Eye Clinic Opens in East Brunswick; Dental Office Opens in Jersey City

Sources: TapInto.net; NJ Biz

Things are “looking good” for East Brunswick, who welcomed another new business to the Royal Plaza on Route 18 South. Economic Development Officer Robert Zuckerman was on hand for the opening of Logos Vision, an office providing medical eye exams and prescriptions, eyeglass recommendations, and some pretty snazzy frames all in a contemporary, stylish location.

About two dozen there to support Dr. Silana Abadeer and her husband Mina as they opened the second location of Logos — the company has an established presence in Perth Amboy — and the event and ribbon cutting presented the joyous opening of a true family business in the township.

Abadeer described the easy-access location as “perfect” as a place to grow and an opportunity to reach new customers in East Brunswick. Mayor Mayor Brad Cohen, who also attended the grand opending ceremony, noted the daily traffic of nearly 100,000 cars passing by the Royal Plaza on Route 18 South.

Logos Vision will offer the full range of optical services, including medical examinations by Abadeer. Moving forward, Logos Vision business hopes to expand to include the production of some prescription lenses in-house, providing, as Cohen said, “true one-stop shopping on Route 18.”

Abra Dental is opening a Jersey City location March 22 at 165 Ocean Ave.

Open Monday through Saturday, the practice will offer comprehensive dental services and will feature general dentists, certified pediatric dentists and orthodontists.
The Greenville neighborhood office is located near the Infinity Institute and on the NJ Transit No. 6 bus (Merritt Street Via Ocean Ave) route.

“We are thrilled to open our doors to the Jersey City community and provide families with exceptional dental care,” Abra Dental CEO and co-founder Dr. Michael Skolnick said in a statement. “Our team of highly qualified professionals is dedicated to ensuring each patient receives personalized care in a warm and friendly atmosphere.”

Founded with his wife, dentist Dr. Brooke Skolnick, in 2008, as The ChildSmiles Group, th parent company is now called Abra Health. The company said it plans to launch multiple large-footprint multi-specialty dental and pediatric primary care clinics across northern New Jersey and eastern Pennsylvania this year.

Abra Health, which focuses on growing in underrepresented communities, has more than 700 employees, and its ownership and leadership teams are mostly made up of dentists.

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