Eye Care

Bedminster Eye & Laser is Now Offering EyecareLive!

Telemedicine has arrived at Bedminster Eye & Laser Center The recent COVID-19 pandemic has “opened our eyes” to the fact that seeing us in the office is not always possible.  Now you can have a virtual visit with our doctors using the EyecareLive app. Bedminster Eye has always been committed Read More…

Updated Office Procedures in Light of COVID-19

“We’re all in this together and we can only stop it together. This is the time for facts, not fear. This is the time for science, not rumors. This is the time for solidarity, not stigma. Now everyone, everywhere must use this short window of opportunity to intensify and maximize all Read More…

Basketball a leading cause of sports-related eye injuries

A study published in JAMA Ophthalmology has found that about 30,000 people in the US go to emergency departments each year with sports-related eye injuries, a substantially higher estimate than previously reported. Three sports accounted for almost half of all injuries: basketball, baseball and air/paintball guns. Seizing upon recent modifications to the Read More…

Dr. Najarian Good Scouting Award

Dr. Najarian Receives Good Scout Award

Lawrence V. Najarian, MD, founder of Bedminster Eye and Laser Center, was honored by the Boy Scouts of America with the Good Scout Award. Dr. Najarian and several other community leaders were recognized in October at the  2018 Watchung Hills Good Scout Awards Dinner. Dr. Najarian is a lifelong Boy Scout, having Read More…

Back-to-School Eye Exams

It may feel like the middle of summer, but the new school year is right around the corner. Many college students will be returning to campus in mid-August, and school is back in session before Labor Day in some areas. It’s time to schedule back-to-school contact lens checks and eye Read More…

Taking Care of Your Contact Lenses

While contact lenses are safely used by millions of people every day, they do carry a risk of eye infection. Factors contributing to infection can include: Use of extended-wear lenses; Reduced tear exchange under the lens; Environmental factors; Poor hygiene. The single best way to avoid eye infections is to Read More…

It’s Sunglass Season: Go Polarized

These sunglasses can be used for driving and, in fact, can reduce glare from a long, flat surface such as the hood of the car or the road’s surface.Polarized sunglasses have been popular for years with boaters and fishermen who need to reduce reflected glare from the water surrounding them. Read More…

8 Ways to Keep Your Eyes Healthy

May is Healthy Vision Month. Did you know that most vision problems are preventable? It’s true, and Bedminster Eye & Laser Center has some great tips to help you keep your eyes healthy and safe. Check them out – and set yourself up for a lifetime of seeing well.   Get Read More…

Excessive Smartphone Usage Equals Dry Eye in Children

Researchers have reported that children who viewed smartphone screens more than their peers were more likely to develop Dry Eye Disease (DED), a disorder more commonly observed in older people. DED causes discomfort such as burning and stinging, makes contact lens wear difficult or intolerable, and can lead to other Read More…

The Dangers of Blue Light

Did you know there is dangerous light emission all around us – and we don’t mean UV light from the sun. New research is revealing the dangers of blue light, a high-energy wavelength of light emitted by smartphones, tablets, laptops, LCD flat panel monitors and energy efficient light sources. The majority Read More…

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