Old Bridge Vision Center provides excellent and caring comprehensive eye exams to all our patients.
We strive to be the leader in bringing the latest technology to our patients in an efficient, compassionate, family-oriented setting.
Our office provides care in a team oriented approach.

  • Polycarbonate Lenses

    Approximately 20% lighter and thinner than plastic, polycarbonate has greater impact resistance than plastic, which makes it a safer lens. Polycarbonate includes UV protection and scratch guard, which makes the lenses more scratch resistant.
  • Ultralite Style Lenses

    Ultralite is approximately 50% lighter and thinner than plastic. Since it is a thinner polycarbonate lens, it also has greater impact resistance than plastic and comes with scratch guard and UV protection.
  • Hi-Index Lenses

    Hi-index is the thinnest lens that you can get that is made of plastic material.
  • Progressive Lenses

    An invisible bifocal lens that allow a person to see at all 3 distances; distant, near, and intermediate.
  • Transition Lenses

    UV responsive lenses that automatically get about 60% darker outside and lighten inside.
  • Anti-Reflective Coating Lenses

    We only use premium products, like Crizal and Zeiss, which gives superior visual acuity while driving at night or in the rain by decreasing glare. An anti-reflective coating also helps with eye fatigue and makes your lenses appear clearer on camera and in person, allowing the natural beauty of your eyes to shine instead of a glare.
  • Polarized Lenses

    An excellent sunglass lens that helps eliminate much of the sun’s glare.
  • UV Coating

    Clear, ultra violet coating to keep eyes healthy and protect from the sun’s harmful rays.

    Are your eyes tired when you’re on the computer or cellphone?
    All that screen time can be hard on your eyes.
    A BLUE BLOCKER anti-reflective coating may very well be able to help you-whether you have a prescription or just want a pair of computer glasses.
    BLUE BLOCKER lenses help reduce your exposure to harmful blue light.


  • Digital Fundus Photography

    A picture taken of the back of the eye instantly appears
    on a computer screen next to the doctor. Your arteries,
    veins, optic nerve, and other areas of the retina are then
    checked. This test can detect eye tumors, macular
    degeneration, diabetic retinopathy, hypertensive
    retinopathy, and other potential eye problems. Eye
    drops are generally not needed for the test, which is
    painless, quick, accurate, and valuable for good eye

  • Digital Phoropter

    The latest equipment to give you the most accurate prescription.

  • Optical Coherence Tomography (OCT)

    A non-invasive test that takes cross-section images of the retina to screen for and diagnose diseases of the retina (the back portion of the eye).