Eye Doctor Ophthalmologist

Eye Doctor Ophthalmologist

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Location

State
NY
City
New York
Address
51 East 25th Street, Ste 419
Postal Code
10010

Contacts

Phone Number
212-389-9975

Categories Served

Categories:
Eye Doctor, Doctor, Ophthalmologist, Medical Office, Medical Clinic, Medical Centre.

Health Info

Types of medical facility
Health care centre
A cataract is a cloudy film over the lens of your eye that adversely affects your vision.
Cataracts are typically a result of aging, and they’re more common in the elderly. According to the National Eye Institute, by the age of 80, more than half of all Americans have cataracts or have been treated surgically for cataracts.

The term “dry eyes” is more than a turn of phrase that means you’re not crying. Dry eyes actually is the name of an extremely uncomfortable medical condition. Without the proper amount of moisture in your eyes, a variety of problems and symptoms can arise. There are numerous causes for this condition and several methods to manage and treat it.

Glaucoma is actually a term that covers a group of diseases that lead to loss of vision, typically through subtle changes in your eye pressure over time. The pressure is changed by a buildup of fluids in the front part of your eye. Glaucoma occurs when the balance of fluids entering and leaving your eye is disrupted, and the flow of fluids out of the eye doesn’t happen the way it should.

Eyelashes are not just a cosmetic feature on your face. They play an important role in the health of your eye. The improper application and use of cosmetics can cause eyelash problems — as a matter of fact, it’s one of the most common means of infection. But other, serious conditions also can lead to infected eyelashes.

Keratoconus is a disorder that occurs when the front part of your eye, round and smooth when healthy, becomes thin and abnormal, taking on more of a conical shape. Since the round shape of your eye is meant to help focus light, keratoconus forces the light to be angled improperly through the cornea and onto the retina.

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