When considering cataract surgery, let the ophthalmic surgeons of North Shore Eye Care help you. The eye surgeons of North Shore Eye Care are experts in the field of cataract surgery. Cataract surgery is the most commonly performed surgical procedure in the United States.
Tinnitus is a medical condition characterized by persistent ringing in one or both ears which can only be heard by the affected person. According to the American Tinnitus Association (www.ata.org) tinnitus affects over 50 million Americans. For some people, the sounds may come and go, and for others, they experience symptoms 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. For some people, tinnitus is a slight annoyance, and for others it is a severe disruption to everyday life. There is no one "cure-all" for tinnitus, but there are many options available for those who seek assistance. Contact North Shore Eye Care & Hearing for a complete audiological & tinnitus evaluation today.
Summer time is almost officially here and it is always important to be aware of eye protection when performing certain activities such as fishing, camping, swimming.......
Diabetes is now the leading cause of new blindness in Americans between the ages of 25 to 74
At North Shore Eye Care our surgeons perform over a thousand cataract surgeries each year, using advanced techniques such as topical anesthesia, no needle injections or eye patches. All of our doctors at North Shore Eye Care are specialized in advanced laser cataract surgery.
North Shore Eye Care, is proud to be the the 2016 official LASIK Providers of the New York Mets! The board certified ophthalmologists of North Shore Eye Care are....
Today’s hearing technology is well-designed to improve the quality of life for countless people with hearing loss. Industry research continues to offer new and exciting developments that have advanced the entire hearing aid industry. Modern instruments allow most wearers to hear speech regardless of direction and background noise. These devices are now wireless and digital and often smartphone capable.
Glaucoma is the term used to describe a group of eye diseases in which the intraocular pressure (pressure within the eyeball) is increased and causes progressive damage to the optic nerve. (The optic nerve is like a telephone trunk line - it is composed of 1.2 million small fibers and transmits images from the eye to the brain.) As the optic nerve is slowly damaged, characteristically shaped blind areas develop that can progress to loss of vision or even total blindness, usually painlessly.