Syosset Eye Doctors
Syosset is a hamlet and census-designated place located in Nassau County, within the Town of Oyster Bay, Long Island, New York. The community name may derive from Indian term for "place in the pines". The former and merged names include Little East Woods. The notable residents and politicians living in such a great place like Syosset are current Nassau County Presiding Officer Judy Jacobs, Hollywood actress Natalie Portman, and NHL player Richard Park. The LIRR in Syosset has implemented physical and operational solutions. Among the changes are installations of platform gap lighting and camera surveillance systems, shifted platforms, using platform conductors to monitor train boarding, and instructing of crews to announce the gap at the station and to assist passengers. More improvements including changing railroad operation standards and the viable use of retractable gap filters.
Syosset has a Chamber of Commerce and a highly regarded school district. It serves the inhabitants of the community and also serves the hamlet of Woodbury and parts of Plainview and Jericho. The Syosset Central School District operates ten schools with only one high school, two middle schools, and seven elementary schools such as Walt Whitman, Baylis, Willits, Village, Robbins Lane, Berry Hill, and South Grove. The town is known for their competitive schools and quality education. The Syosset High School and Harry B. Thompson Middle School were recognized as a U. S. Department of Education Blue Ribbon School of Excellence. The Our Lady of Mercy Academy is a Catholic College preparatory school for young women that provides a comprehensive education permeated with the charism of Catherine McAuley, foundress of the Sisters of Mercy. As of 2006, it approximated of 6,800 students were enrolled in the district and getting higher as before. Syosset has also many eateries, houses of worship and professional businesses including real estate. The condos are normally ranges from $500,000s- $900,000 depending upon your choice. The Syosset-Woodbury Community Park in Woodbury is the famous tourist attraction in the area that offers many recreational activities such as swimming pools, an ice rink, playground, and lots of more.
North Shore Eye Care serves the residents of Syosset with a variety of concerns including cataract surgery. While cataract surgery has continued to evolve rapidly over the past decade, not all eye surgeons have kept up with these changes. Some of the changes involving cataract surgery is economical as newer equipment designed to increase the safety of cataract surgery can be expensive. Recently, for instance all the major companies that manufacture phacoemulsification machines have all come up with new, excellent models, all designed to increase the safety of your operation.
The other important advance with cataract surgery involves the new intraocular lenses that are now available for patients. Many of these lenses are designed to reduce or eliminate the need for glasses. They come in both multifocal and accommodative designs. Whichever lens you may decide to get you will find that both these lenses are aspheric. In fact anyone who has never had ocular surgery should insist on having an aspheric lens placed in their eye following cataract surgery. The reason for this is that spherical lenses have increasing power as you go from the center of the lens to the periphery which adversely affects the sharpness of images, especially in poor lighting conditions.