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Q&A with OCLI: What age is too young to have cataract surgery?

Answer: Most people will develop a mature cataract after the age of 60 due to life’s natural process of aging. The first signs of cataract development may include difficulty seeing street signs especially while driving, a glare or halo effect while driving during the night time, and often times, noticing that your prescription glasses aren’t… Read More


OCLI Expands Glen Cove Presence with New Office Move

January 15, 2018 (Westbury, NY) – Ophthalmic Consultants of Long Island’s (OCLI) has moved its Glen Cove office today. It is now in a larger, more modern facility with eight exam rooms with a focus on an exceptional patient experience and complete eye care services. The new location in the Stop & Shop Shopping Center… Read More


The Most Common Questions About Eye Care

When you were little, did your parents ever tell you that if you crossed your eyes for too long they would stay that way forever? Or that if you eat plenty of carrots your vision will improve? These are common myths many people are told about their vision. Sometimes, we receive so much information that… Read More


Spectrum Vision Partners Welcome New Partnerships in Connecticut

Westbury, New York – December 31, 2017 – Spectrum Vision Partners, a leading management services organization serving the ophthalmology sector, has entered into a strategic relationship with Ophthalmic Consultants of Connecticut (“OCC”), a nationally renowned eye care group and New Vision Cataract Center (“NVCC”), a state-of-the-art ambulatory surgery center serving eye surgery needs, to position… Read More


Could I Have Glaucoma and Not Realize it?

One of the most common questions we hear from patients is, “Could I have glaucoma and not realize it?” And in short, the answer is yes. In fact, many people refer to glaucoma as the “thief of sight” because it can come on so slowly that many people don’t realize they have it. In fact,… Read More