We will be closed Wednesday, July 4th in observance of Independence Day.
We will be back in the office on Wednesday, July 5th. Have a safe and fun 4th of July!
 
We will be closed Monday, May 28th, 2018 in observance of Memorial day.
   
 
At Medfield Eye Associates and Hopkinton Eye Associates
the health of your eyes is our first priority!


You may have an underlying condition that could effect your vision, such as diabetes, high blood pressure or a neurologic disorder. Without a thorough eye exam these conditions could be missed. We are dedicated to providing you with high-quality comprehensive eye care.

We will take the time to educate you on your exam procedures and findings, so that you can make informed choices concerning your eye health and overall care. We partner with like-minded surgeons and health care facilities to ensure you get the best possible care.

Our eye care services include:
• Adult and Pediatric Eye Heath Examinations
• Management of Diseases and Disorders of the Eye and Visual System
• Myopia (Near-Sightedness) Control for Children
• Low Vision Services for the Partially Sighted
• Specialty Contact Lens Services for Healthy and Not So Healthy Eyes
• Ortho-K: Nonsurgical (Gentle) Corneal Reshaping for Correcting Myopia
• Surgical Co-Management (Lasik, Glaucoma and Cataracts)
• Computer Strain and Related Vision Problems
• Emergency and Urgent Eye Care
• Adult and Pediatric Eye Health Examinations

Depending on your age, health and occupation, the American Optometric Association recommends a comprehensive eye examination every 1-2 years.

A thorough eye exam includes an evaluation of the visual system and eye health. A comprehensive eye exam can detect systemic conditions such as diabetes, high blood pressure, elevated cholesterol and neurologic disorders.

If vision correction is needed, options include glasses, contact lenses and laser vision correction. You can be confident that our doctors will help you make the right choice and offer the appropriate services, such as pre- and post-op LASIK care, necessary medical treatment or vision correction with contact lenses or glasses.

Myopia (Near-Sightedness) Control - What Is Myopia Control?
Although an outright cure for nearsightedness has not been discovered, Dr. John C. Snyder can now offer a number of treatments that may be able to slow the progression of myopia.

These treatments can induce changes in the structure and focusing of the eye to reduce stress and fatigue associated with the development and progression of nearsightedness.

Why should you be interested in myopia control?
Because slowing the progression of myopia may keep your child from developing high levels of nearsightedness that require thick, corrective eyeglasses and have been associated with serious eye problems later in life, such as early Cataracts, Glaucoma or even a Detached Retina. Currently, Three Types of Treatment are Showing Promise for Controlling Myopia:
• Atropine Eye Drops
• Multifocal Contact Lenses
• Orthokeratology ("Ortho-K")
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  We Diagnosis and Manage
Many Eye Diseases, Including:

• Glaucoma
• Cataracts
• Diabetic Eye Disease
• Conjunctivitis (Pink Eye)
• Amblyopia (Lazy Eye)
• High Myopia (Near-Sightedness)
• Eye Infections
• Eye Trauma
• Macular Degeneration
• Dry Eyes
• Allergy eyes
• Headaches
• Retinal Detachment
• Vitreous Detachment (Floaters)
• Double vision
Our Advanced Instrumentation Includes:
• Retinal (Back of the Eye) Imaging
• Anterior Segment (Front of the Eye) Imaging
• Optic Nerve and Retinal Analysis
• Peripheral Vision Testing
• Tear Analysis for Dry Eyes
• Corneal (Front of the Eye) Topographical Mapping
• Eye Ultrasound
   
Low Vision For The Partially Sighted
What is low vision?
Basically, "low vision" describes significant visual impairment that can't be corrected fully with glasses, contact lenses, medication or eye surgery. It includes:

Loss of best-corrected visual acuity(BVCA) to worse than 20/70 in the better eye or significant visual field loss, such as Tunnel vision (lack of vision in the periphery) and blind spots.

Legal blindness, In North America is defined as: 20/200 or less central visual acuity in the better eye with best possible correction, or a visual field of 20º or less.
 
Eye diseases are a common cause of low vision:
• Hazy, blurry vision can result from Cataracts.
• Blurred or partially obscured central vision is typical of Macular Degeneration.
• Diabetic Retinopathy causes blind spots, blurriness and visual distortions.
• Poor peripheral vision is a hallmark of Glaucoma.
• Retinitis Pigmentosa reduces peripheral vision and the ability to see in the dark.
• Light sensitivity and loss of contrast may also be symptoms of disease.
• Heredity and Eye Injuries can also result in Low Vision
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What To Do About Low Vision:
If you have a vision impairment that interferes with your ability to perform everyday activities and enjoy life, your first step is to see one of our eye care professionals for a complete eye exam. Poor vision that cannot be corrected with eyeglasses or contact lenses could be the first sign of a serious eye disease such as Age-Related Macular Degeneration, Glaucoma or Retinitis Pigmentosa. Or it could mean you are developing a Cataract that needs removal. Whatever the case, it's wise to take action before further vision loss occurs. If Dr. John C. Snyder finds that you have vision loss that cannot be corrected adequately with standard eye wear, medical treatment or surgery, he will help you take the next steps toward coping with your new situation.

We will take our time to thoroughly evaluate the degree and type of vision loss you have, prescribe appropriate low vision aids such as lighted handheld magnifiers, digital desktop magnifiers and bioptic telescopes, and help you learn how to use them. Newer options include handheld digital magnifiers for shopping or eating out, as well as software that simplifies computer use with magnification and text-to-speech features.

We can also recommend non-optical adaptive devices, such as large-face printed material, audio recordings, special light fixtures and signature guides for signing checks and documents. Special eye wear with tinted UV filters can help with light sensitivity and heighten contrast. If necessary, We can refer you to a mental health professional and/or mobility coach to help you cope with your vision loss.

Contact Lenses
At Winder Family Vision we take contact lens fitting, lens care and follow-up care seriously. Dr. John C. Snyder is knowledgeable with the latest trends and developments in contact lens technology.
 
We offer all types of contact lenses, including:
• Non-surgical Corneal Reshaping Lenses as an Alternative to Lasik
• Children's Contact Lenses to Slow the Progression of Nearsightedness (Myopia)
• Daily Disposables
• Ortho-K: Nonsurgical (Gentle) Corneal Reshaping for Correcting Myopia
• Multifocals/Bifocals for Presbyopia
• Toric Lenses
• Custom Soft & Gas Permeable Lenses
• Colored Contact Lenses
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We have experience fitting some of the most difficult eyes, including patients with Keratoconus, poor surgical outcomes, and large amounts of astigmatism. We will work with you to find the optimal contact lens fit to suit your visual and lifestyle needs.


Laser Vision Correction (LASIK)
We can help you determine if laser vision correction is right for you. They will work together with a local surgeon to provide both pre- and post-operative care.

Computer Related Vision Problems
Have you ever added up the time you spend in front of your computer, iPad, smart phone or other electronic device? Have you seen the recent reports concerning our electronic devices and our increased exposure to harmful blue light?

We can recommend the best lenses for you and your lifestyle, including lenses for special computer distances, and specialty lenses and coatings to reduce glare and your exposure to harmful blue light.
 
Our Eye Doctors have earned the trust and respect of our patients for being dedicated to your vision and your eye health.
 
CONTACT US TODAY
Medfield Eye Associates (508) 359-4164
Hopkinton Eye Associates (508) 497-9500
 
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Hopkinton Eye Associates 77 West Main Street Hopkinton, MA 01748 Phone: (508) 497-9500
Medfield Eye Associates School House Park 6 West Mill Street - 1st floor Medfield, MA 02052 Phone: (508) 359-4164

Medfield Eye Associates and Hopkinton Eye Associates proudly serve Medfield and Hopkinton, MA and the surrounding areas of Ashland, Framingham, Holliston, Medway, Walpole, Norwood, Westwood, Dover, Sherborn, Franklin, Norfolk, Wrentham, Foxboro, Mansfield and Canton.

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