Every day in my ophthalmology practice in Brooklyn and in Rego Park I see people who are not clear about the nature of a very common eye condition called cataract. I would like to address this issue, explain what cataract is, and discuss how we treat it and most importantly when to treat it. To... read more
Real patient case from my practice: A 45 year old nurse, Anna K., was referred to my practice by another New York ophthalmologist after having LASIK eye surgery at another eye center. She stated that the surgery went great but that she was still unhappy. Apparently, she was nearsighted before her LASIK surgery and couldn't... read more
"Doctor, I think I am going crazy, I keep seeing a black fly and when I try to hit it, it's not there, and then a second later it reappears again!"
Are you seeing dark spots, lines, spider webs, flies, or flashing lights? Dr. Giyaur, a board-certified and experiences New York ophthalmologist, discusses where these "floaters" and flashes come from and what to do about them.
Many people believe that Laser Vision Correction might not be safe for active people that enjoy sports. In this post, Dr. Giyaur, a NYC ophthalmologist in Brooklyn and Queens, discusses the new safe method of vision correction called LASEK. Soccer, baseball, football, tennis, and basketball players enjoy sharper, clearer vision without glasses or contacts, after LASEK done by Dr. Giyaur, without compromising on safety.
Describing common refractive errors, such as myopia (nearsightedness), hyperopia (farsightedness), astigmatism, and presbyopia. Also discussing different methods of correcting them such as glasses, contacts, Laser Vision Correction (LASIK, Epi-LASIK, and LASEK), and intraocular lens implants.