I treat each of my patients with great care, so they feel confident they’re getting the best possible prescription. I take the time to do thorough exams, and really communicate. I think that’s the main reason we have been in business for 35 years — the personal attention.
What is a thorough exam?
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- Specialized exams for computer users and athletes
- Glaucoma testing (Tonometry)
- Visual field testing (computerized perimetry)
- Biomicroscopic exams
- Pupillary dilation and cycloplegic exams (N.Y. State Licensed)
- Prescriptions for external eye diseases (New York State Licensed)
- The Effects of UV Light on The Eye
- Our new Retinal Camera takes digital images of your eyes, for your medical records
- Really fun online videos and podcasts about ophthalmology and eye disease (seriously)
- Progressive lens glasses: why I don’t (yet) recommend Empower, featured in the NY Times Gadgetwise column
- Dr. Tracy, can I sleep with my contact lenses?
- Can “floaters” be treated?
- Flomax alert for cataract surgery
- Tips for Better Night Vision
- My Eyes are Bloodshot: what should I do?
- Applying Eye Drops: Two Essential Tips
- Pregnancy and the Eye
- How often should I get my eyes examined?
- What to do about Dry Eyes?
- New Anti-Allergy Medications
- Lasik Surgery: Is It For Me?
- “Allergies Bother my Eyes – Help!”
- Computers and Your Eyes: 9 tips to avoid strain and fatigue
- Sports and Vision
- The one critical thing you need to know when something gets in your eyes
- Macular Degeneration: What you should know
- Do you have Mizar-Alcor vision?
- Which Foods are Best for Your Vision?