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Early Signs of Glaucoma

Glaucoma is a common eye condition where a person experiences progressive damage to their optic nerve. The optic nerve relays visual information to the brain, and its damage may range from visual loss to blindness.  At New York Ophthalmology, Dr. Nathan Radcliffe is a glaucoma specialist who can assess your eyes for early signs of glaucoma …

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4 Winter Eye Issues & How to Prevent Them

With temperatures dropping fast and winter around the corner, it’s time to think about keeping your eyes healthy during the colder months. With a few helpful tips and tricks and a visit to your ophthalmologist or optometrist in Jackson Heights, you can enjoy hydrated and protected eyes no matter the weather. In this blog post, …

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World Sight Day, observed annually on the second Thursday of October, is a global event meant to draw attention on blindness and vision impairment.

Hope In Sight: Preventing Blindness Across the Globe for World Sight Day 2020

Here at New York Ophthalmology, we serve patients from all walks of life. Proper eye care allows people to enjoy happy, healthy lives—a student can now see the class whiteboard, or an older adult can read their favorite book. The best way to maintain functional eye health is by scheduling regular checkups with an optometrist …

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A woman is confident in New York Ophthalmology for all of her advanced eye care needs.

Providing Advanced Eye Care Access to ALL

Even as our practice continues to grow and we prepare to open new locations, New York Ophthalmology remains dedicated to providing access to advanced eye care to all. Using the latest technology and techniques typically available only to the wealthy, we are especially committed to providing advanced care to those in our neighborhoods who may …

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