Dynamic Eye Care Services in White Plains New York

CATARACTS

Cataracts are clouds of protein that can blur your vision and interfere with your daily life. They are most often caused by aging, but can also result from congenital factors, injury, or other medical conditions. Our doctors can diagnose cataracts and recommend a course of treatment. We also offer sophisticated laser-assisted cataract surgery to restore your vision.

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DRY EYES

Your eyes require healthy tears to keep them moisturized, lubricated, and able to fight infection. When your tear ducts and ocular glands are producing an insufficient amount or quality of tears, you may experience irritation, blurred vision, or even tears running down your cheeks as your eyes attempt to compensate for dryness. Dr. Howard S. Kornstein has specialty training in cornea and external eye disease, so he can help diagnose and treat your dry eyes. Our treatment options include prescription lipiflow, eye drops, oral medications, topical treatments, and temporary punctual plugs.

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GLAUCOMA

Your eyes require healthy tears to keep them moisturized, lubricated, and able to fight infection. When your tear ducts and ocular glands are producing an insufficient amount or quality of tears, you may experience irritation, blurred vision, or even tears running down your cheeks as your eyes attempt to compensate for dryness. Dr. Howard S. Kornstein has specialty training in cornea and external eye disease, so he can help diagnose and treat your dry eyes. Our treatment options include prescription eye drops, oral medications, topical treatments, and temporary punctual plugs.

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COMPREHENSIVE OPHTHALMOLOGY

Our practice offers full ophthalmological services to cover your every need. Our doctors handle ocular emergencies. We also diagnose and treat the vast majority of eye problems in patients of all ages, from 6 to 106 years old. We want to provide excellent care to the whole family at our convenient locations.

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DIABETIC RETINOPATHY

Patients with diabetes are more likely to suffer from eye conditions, the most common of which is diabetic retinopathy. When blood vessels in the retina become damaged, the eye can no longer process visual information, and patients may experience loss of vision or even blindness. We offer the full range of treatments to patients who suffer from diabetic retinopathy, including surgery and laser treatment.

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MACULAR DEGENERATION

Macular degeneration involves the deterioration of the macula and retina, and can compromise central vision. This condition usually occurs with age and is the most common cause of acute vision loss in patients over 60 years of age. Dr. Rosenbaum also provides effective treatment options to slow the progression of this condition, including vision aids, laser therapy, and other medications.

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EYE ALLERGIES

Redness and irritation due to eye allergies can interfere with your daily life. The most common triggers are weeds, dust, pet dander, grass, and pollen. Eye allergies can be seasonal or last throughout the year. Fortunately, our doctors can help diagnose and treat your eye allergies.

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KERATOCONUS TREATMENT

Keratoconus is a condition that affects the shape and structure of the cornea, and causes the cornea to gradually become more conical, rather than round, in shape. This can result in blurry vision. Our doctors can fit you with special contact lenses or perform corneal implant surgery with Intacs® to maximize your vision potential without invasive surgery.

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EYE TRAUMA

The eyes are fragile organs and ocular injuries can be difficult to treat. Having a small cut in the eye or a particularly troublesome speck can be extremely irritating, making it difficult to focus on anything else. Our experienced ophthalmologists can treat a full range of eye trauma cases, including injuries incurred around the house, sports injuries, or injury resulting from an object flying into the eye.

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FLOATERS AND FLASHES

Floaters are tiny clouds or debris that appear to be moving through your field of vision, whereas flashes are moments of bright light. In most cases, floaters and flashes are harmless, but they can also be an alarming symptom of retinal detachment. If you see floaters or flashes, our physicians can perform an eye examination and provide a proper diagnosis.

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LOW VISION

Not being able to see clearly can keep you from reading, working, driving, or even watching television. Kerry Keely, Doctor of Optometry, can help patients with reduced vision achieve maximal vision function with therapy.

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CONTACT LENS FITTING

For many patients, contact lenses are an attractive, convenient alternative to glasses, but finding the right kind and learning how to use them can be difficult. Dr. Keely helps patients who are new to contact lenses and those who have trouble finding their perfect fit to make sure they are comfortable and happy with their lenses.

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FUCH'S CORNEAL DYSTROPHY

Fuch's Corneal Dystrophy is an eye disease in which the innermost layer of cells (the endothelium) degenerates. The endothelium is responsible for maintaining clear vision by regulating the amount of fluid in the cornea. The cause is often unknown and can only be diagnosed through a comprehensive eye exam. Our surgeons offer a number of different treatments, depending upon how advanced the disease has progressed.

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PTERYGIUM (SURFER'S EYE)

Pterygium is a common eye condition that affects patients who spend a lot of time outdoors, which is why it is also known as Surfer's Eye. Pterygium is a non-cancerous lesion that shows as a growth of pink, fleshy tissue on the white portion of the eye, and is thought to be caused by prolonged exposure to ultraviolet light. Our surgeons will try to remedy the condition through a series of eye drops. If the disease progresses to a point where conservative treatments have failed, we may suggest surgery to remove the lesion.

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GET IN TOUCH WITH US

914-948-5157

Monday8:00am - 5:00pm
Tuesday11:00am - 7:00pm
Wednesday8:00am - 5:00pm
Thursday8:00am - 5:00pm
Friday8:00am - 5:00pm
SaturdayBy Appointment Only
SundayClosed
Available for Emergencies
Please contact us if you have a question, or would like to schedule an appointment. We look forward to hearing from you soon.