EYE CARE SERVICES AT LONG ISLAND VISION AND CONTACT LENS SERVICES
No matter what you need for your eyes, we will provide it! We use the latest technology and cutting-edge treatments so you can benefit from optimal eye care services. Our experienced, caring optometrists will greet you warmly into our offices in Huntington Station and Lake Grove, NY.
We can take care of all your vision and eye health requirements whether you come in for a comprehensive eye exam, visual testing, pre-op consultation for LASIK or co-management for an ocular disease. You can trust our eye doctors and staff to strive to make your experience personalized, professional and efficient.
LensCrafters Eye Care in Huntington Station and Lake Grove, NY
Our office is furnished with modern diagnostic equipment and a comfortable atmosphere. Our optometrists will dedicate the time to meet with you to discuss your lifestyle, health condition, and visual requirements. We take pride in customizing our eye care to meet each individual’s unique needs. With a complete range of comprehensive services, we are a family-friendly practice. Your eyesight matters to us, and using our top optometric tools and first-rate skill, we aim to promote healthy eyes and sharp vision for all ages.
Vision screening and vision correction is only a part of our medical services. We encourage all of our patients to come in routinely for comprehensive eye exams, which are a trusted way to diagnose many common eye diseases. Even if you experience no symptoms, we will inspect your eyes carefully for any signs of a problem. If you are diagnosed with an ocular disease, we will co-manage your eye health to prevent future vision loss. In the event of an eye emergency or infection, we’re qualified to treat you.
Our staff will also help alleviate the symptoms of other ocular conditions, such as dry eyes and allergies. Whether you are a new or returning patient, we look forward to seeing you in our Huntington Station and Lake Grove vision centers inside LensCrafters.
Check out our services below and contact us to reserve your appointment today!
OUR EYE CARE SERVICES
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Amblyopia, also called "lazy eye", is a condition where the vision doesn't develop properly. The brain starts to rely more and more on one eye (stronger eye) while vision deteriorates in the other. Early detection and treatment are crucial, especially during infancy and childhood, to prevent permanent loss of vision.
Vision Therapy and Brain Injury
Vision Therapy can be very effective in the treatment of visual problems related to neurological conditions and traumatic brain injuries. Each vision therapy program is tailored to each patient and their specific needs.
Patching or Vision Therapy For Lazy Eye?
Amblyopia, commonly referred to as Lazy Eye, occurs when the brain and the eye are not working in unison, resulting in decreased vision in an eye that otherwise seems healthy. The only treatment available which treats the amblyopia and not just the symptoms is Vision Therapy, also known as Development Optometry.
An eye emergency occurs any time you have a foreign object or chemicals in your eye, or when an injury or burn affects your eye area. Visit us for treatment of red eyes, pink eye, sore eyes, foreign body removal and any eye emergencies.
Orthokeratology, commonly known as ortho-k, is a nonsurgical alternative to LASIK surgery. It consists on a specific type of rigid gas-permeable contact lens is worn at night to gently and temporarily reshape the cornea.
While there’s no cure for Myopia, there are some treatments which may slow down its progression in children and young teens. This is called Myopia Management.
A comprehensive eye exam is more than an eye test for updating a prescription. Using the latest technology, your eye doctor will go beyond assessing just your visual acuity. The exam includes testing for common eye diseases, as well as an evaluation of your retina, optical nerves, and retina blood vessels.
Regular eye exams are important during infancy and childhood. Due to constant muscle and tissue development, your child's eyes can change significantly in as little as a year.
Find out more about conditions that can affect your vision. Their causes, signs and symptoms you should be aware of, how they are diagnosed and some of the treatment options we offer.
We provide treatment, management and consultation for any eye disease including Macular Degeneration, Glaucoma, Conjunctivitis, Contact lens related concerns, eye infections, dry eye, binocular vision disorders.
Utilizing cutting edge technology, we diagnose and manage, with greater precision, diseases such as Glaucoma, Macular Degeneration, Diabetic Retinopathy and Cataracts.
Lasik or Laser Vision Correction
Refractive eye surgery is optional eye surgery used to improve the refractive state of the eye and decrease or eliminate dependency on glasses or contact lenses. Speak with us and find out more.
Low vision is a vision problem that makes it difficult to do day-to-day activities. It can't be corrected with glasses, contact lenses, or other standard treatments like medicine or surgery.
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Prolonged hours in front of a screen can cause a wide variety of eye and vision problems. Symptoms include eye discomfort and fatigue, dry eye, blurry vision, and headaches.
Eye allergies, also called “allergic conjunctivitis,” are a common eye condition. At Long Island Vision and Contact Lens Services our eye doctors offer a wide variety of eye allergy treatments.
Neuro-optometric rehabilitation is an individualized treatment regimen for patients with visual deficits as a direct result of physical disabilities, traumatic brain injuries, and other neurological insults.
Scleral contact lenses help optimize visual acuity and offer comfort for dry eyes, irregular corneas and hard-to-fit eyes. They are also very helpful for keratoconus, astigmatism and other eye conditions.