Seeing Your Eye Doctor for Cosmetic Procedures – Why It Matters

You may be surprised to learn that many eye doctors offer aesthetic treatments like eye lifts, Botox and microneedling in addition to providing comprehensive eye care. If you are interested in aesthetic services there are reasons to consider having these cosmetic procedures done by an ophthalmologist. Below are reasons why you should book your next cosmetic treatment with Dr. Mark at Beyer Eye Associates.

Dr. Mark Beyer has specialized knowledge of the intricate muscles, nerves, and structures around the eyes. This specialized expertise allows him to expertly inject neuromodulators like Botox into delicate areas around the eyes and eyelids.

Dr. Mark Beyer is versed in eye related issues like dry eye, eyestrain, drooping eyelids, and wrinkles. He is familiar with concerns that may come up due to aging around the
eyes and the cosmetic treatments that could help achieve the desired cosmetic results.

Our valued patients trust our doctors for their comprehensive eye care and extending that trust for cosmetic enhancements provide the desired aesthetic results in a single convenient location.

We hope you consider Beyer Eye associates for your next Botox or microneedling treatment for your future cosmetic needs.

Visit to learn more or reach us by calling the Beyer Eye Associates location nearest you:


MERCERVILLE, NJ—609-586-0273

MILLSTONE, NJ—609-259-2221

NEWTOWN, PA—215-550-6136

Tips for Maintaining Healthy Eyes and Avoiding Cataracts

Cataracts are a common eye condition that often develops with age, causing clouding of the eye’s natural lens and leading to impaired vision. While age is a significant factor, there are lifestyle choices and habits that can contribute to cataract formation. Here are some tips to help you maintain healthy eyes and reduce the risk of developing cataracts.

Protect Your Eyes from UV Rays:

Prolonged exposure to ultraviolet (UV) rays can accelerate cataract development. Always wear sunglasses that block 100% of UVA and UVB rays when you’re outdoors. This simple step can go a long way in protecting your eyes from harmful radiation.

Maintain a Balanced Diet:

A diet rich in antioxidants, vitamins, and minerals can support eye health. Include foods like leafy greens, colorful fruits, and vegetables that are high in vitamins A, C, and E. These nutrients play a crucial role in preventing oxidative stress, which can contribute to cataracts.

Quit Smoking:

Smoking is a major risk factor for cataracts. The harmful substances in tobacco smoke can accelerate the progression of cataracts and contribute to other eye problems. Quitting smoking can significantly improve your overall eye health.

Manage Chronic Conditions:

Conditions like diabetes and hypertension can increase the risk of cataracts. Manage these conditions through regular check-ups, medication, and lifestyle modifications to minimize their impact on your eye health.

Limit Alcohol Consumption:

Excessive alcohol consumption has been linked to an increased risk of cataracts. Moderation is key, so limit your alcohol intake to reduce the potential negative effects on your eyes.

Regular Eye Check-ups:

Routine eye examinations can help detect early signs of cataracts or other eye conditions. Schedule regular check-ups with an eye care professional to ensure that any issues are addressed promptly.


Taking proactive steps to care for your eyes can significantly reduce the risk of developing cataracts. Incorporate these tips into your lifestyle to promote overall eye health and maintain clear vision as you age. Remember, simple changes in habits today can have a positive impact on your vision for years to come.


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A New Way to Tear Dry Eye

Dry Eye is a common disease that affects millions of Americans every year. It happens when your eyes don’t make enough healthy tears to stay lubricated. This can make you feel uncomfortable and can lead to vision problems.

Symptoms to look out for include a dry, gritty or burning sensation in the eyes, redness, watery or teary eyes and mucus that make the eyes feel “glued shut” after sleeping. Many people also report the feeling of something in the eye or eyestrain/eye fatigue. Itching and light sensitivity may also occur and it is common that symptoms are worse later in the day.

Aging is the highest factor for dry eyes. As people age, the production of tears decreases. Although it occurs in women and men, post-menopausal women are affected the most.

Other causes of dry eye can include:

  • Certain illnesses and medications
  • Hormonal changes in women after menopause and during pregnancy
  • Poor blinking habits while looking at screens for long periods of time
  • Dry indoor environments
  • Wearing contact lenses

At Beyer Eye Associates can diagnose Dry Eye and evaluate other potential health issues such as autoimmune diseases Ie Sjogrens Disease.

Dry eye is a chronic and progressive disease if left untreated. Treatment of Dry Eye is directed at wetting the eye, reducing inflammation, improving the work and home environments, and evaluating overall health, medications, and diet. In the past, this was limited to artificial tears or ointments, but not anymore!

Tyrvaya is the first and only FDA-approved prescription nasal spray for Dry Eye. Tyrvaya harnesses the body’s natural tear film to treat Dry Eye. There is no substitute for your own natural tears. With just one spray per nostril, twice per day, Tyrvaya activates tear film production from within, helping your body to create more natural tears. The most common side effects of Tyrvaya include sneezing, cough, and throat and nose irritation.

Using the spray is easy. Simply remove the protective cap and clip, tilt your head back slightly, and keeping the bottle upright, carefully insert the nasal applicator into the nostril. Do not spray directly onto the middle wall of your nose or nasal septum. Breathe in gently while pressing down firmly on the pump to deliver one spray. Repeat in the other nostril. To receive the most benefits from the treatment, it is recommended to use the spray regularly and at the same time each day.

If you are suffering from Dry Eye contact us today. After an evaluation and diagnosis, our doctors can prescribe Tyrvaya and create a personalized treatment plan. Visit to learn more or reach us by calling the Beyer Eye Associates location nearest you:

MERCERVILLE, NJ—609-586-0273

MILLSTONE, NJ—609-259-2221

NEWTOWN, PA—215-550-6136

SkinPen® Precision Microneedling

Beyer Eye Associates is now offering Microneedling with Skin Pen.  As the very first FDA-cleared microneedling device, SkinPen is individually customized to rejuvenate from the inside out for younger looking skin.

SkinPen® Precision Microneedling

Three steps in as little as thirty minutes targets facial acne scars and neck wrinkles, for smoother, more radiant, younger-looking skin

  •  SkinPen is the first FDA-approved microneedling treatment proven to improve the appearance of acne scars and wrinkles on the neck.
  • SkinPen is a quick-and-easy treatment with little to no downtime. In as simple as a 30-minute microneedling treatment.

Why Choose SkinPen for Microneedling?

✓ Clinically tested and proven.

✓ Backed by an unparalleled commitment to safety and efficacy.

✓ Performed by leading dermatologists and estheticians.

✓ Convenient, requiring little to no downtime.

✓ Simple, with results in just one to three 30-minute sessions.

✓ Designed to work without chemicals, heat, or stress.

✓ Engineered and made in the USA.

How SkinPen Visibly Transforms Skin

SkinPen creates micro-channels (microscopic holes) at a rate of 1600 per second. These wounds stimulate your skin, kicking its healing process into high gear. Best of all, SkinPen doesn’t rely on heat or chemicals, so the results are natural and safe for all skin tones and types

The SkinPen treatment works in three simple steps, designed to activate the skin’s natural healing process. Following each session, the skin begins to heal itself, looking more renewed and rejuvenated over time.


SkinPen’s microneedles penetrate the skin’s surface, triggering a natural immune response to disinfect, remove debris, increase blood flow, and activate the creation of new tissue.


The micro-channels or tiny holes created by SkinPen are rebuilt with new granulation cells that include collagen proteins. Additionally, a new network of blood vessels develops.


New dermal tissues form, rich in collagen and elastin proteins. These proteins improve skin quality, visibly reducing facial acne scars and neck wrinkles, leaving skin more smooth, radiant, and younger-looking.

For more information contact our office and schedule a consultation today. pictures

August Is National Eye Exam Month

This August, observe National Eye Exam Month by learning about ways to keep your vision clear and healthy. As we age, getting a baseline eye exam can detect early signs of disease or damage to your eyes. Ophthalmologists recommend periodic eye exams every 2-4 years from the ages of 40 to 65, and every 1-2 years after the age of 65. While most symptoms are often disregarded, getting a simple checkup and following a doctor’s orders can greatly lower risks of more severe and future damage, and you can continue to enjoy healthy vision.



  1. Take the exam

There is no reason to put off something this important. An eye exam usually takes about 20-30 minutes. See your doctor and make sure everything’s ok.

  1. Encourage others to do the same

So many of us take the laissez-faire approach to something like sight by simply adopting the “if ain’t broke…” philosophy. Urge your loved ones to brave the doctor’s office and ensure their healthy vision.

  1. Make sure you have the right prescription

Your eyes change over time. Adjusting your prescription may be necessary to reduce eyestrain, optimize performance, and make your vision as clear as can be.


  1. Millions of us need help

It’s estimated that around 12.2 million Americans need vision correction.

  1. Don’t forget about your kids

Somewhere around half of all children under the age of 12 have never had their eyes checked.

  1. The eyes have it

While it takes some time for most parts of your body to warm up to their full potential, your eyes operate at 100% at all times.

  1. Eyes require enormous cerebral power

Seeing is such a big part of everyday life that it requires about half of the brain to get involved.

  1. Eyes can be fixed

Most vision problems worldwide are avoidable or curable.


  1. Good vision improves work performance

It’s tough to focus at work if you’re having vision problems, which may contribute to reading and concentration issues. Getting your vision corrected would help — and make you much more efficient and successful at the office.

  1. Eye exams can help reveal other issues

Eye exams can reveal much more than simply the health of your eyes — such as issues with diabetes, glaucoma, high cholesterol, and high blood pressure.

  1. Eye exams offer a preemptive strike.

Many diseases that affect the eye often do not have warning symptoms, but can have severe effects on vision and eye health later on. Eye conditions can often be easily managed when caught early.



Cataract Replacement Lens Introducing the PanOptix Lens Beyer Eye Associates

Have you noticed that as you get older, the dinner conversation with friends has transitioned?

In our 20’s we seemed to enjoy conversing about being single and where to have fun.  That became meeting ‘your person’ and comparing notes. Then came the wedding planning and honeymoon subject. Moving on down the road, the focus was on family planning and then we all had lots to say about our children as they all grew up together. Baby milestones through the college years, we all had common interests which reflected in our get togethers.

It seems for those 50 and over, the shift came to health issues and healthy lifestyles. We compare symptoms and body changes and things that go ouch in the night.

The big buzz word lately is cataracts…who has them and what they did about them. In short, cataracts are the clouding of the lens of your eye, which is normally clear. You are in good company, approximately 21 million American adults have cataracts. When a cataract clouds over the lens, your eye can’t focus light in the same way. This leads to blurry vision, see faded colors, sensitivity to light, poor vision at night, and even double vision. The change depends on the location and size of your cataract.

Most cataracts develop slowly over time. The longer you have them the worse they get.

Risk factors are typically:

  • Smoking cigarettes.
  • Diabetes
  • Increasing Age
  • Use alcohol heavily.
  • Family history of cataracts
  • Take Steroids

More than 50% of people aged 80 and older have had cataracts. Most patients are 68 years of age when they are diagnosed with cataracts — they happen because of normal changes in your eyes as you get older. You can also get cataracts after an eye injury, or after surgery for another eye problem (like glaucoma).

Cataracts are diagnosed during a comprehensive eye examination. If cataracts are present, then you and your doctor can discuss your treatment options. If you are still functioning well and activities are not limited by the quality of your vision, a decision may be made to wait before removing the cataract.

If surgery is recommended, know that Cataract surgery is one of the most commonly performed ocular surgeries in the world and has transformed the lives of countless patients. When your cataract is removed, a new lens is placed inside of your eye. A wonderful new option to use during cataract surgery has recently been introduced, PanOptix Lens.

A PanOptix Lens is an implanted cataract replacement lens. It is the first and only trifocal lens in the United States. Currently used by over 125 million people, they give you enhanced vision for clear, complete focus. This will help you resume a normal, active life. Intraocular lenses or IOLs, can affect the quality and range of vision you’ll have after cataract surgery.  So, you are not only losing your cataract, but you are also gaining better vision at the same time.

So, if you need cataract surgery and suffer from presbyopia aka age related blurry near vision, ask one of our amazing doctors about the option of PanOptix for you.

FDA Approval of Eye Drops for Presbyopia

Presbyopia is the normal gradual loss of near focusing ability that occurs with age. Most people begin to notice the effects of presbyopia sometime after age 40 when they start having trouble seeing small print clearly — including text messages on their phone. It is an annoying part of aging and continues to worsen until around age 65.

If you notice you have begun holding books and newspapers at arm’s length to be able to read them, it may be a sign. You may realize these symptoms are worse if you are tired or are in an area with dim lighting.

You are in good company; Researchers estimate that nearly 2 billion people worldwide have presbyopia. It is a leading cause of vision impairment that reduces people’s quality of life and productivity, especially in areas where vision care is not as accessible. It impacts the lives of about 85% of people 40 years or older, and it can get worse with time.

The cause is a gradual thickening and loss of flexibility of the natural lens inside your eye. These age-related changes occur within the proteins in the lens, making the lens harder and less elastic over time. Additionally, changes also take place in the muscle fibers surrounding the lens. With less elasticity, it gets difficult for the eyes to focus on close objects.

With all that being said, do you want to chalk this up to one of those things that happen as you get older, or would you like to learn about a new eye drop to treat the condition?

The FDA has just approved the first and only Eye Drop for Presbyopia. Vuity (pilocarpine) was approved October 2021. Pilocarpine, which is a medication categorized as anticholinergic, is available in a strength of 1.25%, and it comes in a 5 mL bottle. It is available with a prescription after seeing an eye doctor and is not available over the counter (OTC).

According to the manufacturer, Vuity works by making your pupils temporarily smaller, so they can better focus on objects that are close to you. After Vuity is dispensed into the eyes, it usually begins to work within 15 minutes. It can continue working for up to 6 hours. It may take about a month for the medication to work at its best. Only one drop per day into each eye is all it takes!

The studies found that Vuity significantly improved short-range vision compared to the placebo after 30 days of use. These effects were studied in low light conditions, or conditions that are about halfway between daylight brightness and darkness found at nighttime.

Interested in more information or for routine eye care? Call any of the 3 convenient locations and visit to speak to their EXPERT staff to determine your family’s optical needs.

The Best Just Got Better

Beyer Eye Associates is honored to be awarded Top Eye Care by the Trentonian Readers’ Choice six years in a row. We would like to thank our patients and staff for their commitment and dedication.

Our philosophy has always been that one of life’s most precious gifts is your vision. We continue to promise to provide our patients with the highest level of eye care services, creating unchallenged loyalty, satisfaction, and patient retention. We emphasize integrity, commitment, and performance excellence in a friendly environment, establishing our reputation as a premiere health care destination.

We have three convenient locations: Mercerville, Millstone, and Newtown Pennsylvania. Our expanding services include comprehensive eye care, glasses, contact lenses, treatment of eye diseases and disorders, as well as cataract and eyelid lift surgery.

We offer the latest technology in ophthalmic testing used for cataracts, glaucoma, macular degeneration, diabetic eye exams and dry eye.  A small part of our patient services include:

  • Drop-less eye exams with our non-dilating digital retinal camera (Optos) which allows the doctors to view more than 85% of your retina for routine visits.
  • A myopic control program for halting near sightedness progression with the use of custom designed glasses and contacts are available.
  • Cataract patients receive advanced technology lens implants for the treatment of astigmatism and extended depth of focus, giving patients back their youthful vision.
  • We are one of the few offices that are using electroretinography to detect subnormal function of the retina and optic nerve.


Dr William R Beyer Jr. has been in practice for over 40 years in Mercer County.  In January of 2014, with the proud addition of his two sons, Mark, and Eric, we became Beyer Eye Associates. We use state-of-the-art electronic medical records system which allows office visit summaries, prescriptions, and referrals readily available to the patient at the time of the visit.

We welcome Dr. Peter Perno to our family, our third comprehensive optometrist.  He will be providing primary eyecare, contact lens fitting for corneal disorders and progression of myopia using corneal reshaping. He brings with him his exceptional educational background and experience. He received his undergraduate degree from Purdue University. In 2016 he graduated from the Pennsylvania College of Optometry with clinical honors for pediatric and ocular disease rotations. He also completed additional training at the New England College of Optometry and residency with Providence Veterans Affairs Medical Center.

Thank you for acknowledging our practice as Top Eye Care as we continue to strive and do better for our patients and the community we serve.

Call any of our 3 convenient locations to speak to our expert staff to determine your family’s eye care needs.


Mercerville NJ

395 Highway 33
Mercerville NJ 08619


Millstone NJ

498 Monmouth Rd
Millstone NJ 08510


Newtown PA

11 Friends Lane, Suite 101
Newtown PA 18940


July is Healthy Vision Month By Beyer Eye Associates

Keep Your Eyes Healthy

There’s a lot you can do to keep your eyes healthy and protect your vision.

Get a comprehensive eye exam

Getting an eye exam is simple and painless — and it’s the single best thing you can do for your eye health!

Even if your eyes feel healthy, you could have a problem and not know it. That’s because many eye diseases don’t have any symptoms or warning signs.

An eye exam is the only way to check for many eye diseases early on, when they’re easier to treat.

Find out if you’re at risk for eye diseases

Getting older increases your risk of some eye diseases. You might also have a higher risk of some eye diseases if you:

  • Are overweight or obese
  • Have a family history of eye disease
  • Are African American, Hispanic, or Native American

Other health conditions, like diabetes or high blood pressure, can also increase your risk of some eye diseases. For example, people with diabetes are at risk for diabetic retinopathy — an eye condition that can cause vision loss and blindness.

If you’re worried you might be at risk for some eye diseases, talk to your doctor. You may be able to take steps to lower your risk.

Know your family’s health history. Talk with your family members to find out if they’ve had any eye problems. Some eye diseases and conditions run in families, like age-related macular degeneration or glaucoma. Be sure to tell your eye doctor if any eye diseases run in your family.

Take care of your health

Protecting your overall health can go a long way toward keeping your eyes healthy! It’s important to make healthy choices and take good care of yourself.

Keep in mind that healthy habits like eating well and being active can lower your risk for diseases and conditions that can lead to eye or vision problems, like diabetes or high blood pressure. Follow these tips for healthy vision:

Eat healthy foodsBe sure to have plenty of dark, leafy greens like spinach, kale, and collard greens. Eating fish that are high in omega-3 fatty acids — like salmon, tuna, and halibut — is good for your eyes, too.

Get active. Being physically active helps you stay healthy. It can also lower your risk of health conditions that can cause eye health or vision problems — like diabetes, high blood pressure, and high cholesterol.

Quit smokingSmoking isn’t just bad for your lungs — it can hurt your eyes, too! Smoking increases your risk of diseases like macular degeneration and cataracts — and it can harm the optic nerve. If you’re ready to quit, call 1-800-QUIT-NOW (1-800-784-8669) for free support. You can also check out the resources on

Protect your eyes

Every day, you can take simple steps to keep your eyes healthy. Use these tips to protect your eyes from things that can harm them:

Wear sunglassesProtect your eyes from the sun by wearing sunglasses — even on cloudy days! Be sure to look for sunglasses that block 99 to 100 percent of both UVA and UVB radiation

Wear protective eyewearSafety glasses and goggles are designed to protect your eyes during certain activities, like playing sports, doing construction work, or doing home repairs. You can buy them from most eye care providers and some sporting goods stores. Get tips to protect your kids’ eyes when they play sports

Give your eyes a restLooking at a computer for a long time can tire out your eyes. Rest your eyes by taking a break every 20 minutes to look at something about 20 feet away for 20 seconds.

If you wear contacts, take steps to prevent eye infections. Always wash your hands before you put your contact lenses in or take them out. Be sure to disinfect your contact lenses and replace them regularly. Learn more about caring for contact lenses

Schedule your appointment and don’t delay. Sponsored by Beyer Eye Associates



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If you suffer from cataracts, you now have more options

If you suffer from cataracts, you now have more options during cataract surgery with the latest premium intraocular lens technology.  Beyer Eye Associates is excited to be offering the Alcon ArcySofIQ Vivity lens during cataract surgeries.

Cataracts are cloudy areas in the natural lens that affect vision. When a cataract develops and worsens then the eye’s lens becomes cloudy and hard and doesn’t allow light to pass through, which makes it much harder for you to see. Many cataracts are due to normal aging, but other issues such as radiation exposure, and diabetes can speed up the development. It is a common eye problem and also the leading cause of preventable blindness. Cataracts can be treated by removing the cloudy lens from the eye and then replacing it during surgery with an intraocular lens such as the Vivity Lens. Cataract surgeries have a 98% success rate and patients are able to return to normal routines within 24 hours.

What Is the Vivity Lens?

The new Vivity intraocular lens is the latest generation of lenses used to replace cataracts during cataract surgery. This lens is classified as “Extended Range of Vision.” This means patients will be able to see much better various focal points.

Traditionally, with a standard intraocular lens, patients are only able to see clearly far away without the use of glasses. The ability to see distances or close up without reading glasses is known as presbyopia. The traditional lenses address presbyopia with the use of diffractive technology. The best way to describe this technology is to think of alternative rings of different focusing powers. One set of rings is for focusing on images far away and the other is for objects close up. Only these two distances are in focus and the images in between are blurry. At night, the near-focus rings could even create halos or glare around distant light.

How Does the Vivity Lens Work?

This lens works by bending light rays to allow the focus on the retina. This can correct blurry vision that happens when a cataract is removed and it’s not replaced with an artificial lens. The lens is a great alternative for those that may not be candidates for other mutlifocal or trifocal lens options.

How Is the Vivity Lens Different?

The Vivity lens is a lens that uses proprietary technology called X-Wave. With X-Wave technology, users are now able to see all available light and this results in uninterrupted ranges of vision. This includes when you are in both dim and bright lighting. Using this lens, you are able to achieve excellent in-between and distance vision and can also see up close. If you choose other intraocular lenses, the light is split into many separate focal points. This means that people often see visual aberrations, such as halos, starbursts, or glare, even after the surgery. When patients choose the Vivity lens, there aren’t as many visual disturbances. X-Wave technology also helps protect the eyes from the sun’s UV rays, as well as blue light from your digital devices. The Vivity lens comes in a toric lens model for those with astigmatism to make sure that your astigmatism can be corrected at the same time during the cataract surgery. Another advantage is that it is more forgiving compared to a multifocal lens. If you have mild macular degeneration or dry eyes then a multifocal lens could lead to worse vision. With the Vivity lens, you don’t have these issues.

Are You a Good Candidate for the Vivity Lens?

In order to know if you are the right fit for the Vivity lens, it’s best to schedule an appointment with an ophthalmologist. This lens may not be the right fit for you if you have an autoimmune disease that could make it harder to recover from cataract surgery or have had previous eye infections.  The lens is best for those who want to improve their near and intermediate-range of vision. This includes activities such as reading, working on a computer, and close-range activities, such as sewing.  In addition, if you have other eye issues then you may not be the right fit for the Vivity lens. Some multifocal lenses will not work if your eyes are not in an excellent condition.   However, ophthalmologists report that the Vivity lens has been successful in patients with some macular disorders and in patients with glaucoma. It’s best to get evaluated by one of our doctors to see if you qualify.

Do You Still Need Glasses with the Vivity Lens?

Even though the Vivity lens gives you better visual acuity, you may still want to consider glasses. Your vision will be more defined and sharper in any lighting, especially dim lighting, but there could be some instances where you want reading glasses. You may need glasses if you spend a lot of your time completing close-up tasks or are in front of a computer alot. You might need them for things like reading a prescription label or the newspaper. For many activities, such as reading a menu or texting on your phone, you will likely not need your glasses. Unfortunately, there isn’t a guarantee that you won’t need glasses again but you will be able to depend on them a lot less when you choose this lens.

Are You Able to Drive at Night with the Vivity Lens?

Driving at night may have been harder with cataracts, but when you get the Vivity lens, this isn’t going to be an issue. There are fewer visual disturbances with this lens so driving at night is going to be much safer.

Is the Vivity Lens Safe?

The Vivity lens received FDA approval in spring 2020. The FDA approval came after two successful clinical trials. Ophthalmologists in Western Europe and Australia have been using the Vivity lens for a longer period and have reported great clinical results and patient satisfaction. Alcon, the company behind the Vivity lens, has a reputation for safety and quality and is a global manufacturer of other intraocular lens and vision correcting products.

There are always potential side effects with any surgery, whether or not the Vivity lens is implanted.  Surgical complications include reactions to medication, such as a mild allergic response, redness, itching of the eye, swelling, sensitivity to light, problems with the iris, or a temporary increase in eye pressure. There is a minimal risk of requiring additional surgical treatment, such as a replacement of the IOL after implantation of the initial one.

How Does the Vivity Lens Affect an Astigmatism?

One of the benefits of the Vivity lens is that it is available in a toric model so you can get your astigmatism corrected at the same time you are having cataract surgery.

Getting the Vivity Lens at Beyer Eye Associates

If you suffer from cataracts and want to improve your vision after cataract surgery then the Vivity lens may be right for you. Beyer Eye Associates is a premier eye care practice with advanced technologies. Contact us today for an eye evaluation.