Dr. Wojton was raised in the Somerton section of Northeast Philadelphia, graduated from Archbishop Ryan H.S. (’84), and earned his B.S. in Exercise Physiology from Temple University. He attended the Illinois College of Optometry in Chicago which also included a 4 month rotation at the Cleveland, Ohio, Veterans Administration Hospital.
He has been practicing optometry at Normandy Optical since 1999. Although he sees patients of all ages, he especially enjoys examining children and treating conditions unique to them.
He has been a guest presenter at both St. John the Evangelist’s Enrichment Day program and Maureen M. Welch’s career day. He is also a member of the American Optometric Society and has served as a clinical examiner for the National Boards.
Outside of his practice, Dr. Wojton is married and has three daughters, 2 in college and his youngest is a 7th grader at Holy Trinity in Morrisville. He has been coaching soccer for over ten years and coaching high school track for 4 years. When he is not on a soccer field, he enjoys golfing, following Penn State football, photography, and traveling. In 2014, he achieved his goal of visiting all 50 states. Next on his list is golfing in every state (1 to go), and then visiting all of the Canadian Provinces (7 down, 3 to go).
I have been wearing progressive lenses for many years but have never really been satisfied with them. Both my far and near vision was not as crisp as I thought it should be. But since my eyes were examined and glasses were made by two separate optometrists, I thought maybe I was just being too particular. Then, when I was due for a new pair of glasses, I decided to try Normandy Optical. What luck! My vision is now better than it has ever been with glasses; both near and far vision is very crisp. I would highly recommend Normandy Optical to anyone wearing glasses.