Welcome to EyeSymmetry Vision Center

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Experts in Contact Lenses

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Dry Eye Center of Excellence

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Myopia Control

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Welcome to EyeSymmetry Vision Center

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Experts in Contact Lenses

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Dry Eye Center of Excellence

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Myopia Control

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Welcome to EyeSymmetry Vision Center

We are excited to provide you professional Eye Care services in a comfortable and friendly environment. EyeSymmetry Vision Center is located in Owings Mills, MD and proudly serves the whole greater Baltimore area including Pikesville, Randallstown and Reisterstown.

We would like to welcome you to our state of the art practice, designed specifically with your family’s needs in mind. To accurately diagnose your visual needs, our comprehensive eye exams in Owing Mills are geared to you or your child’s age group, be it 8 months or 80 years young. We also offer a full range of services from specialty contact lenses such as I See Overnight and Scleral Lenses to treatment of visually related learning disabilities.

EyeSymmetry’s main goal is to make your visit a pleasant and fun experience. Our practice prides itself on providing outstanding service and quality you can count on. We look forward to seeing you.

moshe opt1Meet Dr. Moshe Schwartz O.D., F.A.A.O.

Dr. Schwartz earned his Doctor of Optometry degree from the Nova Southeastern University in Florida, and has been in private practice since 1997.

He is a diplomate in Cornea, Contact Lenses, and Refractive Technology of the American Academy of Optometry. Becoming a Diplomate in the Academy demonstrates that one is an expert in their discipline, this 5 year review process is the highest clinical designation in the field of optometry and is achieved only after a grueling series of written, practical, and live patient examination testing by his peers.

Keratoconus and Wearing Contact Lenses

If your eyes have a conical shape, this scatters the light as it comes in, creating blurred or distorted vision, increased sensitivity to light, glare and mild eye irritation - this is an eye condition known as Keratoconus. However, even with this condition, you may be able to wear contact lenses, especially suited to address this issue.

Can I Wear Contacts w/ an Astigmatism?

If you have astigmatism - a condition where the eye isn't perfectly round, but more football- or egg-shaped - then you'll require a special design of contact lenses called "toric" lenses for clear vision.

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