Marine Park sunglasses
Taking care of your eyes is important, and sometimes it can be as easy as wearing sunglasses. Sunglasses can help protect your eyes from glare and bright light, but if your lenses happen to be 100% UV protected, then that means your sunglasses can also help protect your eye health. Here at Brook Plaza Ophthalmology we have plenty of options when it comes to vision care and eyewear. If you are looking for Marine Park sunglasses, then look no further than our eye shop for plenty of designer options and styles to choose from.
There are a few things you should keep in mind when it comes to your eyes. First, they should always feel comfortable and moist. Second, your vision needs to be kept up with, so if you have prescription lenses make sure they are always up to date. And last, but not least, you need to make sure that you are doing all you can to ensure your eyes are healthy which includes regular exams and protecting your eyes from damage. Routine eye exams can help you stay on top of your prescription needs as well as keep up with any treatments or prescription updates. They can also tell you whether you happen to be showing any early signs of disease or other issues. Here at Brook Plaza Ophthalmology, we can provide you with the Marine Park sunglasses you need to protect your eyes on sunny days. It is important that your sunglasses are not just dark enough to make vision more comfortable, but UV protected lenses can also prevent damage, increased risk for disease, discoloration, and sunburn. Here at our optical offices, we can offer you prescription or nonprescription sunglasses in the latest styles. You will find brand names like Anne Klein, Brooks Brothers, Dolce & Gabbana, DKNY, Fendi, Gucci, Prada, Vera Wang, Versace and more in stock, and our team of opticians can help you find the best frames for your face shape and sense of style as well.
If you are on the hunt for the perfect Marine Park sunglasses, visit Brook Plaza Ophthalmology located at 1987 Utica Avenue, Brooklyn, NY.
Marine Park ophthalmologist
Type 1 and type 2 diabetes both require careful monitoring, since they carry with them the very real chance of complications, including those that affect your eyes. Here at Brook Plaza Ophthalmology, you can feel assured that with diabetic eye care provided by a medical doctor, you will have the best opportunity possible to maintain your eye health even under the threat of diabetic retinopathy, the disease that is a possible consequence of having diabetes.
Surging blood glucose may cause you to suffer from diabetic retinopathy, which in turn can result in loss of vision and damage to the blood vessels in your eyes, which once it occurs, may not be reversible. Glaucoma can also occur due to the onset of diabetic retinopathy. In severe cases, there are life threatening implications. Even more alarming, there are usually no early stage symptoms of diabetic retinopathy. Don’t take unnecessary risks. Our Marine Park ophthalmologist recommends that you have a yearly screening and testing for diabetic retinopathy at our office. By doing so, any signs that you have been impacted by diabetes will be detected and action can be taken promptly. Treatments might not be necessary if diabetic retinopathy is caught soon enough. Our Marine Park ophthalmologist will work with you in conjunction with your primary care doctor or diabetes specialist to ensure that your blood sugar is properly regulated. Laser treatments and surgery are possible options for addressing the effects of diabetic retinopathy, particularly if your retinal blood vessels have serious bleeding, or you have experienced a retinal detachment. Prior to diagnosis, if you notice floaters (spots in your field of vision), blurry vision, difficulties perceiving colors, or any degree of vision loss, you should be examined as quickly as possible.
Schedule an appointment with our Marine Park ophthalmologist. Call us today.
Eye test Sheepshead Bay
At Brook Plaza Ophthalmology, we offer both vision screenings and eye test Sheepshead Bay for our patients. It’s important to discern the difference between both types of tests. An eye exam is an exam that checks the eyes as well the health of the eye. It also checks for disease inside the eye and detects symptoms that can point to disease. A vision screening checks the patient’s vision to see whether or not they need glasses, and to test out their vision. A chart is used to determine at what level the eyes can see. 20/20 is perfect vision.
Our eye test Sheepshead Bay is the best way to determine diseases like glaucoma, cataracts, and other eye conditions. Glaucoma and cataracts both can impede vision and cause issues with seeing over time. They come on slowly, and can be caught and treated with an annual eye exam. We recommend our patients come in at least once every year for their eye exams. For vision testing, and refraction for glasses, patients can come in when they feel their eyes may be changing or they need an updated prescription. Patients need to come in annually for contact lens exam updates.
Both exams are essential to your eye health and should be performed annually at the very least to avoid problems in the future with eyes that may have been undetected. Our eye test Sheepshead Bay can check for nearsightedness, farsightedness and other vision issues that need corrective lenses. Corrective lenses help the patient to see better and to enhance their vision. Every patient is different, and has a unique prescription that is tailored to their eyes. Patients may prefer either eyeglasses or contact lenses for their corrective lenses. Both offer various and different options for our patients so that they can see clearly.
Eyeglasses frames Sheepshead Bay NY
Are you seeking multifocal eyeglass lenses? Stop by Brook Plaza Ophthalmology; our optical store is packed with staffers who share a genuine concern for meeting your every eye care need. We can match you with the perfect eyeglasses frames Sheepshead Bay NY!
At Brook Plaza Ophthalmology, our team of friendly and seasoned staff is devoted to protecting and maintaining the eye health of our fellow members of the Sheepshead Bay area. We believe that through careful listening, respect, training, and kindness, we can serve our every client’s eye care needs in an environment where patients of all ages feel relaxed, welcome, and respected. Our wide variety of services includes cataract treatment, comprehensive eye exams, diabetic retinopathy treatments, dry eye treatment, glaucoma treatment, low vision treatment, macular degeneration treatment, optical services, pterygium treatment, ptosis treatment, contact lens treatments, eye glasses treatment, and optical service and repair. Looking for multifocal eyeglass lenses and eyeglasses frames Sheepshead Bay NY? You’ve got options! Lenses come in many shapes and sizes now, spanning from progressives to bifocals to even trifocals. Never heard of any of these categories? Progressive lenses are sometimes called no-line bifocals; they create a gradient of visual correction that allows patients to see clearly at distances that traditional bifocals just can’t match. Progressive lenses allow patients to enjoy a visual experience that’s as closely matched to the way natural vision works (before the onset of presbyopia). They provide a smooth transition from distance viewing to nearby objects, while correcting for objects in-between as well. The gradation of visual correction makes it possible to look up to see far in the distance, look ahead to view a book you’re reading or a computer screen, and then glance downward to do more fine detail work like threading a needle.
To learn more about what our optical store can do for you in terms of offering you excellent eyeglasses frames Sheepshead Bay NY to go with your multifocal lenses, pay us a visit at Brook Plaza Opthalmology today!
Brooklyn cataract surgery
If you are experiencing blurry vision, it is vital you visit our eye doctor to ensure your eyes are in good health, and that it is not an underlying symptom of a more serious condition. Although your blurry vision may be due to something as simple as general near- or far-sightedness, it could also be the early signs of cataracts. A visit to our eye doctor and Brooklyn cataract surgery at Brook Plaza Ophthalmology will help determine and treat whatever the cause of your blurred vision may be.
Cataracts are common in older-aged patients, and develop slowly. Although cataracts do not disturb eyesight early on, they eventually will interfere with vision, so it is important to have your ophthalmologist regularly evaluating your eye health. Cataracts, which can be caused by disease, are a gradual thickening of the natural lens inside the eye, which can cloud, distort, and impair vision. At first, stronger lighting and eyeglasses can help you deal with this condition. But if impaired vision interferes with your usual activities, you might need cataract surgery. Eventually, if left untreated, cataracts will cause blindness. If visual loss is significant, surgical removal of the lens may be warranted. Cataract surgery is the most common eye surgery. During this procedure, a self-sealing small incision is performed, which does not require suture closure and is thus termed “no stitch cataract surgery.” Our Brooklyn cataract surgeon will remove the cloudy lens and implant an artificial, intraocular lens. At Brook Plaza Ophthalmology, our eye care center is also proud to offer new advanced technology intraocular lenses (IOLs), which are designed to reduce or even eliminate your need for glasses following cataract treatment. Also, for patients with low to very high amounts of astigmatism, TORIC IOLs are used to correct the vision. The entire cataract surgery process is completed in less than half an hour and is performed under local anesthesia.
Early diagnosis and treatment can minimize or prevent cataract-related vision loss. That’s why it is so important to get your eyes examined regularly. The search for an eye doctor and cataract surgeon that specializes in this type of eye surgery doesn’t have to be as cloudy as your vision; Brook Plaza Ophthalmology is clearly the destination for your Brooklyn cataract surgery. Call our office or consult our website for more information regarding this procedure, or to schedule an appointment.