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About The New York Eye Institute
 
In a tradition of excellence, the New York Eye Institute promotes a high quality service to all patients through the progressive, educational experience of our physicians staff and patients. We strongly focus on enhancing the quality of life through blindness prevention, improving vision impairments and advancing ophthalmic knowledge through compassionate patient care and innovative vision research.
 
History
The creation of the New York Eye Institute came about when Dr. Ayman Z. Matta joined Dr. David Langerman at the Langerman Eye Institute in 2004, bringing to the practice his experience and training in anterior segment, cataract and refractive surgery, glaucoma, diabetic eye disease and macular degneration.

Dr. Langerman, a practicing ophthalmologist in Orangeburg, New York since 1968, formed the Langerman Eye Institute and New York Institute Same Day Surgery. Dr. Langerman has been at the forefront of developing and practicing innovative ophthalmic techniques and treatments in his practice in Rockland County .

In a tradition of excellence, the New York Eye Institute promotes a high quality service to all patients through the progressive, educational experience of our physicians staff and patients. We strongly focus on enhancing the quality of life through blindness prevention, improving vision impairments and advancing ophthalmic knowledge through compassionate patient care and innovative vision research.

At the New York Eye Institute we believe in educating our patient care with courtesy and respect.

Affiliations
American Academy of Ophthalmology
American Society of Cataract and Refractive Surgery
International Society of Cataract and Refractive Surgeons
New York Eye and Ear Infirmary
Lenox Hill Hospital
Manhattan Eye, Ear and Throat Hospital
Nyack Hospital
Good Samaritan Hospital
Mercy Ships
Vision Connection
MD Support
Lao Vision Information Center
Children's Vision Information Network
Lighthouse International
National Eye Institute



Diagnostic Facilities
- Multiple examination rooms
- Retinal Photography and Angiography
- Ophthalmic Biometric Ultrasound
- Humphrey Visual Field Analyzers
- Heidelberg Retina Topography


Treatment & Surgical Facilities
- Two operating room theaters
- Wavefront technology
- Miliennium Phacoemulsifier for cataract surgery
- Argon Laser
- Yag post-cataract laser


What Should You Expect?
Realistic expectations are important. The goal of laser vision correction is to reduce your dependence on glasses or contacts – it does not always create perfect vision. Some patients still need occasional reading or driving glasses after the procedure. There are many benefits to laser vision correction, but there are also risks. This is why we use the most advanced technology available to minimize risk and maximize accuracy. After evaluating your eyes, our experts can help you make an informed decision.
 
 
 
 
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