Lawrenceville Eye Care, LLC

Practice Limited to the Eye

Formerly known as 

 Drs. Wilson and Greidinger. 

Same friendly staff and location.

Dr. Ronald B. Wilson has retired July, 2018.

Guy S. Mullin, M.D.


Dr. Guy S. Mullin has extensive training in various methods of refractive surgery including Radial Keratotomy, Astigmatic Keratotomy, and Laser Vision Correction (LASIK). In addition to his diagnostic and treatment experience, he has been performing microsurgery for visual improvement for more than ten years.

Dr. Mullin's ophthalmologic background was established with his residency training at the Washington National Eye Center, which specializes in trauma care. In 1996, he received the National Cataract and Implant Surgery Award from the American College of Eye Surgeons in recognition of his surgical technique.

Dr. Mullin attended Villanova University as a presidential scholar in the Honors Program. He graduated from Georgetown University School of Medicine in Washington, D.C., where he was the recipient of the Taber Memorial Scholarship awarded by the Department of Surgery. Dr. Mullin also completed his internship training in Internal Medicine working at The Washington Hospital Center.

Dr. Guy Mullin is a dedicated physician who directs his skills and talents to helping people achieve the best vision possible.

Our Doctors

Larry J. Greidinger, O.D.


Dr. Larry J. Greidinger  was born in Brooklyn, and raised in Queens, NY. He graduated from the State University of New York at Oneonta in 1975. He continued his education at the Pennsylvania College of Optometry in Philadelphia where he received his Bachelor's of Science Degree and Doctor of Optometry Degree in 1979.
Dr. Greidinger joined the practice in 1984. He was trained by the group's ophthalmologists for over 30 years and practices all aspects of optometry including medical management of eye disease and co-management of our surgical patients.

As an amateur radio operator and computer hobbyist, he naturally became the practice's information and technology person. He enjoys introducing the profession's latest technological advances in patient care to the practice.

Dr. Greidinger is a member of the New Jersey Society of Optometric Physicians and a member of The American Optometric Association.