Welcome to Professional Optometry
& St. Pauls Vision Center
Looking for an eye doctor in Fayetteville, NC? Lieberman & Lieberman Optometry is near you and eye exams are what we do best. Dr. Ann Kosterman Lieberman, Dr. Nathan Lieberman, and their staff are devoted to bringing you an eye care experience that is unparalleled in compassion and quality of care. Established in 1996, our optometrists are known for giving personalized attention, providing an excellent eye exam care and using the latest technology for eye care.
Q&A with Dr. Lieberman
Dr. Lieberman Answers Your Eyecare Questions
What are some of the symptoms of Dry Eye?
- Eyes have a gritty feeling gets worse as the day goes on
If you have any of the above symptoms, visit your eye doctor
Your Optometrist in Fayetteville, NC
We have genuine concern for the visual well being of our patients. That is why the cornerstone of our eye care combines experienced optometrists with the most advanced eye care technology. Our patients leave our office confident that their eye health was thoroughly evaluated. Satisfied with the knowledge they learned about the status of their eye health and knowing that they were given and explained all of their vision correction options, our patients are pleased to know their eye glasses and contact lenses were fitted with great care and accuracy.
If you are currently a patient at Lieberman and Lieberman, we thank you. If you are not, we ask you to consider visiting our practice to personally experience the optometric care we can provide you and your loved ones, from comprehensive eye exams to hard to fit contact lenses or eyeglasses. We have two locations; please call or stop by our offices: Professional Optometry in Fayetteville, NC or St. Paul’s Vision Center in St. Pauls, NC.
Focus On Macular Degeneration
Age related macular degeneration is the number one cause of vision loss in Americans over the age of 60. To put the severity of the disease into perspective, there is a similar amount of Americans with AMD as their are with invasive cancer. There is no cure for macular degeneration, but your eye doctor may recommend certain treatment options that may slow down the progression of the disease. Our optometrists recommend an eye exam for everyone in Fayettville once they turn 50 so that they can have comprehensive eye exam and discuss lifestyle choices that may minimize risk.