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Comprehensive ophthalmology services include routine eye checks, screening, evaluating any damage to the eyes, diagnosis of eye-related conditions.
If you dislike wearing glasses and you are not a suitable candidate for laser eye surgery, then implantable contact lenses (ICL’s) may offer the permanent vision correction that you require.
Dr. Kornstein will evaluate the health of your eyes as well as your eyesight when you go for your routine eye examination.
Children should ideally have their first eye examination around 6 months of age. While they won’t be able to tell you if they are having problems with their sight, Dr. Kornstein should be able to detect any difficulties. Learn more here!
Refractive surgery is the term given to describe surgical procedures that seek to correct or significantly improve refractive errors in your eyesight. Learn more here!
If you are suffering from eye allergies or are experiencing any of these symptoms, this article could help you!
Nystagmus, also known as dancing eye syndrome, is a complicated and potentially debilitating eye disorder. Learn how to recognize & treat Nystagmus.
Did you know that your cat could be giving you glaucoma? The best way to treat glaucoma is by diagnosing it early. Learn more from Maple Eye and Laser Center.
Eye trauma should always be full assessed as any penetrating injury can put the patient at risk of losing their sight, either through the trauma itself or a subsequent infection.
Myopia, also known as short-sightedness, is an extremely common refractive eye disorder that causes distant object to appear blurry and out of focus, while close-up items can be seen clearly.
Here is what you can expect to happen during a routine eye exam at Maple Eye and Laser Center. Call us today at 914-948-5157 to set up an appointment!
See what steps are taken to give you the perfect vision you have always wanted. If you have any questions, give our office a call today at 914-915-8300.
Categories:Glare, Side Effects, LasikAuthor:Date:2016-07-01
While very effective and quite safe, LASIK does have its share of side effects, one of which is glare. Let's take a moment to consider why glare occurs and what can be done about it.
Categories:Cataracts, Presbyopia, Macular Degeneration, GlaucomaAuthor:Date:2016-05-31
As we get older, our vision quality can change a great deal. Dr. Howard Kornstein understands this, which is why he takes great care when addressing the eye care needs of the elderly population in White Plains.
Categories:Lasik, Dry EyeAuthor:Date:2016-04-30
During the creation of the corneal flap, nerves in the cornea are affected. This disrupts the usual activity of the eye, which can consequently mean reduced tear production.
Categories:Refractive Surgery, LasikAuthor:Date:2016-03-30
Part of the reason we offer custom LASIK has to do with the treatment of lower order aberrations and higher order aberrations.
We offer advanced eye care services that improve vision and health, always with a focus on a patient's long-term wellness. Call 914-948-5157 for a consultation.
Categories:Eye Care, LasikAuthor:Date:2016-01-29
Many patients who turn to us for LASIK surgery have eye allergies and are concerned that these allergies might preclude them from being suitable candidates for the procedure.
Categories:Dry Eye, LipiflowAuthor:Date:2016-01-22
LipiFlow® is the only FDA-cleared device available to unblock glands and restore gland function. In doing so, LipiFlow® can prevent progressive deterioration and loss of the important oil-producing meibomian glands.
Categories:Flap Complications, LasikAuthor:Date:2015-12-29
Part of proper patient care is discussing risks and benefits of surgery. With that in mind, we'd like to go over the risk of flap complications and what those mean for patients.
Categories:Lasik, Eye CareAuthor:Date:2015-11-28
For patients looking for safe, effective, and long-term correction of vision impairment, there is no better option than LASIK surgery.
Categories:Lasik, Dry EyeAuthor:Date:2015-10-29
World-class blade-free LASIK is just one of several treatments for astigmatism available at Maple Eye and Laser Center, our White Plains, NY eye care center.
At Maple Eye and Laser Center, we offer a range of treatments for farsightedness to our White Plains patients, including LASIK surgery to reshape the cornea and improve the way that light is focused on the retina.
Many people who come to our practice have nearsightedness (myopia), which is a common refractive error that can be treated with relative ease. Let's take a moment to consider how nearsightedness can be treated.
LASIK is a safe and effective treatment for myopia, hyperopia, and astigmatism, yet patients should keep in mind that there is a chance of negative side effects and surgical complications.
Categories:Eye Care, LasikAuthor:Date:2015-06-30
LASIK will likely result in some side effects for patients, and knowing how to deal with those side effects can make the recovery period more comfortable.
Categories:Eye Care, Cataract SurgeryAuthor:Date:2015-06-15
June is Cataract Awareness month, and Dr. Howard S. Kornstein of Maple Eye and Laser Center wants to help patients understand how cataracts can be treated and prevented.
Categories:Eye Care, LasikAuthor:Date:2015-05-30
LASIK has become the standard in laser vision care because it is a safe procedure that has been proven to be highly effective. Call 914-948-5157 to schedule an appointment.
Categories:Lasik, Eye CareAuthor:Date:2015-05-15
While LASIK is highly effective and very safe, it does carry certain risks. Read on to learn more about LASIK side effects and what we do to minimize them at our White Plains ophthalmological practice.
Categories:Eye Care, IOLs, Cataract SurgeryAuthor:Date:2015-03-30
If you have been told that you suffer from cataracts and have significant or complex vision problems such as presbyopia or astigmatism, a premium IOL may be able to help you
Categories:Lasik, Eye CareAuthor:Date:2015-03-04
Prior to LASIK, patients will receive a thorough set of pre-operative instructions that will help to ensure the safety and success of treatment.
Categories:Eye Care, Eye ExamsAuthor:Date:2015-02-10
Dr. Howard Kornstein of Maple Eye and Laser Center, is sharing some simple yet effective tips for improving vision and enhancing eye health for 2015.
Categories:Cataract Surgery, Eye CareAuthor:Date:2015-01-29
The primary risk factor for cataracts is age. Once a person hits the age of 60, his or her risk of developing cataracts increases dramatically with each passing year.
The ideal candidates for LASIK are people who have blurry or unclear vision as a result of refractive errors, which mean light is not properly focused as it passes through the eyes.
Categories:Lasik, Side EffectsAuthor:Date:2014-12-03
Side effects after LASIK surgery are a common thing and simply a sign that your body is responding to surgery and properly recovering.