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A woman with glasses is learning how to prevent eye injuries at home.

Preventing Eye Injuries at Home

Where do you think most eye injuries occur? At construction sites? Recreational sports? The answer is in your own home. Nearly half of all eye injuries each year occur in and around the home. What's more, home-based eye injuries are on the rise. When an ophthalmologist in the Bronx, or Jamaica, or anywhere in New …

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Woman choosing an ophthalmologist online.

Tips for Choosing an Ophthalmologist

Besides getting recommendations from friends or family, the most common way people find ophthalmologists is through online research. If you're in the process of looking for an ophthalmologist in Queens or the Bronx, we offer several tips about what to look for when using the internet to search for eye doctors. Regularly visiting an ophthalmologist …

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Man shocked to learn the risk of not treating cataracts.

The Risk of Not Treating Cataracts

Cataract surgery is one of the most commonly performed types of eye surgery. Left untreated, cataracts can lead to vision impairment, vision loss, and even blindness. The World Health Organization reports that cataracts are the leading cause of blindness in the world. One of the goals we have at New York Ophthalmology is providing accurate …

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Meet our eye care providers

New York Ophthalmology: Welcome to Our Family

While we often discuss procedures and answer common eye care questions on this blog, we want to take a moment here to share our story as a practice: From how we began to what makes our patient care outstanding. At New York Ophthalmology, we are proud to provide those looking for an ophthalmologist in Queens …

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Diabetic eye that has been properly taken care of, reducing the effects diabetes can have on an eye.

4 Ways Diabetes Can Affect Your Eyes

People who have diabetes, especially those who are recently diagnosed, may not be fully aware of how the disease can affect their eyes. Eye care is an extremely crucial part of managing diabetes. A number of specific conditions need to be monitored and treated by ophthalmologists who specialize in diabetic eye care, such as those …

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Patient receiving Lasik to improve her vision.

LASIK Eye Surgery: Before, During & After

There’s a reason LASIK is the most popular elective surgery in the world. When performed by a skilled ophthalmologist, this procedure can provide sharper, clearer vision without the hassle and expense of glasses or contact lenses. At New York Ophthalmology, we understand that patients considering LASIK eye surgery in the Bronx or Queens, NY, have a …

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Doctor checking eyes for signs of cataracts.

Cataract Surgery: How Do I Know If I Need It?

We routinely perform advanced cataract surgery at our Bronx and Queens, NY, ophthalmology locations to correct the cloudy, blurry, or double vision caused by this common condition. Cataracts affect more than half of all Americans by the time they are 80, with more than 2 million corrective surgeries performed every year. While cataracts are often a …

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Ophthalmology experience, and review

We Want Your Feedback!

Choosing an optometrist or ophthalmologist in Queens or the Bronx is a significant decision, and we'd love to know what led you to New York Ophthalmology and what you thought of your experience. Below, we've drafted 10 questions that we'll ask patients to ensure we continue providing the best patient experience possible. How did you …

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Catching early warning signs for Glaucoma

Know the Early Signs of Glaucoma

One of the best reasons for seeing an eye doctor for regular vision care exams is that certain eye diseases can be detected and treated early. That's true for glaucoma, a progressive disease that can cause serious damage if left untreated. Getting glaucoma treatment at our Queens and Bronx, NY, locations can stem the condition's …

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Picking a qualified ophthalmologist in Queens.

Tips for Choosing a Qualified Ophthalmologist

Most men and women choose their primary care physicians and dentists before they're sick or have cavities. But choosing an ophthalmologist isn't really something people consider until they need treatment for an eye condition or need help for chronic issues, such as diabetic eye care. In Queens and the Bronx, NY, our talented ophthalmologists provide …

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