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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…

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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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What are Some Common Eye Problems?

There are some eye problems you will experience as you age. Most of them can be treated if detected early. Let’s find out what these problems are and how they cause damage to your eyes. Presbyopia – If you’re experiencing loss of vision while reading or looking at an object close to you, you might have a disorder known as Presbyopia. Having headaches or tired eyes…

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Easy Home Remedies For Pink Eye

What is a Pink Eye? Pink eye is also known as conjunctivitis. It is an eye condition that causes inflammation or infection in the outer membrane of the eyeball and the inner eyelid. It is highly contagious and spreads when someone gets in contact with the eye secretions of an infected person. What are the symptoms of pink eye?…

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What are The Tiny Black Spots in My Field of Vision?

Do you know experiencing tiny black spots in your field of vision is a common problem faced by everyone at some point? These tiny spots are known as floaters. Floaters appear like a strand of thread or tiny dots swimming in your field of vision. They are frequently seen in bright light…

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Femtosecond Laser-Assisted Cataract Surgery

Do you often wonder how common are cataracts among the elderly? Let’s do a little math. By the age of 80, more than half of Americans will either have a cataract or have undergone cataract surgery. Annually, more than 3.5 million cataract surgeries are performed every year in the United States. Technology is evolving day by day. With machines taking place in the medicinal world…

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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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