SOUTH PLAINFIELD, NJ – Dr. Koppel’s EyeKrafters Medical Optics will host a grand opening on April 25th at its new location: 911 Oak Tree Avenue in South Plainfield, NJ. The grand opening hours will be from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. with Mayor Anesh and the Borough Council cutting the ribbon to start the celebration beginning at 11:30 a.m. Dr. Koppel will have plenty of food and drinks as well as a magician/juggler from 11:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.  

 EyeKrafters Medical Optics carries a wide variety of the finest eyewear and state of the art medical diagnostic technology.

Located in the Oak Park Commons Mall just three doors down from its’ original location, EyeKrafters is one of the largest eyecare facilities in the county.  EyeKrafters is a retailer of premium products such as Varilux progressive lenses, Transitions changeable color lenses and Crizal anti-glare/reflection free comfort lenses. EyeKrafters continues to be on the cutting edge in designer wear with brands such as Tom Ford, Chopard, David Yurman, Bvlgari and Ray Ban to name just a few.

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Residents are encouraged to come in and meet Dr. Koppel and his staff. Dr. Koppel is a Board Certified Optometric Physician with advanced training in Lasik surgery, refractive surgeries and cataract surgeries. Dr. Koppel treats eye emergencies including foreign body removal, treatment and management of eye diseases including diabetes, macular degeneration, glaucoma, dry eye, conjunctivitis, ocular allergies and many others. “To me, it wasn’t enough just being able to grind glasses properly as an optician; I also wanted to improve people’s lives. So I switched careers and became an optometrist.  With my extensive optometry education and over two decades of experience, I can help you have good vision that will last a lifetime,” stated Dr. Koppel.

After the celebratory Grand Opening, EyeKrafters Medical Optics will donate a portion of the proceeds of sales for the week April 27th to May 2nd to the Lustgarten Foundation for Pancreatic Cancer in memory of Dr. Koppel’s mother who died from pancreatic cancer.