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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…

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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 have…

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Frequently Asked Questions on Glaucoma

Glaucoma is a serious disease. The sad part is that it has no cure and vision loss, cannot be restored. It is the world’s leading cause of blindness. Why? Because it has no symptoms in its early stages. The majority of the people with glaucoma do not know they have it! However, timely diagnosis…

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Glaucoma: The Silent Vision Thief

Glaucoma is one of the leading causes of blindness. And yet, once detected, it can be slowed in most cases—sometimes via surgery. The vision that is lost, however, cannot be restored. Most cases of glaucoma develop slowly, with a gradual loss of peripheral (or side) vision. However…

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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 New York City…

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6 Early Signs of Glaucoma & What to Do if You Spot Them

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. Visiting an…

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