are happy to fulfill all of your eye care needs. Comprehensive eye exams are available through the office six days per week. Our eye doctors have taken a progressive approach to healthcare by integrating electronic health records and electronic medicine prescribing in their practice.
Why Choose Shore Family Eyecare for Your Eye Exam
Or Low Vision Rehabilitation?
Personal care: Unlike many retail chains, department stores and large medical groups the doctors at Shore Family Eyecare have been with the company since the inception. We are truly a family business – the same people who answer the phones, provide your eye exam, help you learn how to put in your contacts, teach you how to use a magnifier or provide vision therapy for your child. When you call, you know us, and we know you.
Exceptional eye exams: If you are looking for a quality eye exam that offers comprehensive evaluation of your ocular health and outstanding visual outcomes, Shore Family Eyecare offers the expertise of different training to meet the demands of your visual needs. Some people have visual complaints that require extensive examination of the eyes, while others have eyes that work fine but are struggling academically, and there are others that have their eye health managed by other doctors and need special attention paid to the optical options of low vision. Wouldn’t it be nice to pick the type of exam that you receive provided by a doctor that is board certified on the problem you are having? Dr. Amanda Miskewicz-Zastrow is residency trained in ocular disease and has become the office’s glaucoma specialist. Dr. Maria Richman is a past chair of the American Optometric Association’s Vision Rehabilitation Section and limits her practice to seeing only visually impaired children and adults. Dr. Harvey Richman is board certified in Pediatric and Vision Developmental eye care services.
No wait: Many practices will double book patients or put time limits on the exam to less than 10 minutes. At Shore Family Eyecare, we stagger our exams and give up to an hour for each patient visit to ensure your doctor has time to give you an optimal prescription for you and thoroughly evaluate your ocular health. Last year our average wait time to see the doctor was less than 5 minutes. We are here for you, not the other way around.
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Serving residents of Mansaquan, Brick, Lakewood and Wall Township, NJ.
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Q&A with Dr. Richman
Dr. Richman Answers Your Eye Care Questions
From what age should a parent be bringing in their children for an eye exam? Why is it important to bring a child in from such a young age?
The American Optometric Association recommends the first eye exam be given by an eye doctor between the ages of 6 to 12 months.
As vision is one of the leading factors in normal development, any issues limiting this process could have lifelong detriment.