We specialize in refractive LASIK, PRK and cataract surgery, as well as surgical and non-surgical treatments of eye conditions that result from glaucoma, diabetics, and other retinal disease. We use cutting-edge technology such as Visx S34, Amdadeus, HRT, Oculight GL and other ophthalmic equipments. We always keep up with the latest technology since eye care industry is always evolving.


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  City Palisades Park , NJ
  Zip Code 07650
  Address 540 Bergen Boulevard
  Phone Number (201) 461-3970

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Babies aged just 7 months have the ability to respond to parents and elders’ eye cues, says new research. We all know that eyes play an important role in presenting one’s expressions and emotions. Moreover, the white part of the eye called sclera
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A new company uses technology to take a close-up photo of the eye, which it then edits to isolate and enhance the iris, showing its patterns and vibrant colors. The image can then be printed, enlarged and shared online.
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They say the eyes are the window to the soul, but they can also be a window to your genes. Did you know that no two people have the exact same eye color? It’s true! Check it out.
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Everyone has heard myths about what is and isn’t good for your eye health – from eating more carrots to limiting screen time. Unfortunately, many so-called facts are anything but factual.
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If your eyes feel like a sand dune and your vision improves when you blink, you’ve probably got dry-eye syndrome. This used to be considered a women’s thing, caused by hormonal changes at menopause, but thanks to our fondness for staring at screens
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Although their perception of colors is limited, new research suggests that dogs routinely discriminate between objects based on their hue.
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In a series of experiments, psychologists investigate how the brain fools us into believing that we see in sharp detail. They found that our nervous system uses past visual experiences to predict how blurred objects would look in sharp detail.
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When most of us look at a buttercup, we simply see the color yellow, but one artist sees a whole host of extra colors around the flower’s edge because she is a tetrachromat and can see 100 times more hues than the average person.
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