Bronx New York contact lens center
Do you suffer from less than perfect vision? Are you curious whether you might be a good candidate for contact lenses? Give us a call at Katz Eye Center, where you can meet with a compassionate and highly-trained optometrist at our Bronx New York contact lens center who can answer your questions, diagnose your vision problems, and lead you down a personalized treatment path towards clearer vision.
At Katz Eye Center, our staff of friendly professionals and devoted specialists share a genuine concern for the optical health and general wellbeing of our fellow members of the Bronx community. We’re proud to be a pillar of vision health for patients of all ages and offer not only the advanced treatments made possible by our state-of-the-art facility but also a family-friendly environment where our clients can feel welcome, respected, and at-ease. We focus not only on treating vision and eye problems but also on educating our community about how best to handle and avoid these issues, equipping them with the tools they need to protect their eye health for the many years to come. Our wide variety of services includes routine comprehensive eye exams for adults and children, cataract management, treatment, and surgery, premium IOL surgery, refractive lens surgery, laser vision correction, diabetic eye care and laser treatment, glaucoma treatment, and eyeglasses. Wondering whether you might need contact lenses? Book an appointment with one of our specialists at our Bronx New York contact lens center to ensure that you receive the diagnosis and information you need to move forward. There are a variety of contact lenses to choose from, allowing for patients to be matched with an option that complements their lifestyle and budget while mitigating their vision problems. Soft contacts, for example, are a common and comfortable solution for patients suffering from astigmatism, dry eyes, nearsightedness, and farsightedness. Hard contact lenses allow for sharper vision correction but are also less comfortable.
To learn which contact lenses are right for you, book an appointment at Katz Eye Center, a Bronx New York contact lens center you can trust!
Do you think, or have you been told by a doctor, that your eyes are developing cataracts? If so, it is most likely that you will be considering cataract surgery over the coming months or year. Today cataract surgery can be performed by laser, under local anesthesia. There is no discomfort to the patient, and it is very successful in restoring a patient’s clear vision. So, if you think you would like to learn more about this surgery, contact our east Bronx eye surgeon at Katz Eye Center.
Dr. Katz, has been a board-certified ophthalmologist and east Bronx eye surgeon for over 25 years. In our practice, he uses the most cutting edge diagnostic and treatment procedures. One of his many areas of specialty is cataract implant surgery. He also is happy to offer advanced premium lenses for implantation during cataract surgery. Use of these lenses generally means that patients will no longer need glasses after surgery. This is an added benefit of cataract surgery, which has a primary benefit of allowing the patient to see clearly again. Cataracts will begin with blurring vision, and eventually move on to clouding and fully obstructing vision if not treated. Not so long ago, cataract patients had to undergo painful cataract surgery, which included a long recuperation period. However, today patients can undergo cataract laser surgery in usually about 30 minutes, with a very short period of healing.
Our east Bronx eye surgeon sees many patients each month who need cataract surgery. Cataracts are a common problem caused by the normal aging process. Proteins in the eye begin to cluster together, causing the eye’s lens to become clouded. Light becomes scattered as it passes through the lens, resulting in a blurry image. At this point, cataract surgery is the only means of correcting this problem. Luckily, it is a very easy solution. In fact, over 18 million people undergo cataract surgery every year. Before surgery, Dr. Katz and you will determine which lens is to be implanted in your eye. There are two types of lenses to choose from. The two choices are multifocal or monofocal lenses. A multifocal lens will correct both cataracts and presbyopia. You may need to consult your insurance company regarding which type of lens will be covered in your surgery. Lenses can also be implanted which will correct astigmatism. If you are interested in talking to Dr. Katz about having cataract surgery to correct your vision, contact us today at Katz Eye Center to make an appointment.
Katz Eye Center
1931 Williamsbridge Road
Bronx, New York 10461