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The Ophthalmologist Power List – Dr. Eric Donnenfeld

ERIC DONNENFELD, MD, NAMED MOST INFLUENTIAL IN OPHTHALMOLOGY BY THE OPHTHALMOLOGIST IN THEIR THIRD ANNUAL THE POWER LIST Long Island, NY, April 19, 2018: Recognizing the most influential people around the globe in ophthalmology, The Ophthalmologist, an internationally recognized magazine, named Eric Donnenfeld, MD, of OCLI and Ophthalmic Consultants of Connecticut (OCC) to its third …

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OCLI Hosts Its Latest Continuing Education Event

Thank you to the over 200 optometrists that were in attendance during our latest continuing education event for optometry held yesterday. Glenn Stoller, MD, Gerard D’Aversa, MD, Eric Donnenfeld, MD, Chad Hummel, MD, Marta McKeague, MD, Ronald Caronia, MD, Qanta Ahmed, MD, Daniel Garibaldi, MD and Surajit Saha, MD presented on various ophthalmic topics to …

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OCLI Glen Cove Welcomes The Community

OCLI’s Glen Cove team welcomes the community to their stunning new office during last night’s open house event. Scott Verni, MD, Sima Doshi, MD and Joseph Bacotti, MD are thrilled to offer advanced eye diagnosis and treatments to the community including Laser Cataract Surgery and Advanced Dry Eye Diagnosis and Treatments. Thank you to all …

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This March Marks The 30th Anniversary Of The First Laser Vision Correction Procedure Performed In the World

OCLI’s own Marguerite McDonald, MD performed the world’s first laser vision correction procedure in Louisiana back in 1988. Marguerite McDonald, MD March 25, 2018 marks the 30th anniversary of this extraordinary advancement in vision correction history. The world’s very first laser vison correction procedure was performed by OCLI’s own Marguerite McDonald, MD in 1988. Dr. …

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6 Ways Diabetic Patients Can Improve Their Eye Health

If you are living with diabetes then you know there are many risks that come along with it. Diabetes can lead to nerve and kidney damage and it can also seriously compromise the health of your eyes. Fortunately, there are ways you can proactively take control of your health and reduce your risk for diabetic …

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Q&A with OCLI: LASIK or Cataract Surgery?

Q: Why would my eye doctor tell me I can’t have LASIK if I have the beginning signs of cataracts? A: The cornea, or clear front portion of your eye, and the lens within your eye make up your eye’s optical system. If either the cornea or the lens is damaged or diseased, you most …

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Q&A with OCLI: Headaches and Eye Strain

Q: I work on the computer for several hours and by the end of the day my eyes often burn and I get frequent headaches. Is this going to damage my vision? Are there any tips to prevent eye strain? A: In today’s digitally-immersed world, most everyone spends a considerable amount of time on the …

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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 …

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OCLI Expands Glen Cove Presence with New Office Move

January 15, 2018 (Westbury, NY) – 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 at 189 Forest Avenue, Suite 2C …

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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 …

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