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Cataract Seminar next week to be conducted by Dr John Mauro at North Shore Eye Care

Jun 10, 2011 @ 09:38 AM — by John Mauro

Next week at North Shore Eye Care we will be conducting our monthly cataract seminar which will be given by Dr Mauro. At the Seminar many isues will be discussed including...

Cataract Surgery with the cataract specialists at North Shore Eye Care, New York: Things to know

Mar 11, 2011 @ 10:00 AM — by John Mauro

There are several theories that exist that can cause cataracts including: smoking, diabetes, excessive exposure to sunlight, steroid use and certain other medications. The typical symptoms that may occur (blurry vision, glare around  lights at night, haloes, colors losing there contrast and increased nearsightedness.

Special Cataract Seminar given next week here at North Shore Eye Care

Oct 5, 2010 @ 11:10 AM — by John Mauro

 With October and fall here, North Shore eye care in long island is having its free cataract surgery seminar.  The cataract seminar will be given by one of our board certified cataract surgeons, Dr Zweibel, discussing the details of cataracts as well as cataract surgery. All are welcome to come and refreshments and desert will be served.

Cataract Surgery at North Shore Eye Care, New York with board certified physicians

Sep 14, 2010 @ 08:46 AM — by John Mauro

All of our physicians (Drs Sidney Martin, Jeff Martin, Larry Zweibel, and John Mauro) at North Shore Eye Care are board certified from the American Board of Ophthalmology.  At North Shore Eye Care our surgeons  perform many cataract surgeries each year. Many patients come from all over long island for an evaluation of there cataracts.

Cataract Surgery at North Shore Eye Care with Premium IOL implants

Jul 8, 2010 @ 05:54 PM — by John Mauro

 Premium cataract surgery refers to cataract surgery with usage of some of the newer lens implants.  Patients come from all over long island to obtain a cataract evaluation. 

Cataract Surgery with the cataract specialists at North Shore Eye Care, New York

May 13, 2010 @ 03:40 PM — by John Mauro

When in the early stages, a cataract is usually mild and may only affect a portion of the lens. However,as the cataract grows larger it can make it tougher to  see. Cataracts are like wrinkles in the skin, unfortunately as we get older, there inevitable and develop in both eyes. Here at North Shore Eye Care our board certified ophthalmologists (Dr Martin, Dr Zweibel and Dr Mauro) all specialize in cataract surgery.

Cataract Surgery at North Shore Eye Care with Premium Lens Implants

Apr 26, 2010 @ 09:22 AM — by John Mauro

With Cataract Surgery patients now have many choices in regards to the type of lens implant that will replace their cataract. The ability to be more independent from distance and reading glasses has become a high priority for many patients. Premium implants can be expensive and that is why we offer 0 % financing through Care Credit Financial Services. At North Shore Eye Care in Smithtown New York, we afford our patients the ability to not have to opt out of something that they want in tough economic times.

Cataract Surgery at North Shore Eye Care

Mar 23, 2010 @ 08:53 AM — by John Mauro

At North Shore Eye Care, here in our Smithtown, Long island, we perform the most advanced cataract surgery available. Cataract surgery has come a long way in the last thirty  years. Through the use of conscious sedation, an incision under three millimeters is made in the cornea and the cataract is removed using high speed ultrasound (phacoemulsification). The entire procedure usually lasts about ten minutes. In our practice, needle injections around the eye are rare used and hence  we do not routinely use sutures or patches. This gives our patients who are on anticoagulation (Coumadin, Plavix, Aspirin)the ability to continue there medicine prior to and after surgery. Our patients usually have quick recovery and are able to see right away. We are happy to offer the latest in intraocular lenses in cataract surgery. Dr. Lawrence Zweibel, Dr. Jeffrey Martin and Dr. John Mauro use premium intraocular lenses such as: Crystalens, Acrysof Toric, Restor and Technis.  Therefore