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Long Island Eye Doctor | November 25, 2015

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“Your Look, Your Vision, Our Focus”

October 9, 2015 |

Optix Family Eyecare is moving to a new office in mid-November 2015. We will still be conveniently located next to Trader Joe’s in the Woodbury Plaza shopping center in Plainview. We will have a sleek new look that transcends today’s … Read More

Shopping for the Right Spectacle Frame

October 2, 2015 |

When shopping for prescription eyeglasses, customers are faced with a plethora of design choices. Each spectacle frame is made in a particular shape, size, and color. Choosing the right frame selection is important. The prescription and lens quality are critical … Read More

We’re Expanding: Exciting Times are Ahead for Long Islanders with Eyecare Needs

July 31, 2015 |

We are very excited to have been recently voted as the “Eyecare Center For Excellence.” Optix is building a larger and more sophisticated office to improve patient care and comfort. In the fall, we will be moving right next door and therefore have little … Read More

Can I Protect My Eyes From Computer Use?

July 17, 2015 |

In today’s world, we are surrounded by computers and smart devices everywhere we turn. Most of us utilize these devices on a daily basis. Some of us use them in excess, whether for work, study, or when playing games. So, … Read More

A Vision to Give

May 8, 2015 |

Who would have thought that one mission trip could supercharge a giving attitude? My parents are very charitable people. There isn’t a charity to which my parents don’t donate, even if it’s just $10. My grandparents were very charitable as … Read More

The Gift of Reading

May 1, 2015 |

Yesterday, I had the pleasure of reading aloud to Mrs. Kirsch’s 2nd grade class at a local elementary school here in Plainview, NY. I was invited as a guest speaker through the PARP program – Parents As Reading Partners. PARP … Read More

Special Lenses for Special Needs

March 6, 2015 |

Eyeglasses are not helpful if they do not do the intended job.  Contact lenses are not helpful if they don’t correct the vision to an acceptable level or they cause dry eyes or other issues.  On the other hand, specialty … Read More

Great Vision, No Glasses – Why You Still Need an Eye Exam

February 27, 2015 |

Some of my friends and family boast about their “20/20 vision” without glasses! As an optometrist, it’s not uncommon for me to hear all about a person’s vision issues… even outside of the exam room.

Here are some of the … Read More