Dr. Steve Silberberg has been in practice for over thirty years. He is Board Certified by American Board of Optometry and is the founder and co-owner of the group practice An Eye to the Future which is noted for its use of high-tech equipment.

Dr. Steve Silberberg was honored by IDOC and appointed "Member Director" for best practices in New Jersey. He is one of the founding trustees of the Union Of American Eye Care, the chief mentor in Bausch and Lomb’s sales rep shadowing program and the Vice President of MOSOP (Monmouth-Ocean Society of Optometric Physicians.

Dr. Silberberg has served as Chief of Low Vision at Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital. Presently he is a consultant/speaker for Inspire Pharmaceuticals, Odwire Org, Cooper Vision, and Bausch and Lomb pharmaceuticals. He speaks widely on issues concerning the use of high end technology in eye care and has many articles published on the subject.

Dr. Silberberg has always believed that patients want not to be just a number at a big box office being herded like cattle. The eye care experience should be exceptional. Having the highest technologically equipped office, a mature dedicated staff and doctors who value you as a patient and a person are all part of what makes An Eye To The Future the eye opening experience it was intended to be.

Dr. Silberberg lives in Manalapan New Jersey with his loving wife Nina. He dearly loves his two daughters Rachel and Rebecca and his three grandchildren Casey, Quinn and Eliza.

Professional Certifications and Education:

SUNY at Stonybrook, BS, Earth and Planetary Astrophysics, Departmental Valedictorian
Massachusetts Institute of Technology, astrophysics
SUNY College of Optometry, class Valedictorian

Awards:

Sherman Raftenberg Memorial Award. Ester Werner Memorial Award for academic excellence
Frederick Brock award for excellence in vision therapy
Beta Sigma Kappa award for excellence in vision science.