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No, That Eye is not Damaged!

Corneal verticillata, also known as vortex keratopathy, is a pattern of opacities that can form in the cornea, usually golden-brown in appearance. Its name  from the Latin noun “verticillus,” meaning Read More

The iLux® Treatment is Available in Our Office!

iLux is a pain-free treatment to help with dry eye. When you have dry eye, your Meibomian glands tend to get clogged. The oils aren't able to be released in Read More

Please Read!

We will be closed on Friday, February 25th for staff training. We'll reopen as normal the following Monday, Feburary 28th! Read More

Why is dilation important?

Dilation expands the pupils allowing the doctor to have a better view of the back of the eye. Dilation helps the doctor check for common eye diseases, including diabetic retinopathy, Read More

Have Registered for our Patient Portal?

If not, here are some benefits to think about: - This will give you access to your records and prescriptions any time you need them. - It will also cut out extra Read More

Have you Heard of Transition Lenses?

Transition contact lenses are similar to transition lenses for eyeglasses. Just like your eyeglasses change when the sun hits them, these contacts can go from light to dark within less Read More

February is AMD Awareness Month!

AMD is the abbreviation for Age-Related Macular Degeneration. It is recorded that 15 million people in the United States have AMD. Most commonly it affects Caucasians over the age of 40. Macular Read More

What is an Ocular Migraine?

Ocular migraines cause temporary vision loss in one eye, usually lasting for an hour or less. People see flashes of lights, stars/kaleidoscopes in their vision or experience blind spots. It Read More

Ever Seen Two Different-Colored Eyes?

Heterochoromia is a relatively rare, benign trait that occurs when the melanin in the eyes is inconsistent, which leads to color variations in one or both irises. It is more often Read More

January is Glaucoma Awareness Month!

Glaucoma occurs when the nerve connecting the eye to brain is damaged due to elevated eye pressures. Glaucoma is also known as the “silent thief of sight” because there are Read More

How Healthy Hair Heals!

Did you know that it takes about 6 weeks to grow back an eyelash if there is no damage to the hair follicle?  Eyelashes take about 2 months to become fully Read More

New Doctor In Town!

Join us in welcoming Dr. Christopher Castello to our practice!  Originally from Yonkers, New York, Dr. Castello received a Bachelor of Science degree from Florida Atlantic University in 1992 and a Read More

Astigmatism: An Eye Condition You Know!

Many people are told that they have astigmatism, but several people are not sure what that really means. It is a very common vision disorder such as nearsightedness and farsightedness. Read More

The Retina Stays On During the Eye Exam!

Retinal detachments are very serious and are considered an emergency. When this occurs, the retina pulls away from the tissue that holds and supports it with oxygen and blood flow. Read More

Blue Light Blues!

More and more, work and social life revolve around looking at a screen for multiple hours every day. To combat the effects of too much blue light exposure, consider wearing Read More

Happy New Year's Eve!

Good afternoon!  We will be closed on Friday, December 31st, in observance of the New Years, to allow our staff to bid farewell to 2021 with their friends and family.  Happy New Read More

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