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OCLI Answers Your Eye Questions: What is Presbyopia?

What Do You Know About Presbyopia (pres·by·o·pi·a)? It’s a fact: everybody gets old. It seems turning 50 comes with a bouquet of black balloons, corny jokes and strange health complications. Our body begins to change…and sometimes it frustrates and betrays us. Your eyes are no exception. They age as your body ages and changes. A… Read More


OCLI Answers Your Eye Questions – I was diagnosed with Cataracts

Ophthalmic Consultants of Long Island is experienced in answering any questions our patients or potential patients may have. Whether you’re curious about preventative eye health, treatment options, or have specific concerns about a procedure, we’re more than happy to help. Below, we address a question about cataract diagnosis. Q: I have been diagnosed with cataracts in… Read More


4 Ways You Can Protect Yourself from Diabetic Eye Diseases

Everyone should do what they can to protect their eyes but this is especially important for diabetic patients. Diabetic patients are at higher risk for developing certain eye diseases such as glaucoma or cataracts. When your blood sugar gets too high it can lead to things like blurry vision and retinopathy. Diabetes is the leading… Read More


The Quick Cheat Sheet to Cataracts

For many people cataracts are an inevitable part of aging. If you don’t develop cataracts yourself, you will likely know someone in your family or circle of friends that will suffer from this form of vision loss. For those who want to be armed with info for themselves or to support a loved one, this… Read More


Welcome to Dr. Martin Weinhoff, MD!

Ophthalmic Consultants of Long Island Announces New Practice in Hewlett, NY Respected ophthalmologist Martin Weinhoff MD joins OCLI at the new location Westbury, NY March 1, 2017 – Ophthalmic Consultants of Long Island (OCLI) is excited to announce they have purchased a new location to better serve the Nassau County community. As of March 1,… Read More


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