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Optometry vs. Ophthalmology

At New York Ophthalmology, we offer eye care to everyone. We have 5 locations to serve patients in NYC, in Queens, Brooklyn, the Bronx, and Manhattan. Our eye doctors and ophthalmologists in New York are available to provide high quality eye care for people throughout New York. With a team of ophthalmologists and optometrists to …

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Corneal disease and scar treatment

Your cornea is the first thing the light hits when it reaches your eye—a transparent bulbous structure, which acts as your eyes' outermost lens. With the iris, pupil, and lens's help, it helps focus light onto the retina and contributes most to clear vision. At New York Ophthalmology, Dr. Gregory Stein is a specially trained …

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Workplace Eye Wellness Month: 8 Ways to Reduce Digital Eyestrain

March is Prevent Blindness’ Workplace Eye Wellness Month, which means now is an excellent time to check in with your ophthalmologist in the Brooklyn, Washington Heights area. Over the last year, offices around the globe went remote, ushering in an era of Zoom meetings and virtual get-togethers. While this helped slow the spread of COVID-19, …

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Why do you need to see a retinal specialist?

At New York Ophthalmology, Dr. Neil Patel is a fellowship-trained vitreoretinal specialist who can assess your eyes for signs of retina disease and perform surgery and treatment. Dr. Patel’s training and experience allow him to diagnose any retinal concerns or diseases and provide proper treatment. With 5 locations throughout NYC, we serve people the Bronx, …

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The importance of multichannel touchpoints and doctor-patient communication

At New York Ophthalmology, we offer multiple options for contacting the practice and . We offer in-person consultations at our 5 NYC ophthalmology locations as well as telemedicine consultations for your convenience and safety. Access to healthcare has developed with time, with the digital age ushering many platforms whereby patients can interact with their primary …

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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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