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Use It, Don’t Lose It

Use your vision benefits before they expire at the end of the year. If you have any kind of optical coverage, you might reach the end of the year with unused and forfeited benefits. Read More

6 Signs You Might Have Eye Cataracts

The Center for Eye Care and Optical in West Islip, NY, treats a variety of patients with cataracts. Here are seven signs that you may have cataracts and require treatment: Cloudy Read More

Do you know why a back to school eye exam is so important?

Vision may change frequently during the school years, children should receive an eye examination every year, or more frequently if specific problems or risk factors exist, or if recommended by an optometrist. Read More

How to Prepare For An Eye Exam

Everyone needs to take care of their health. Many people grow up going to the doctor and dentist regularly. It is just as important to make sure that everyone gets Read More

Contact Lens vs Traditional Glasses

If you have a vision prescription, you may be choosing between contact lenses and traditional glasses for daily wear. But first, you need a vision exam. At The Center for Read More

VUITY EYE DROPS

As we age, it becomes harder to see things up close. But now there’s VUITY™. The first and only prescription eye drop to treat age-related Blurry Near Vision (presbyopia) in adults. Read More

Eye Irritation from Allergies

When most people think of allergies they tend to think of the sneezing or headaches that most allergy patients experience. The truth is that there are many symptoms associated with Read More

Eye Surgery FAQs

When you are told you need eye surgery, it's natural to be anxious and have questions about the surgery. Our eyes are a vital organ that helps us navigate the Read More

Common Questions Before Cataract Surgery

People are often intimidated by cataract surgery, but one of the easiest ways to ease your mind is to learn as much as you can about the procedure. If you Read More

Selective Laser Trabeculoplasty (SLT)

Traditionally, the most common means of treatment for most cases of glaucoma is the use of eye drops which lower intraocular pressure in order to reduce the likelihood of optic Read More

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