Nittany Eye Associates
Central Pennsylvania’s Home for Eye Care
Optometrists in the State College and Surrounding Areas
Our mission at Nittany Eye Associates is to offer world class care through the collaborative efforts of our optometrists, ophthalmologists and eye-care staff. By utilizing the newest technology in eye health, glasses, and contact lenses, we provide a patient experience that is second to none. With over 20 years of service and locations in State College, Greys Woods, Spring Mills, Tyrone, and Lock Haven we are your home for quality eye care.
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What Our Patients Are Saying
Mike Cymber is a great man and Dr. He has helped me through corneal transplants ang macular degeneration.
Absolutely amazing! The BEST staff I’ve EVER worked with!! Lifetime patient!! My first visit they were better than any eye exam I’ve ever had (and I’ve been going to other doctors for 10+ years!)!! I will never go to another doc! They were so incredible helpful and kind! I cannot say enough good things! I had 5 separate people from check-in to paying and every single one was kind and helpful!
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