When it comes to diseases that affect the eye, the earlier a condition is detected, the easier it is to manage. Accomplishing this takes medical expertise and the latest diagnostic tools. You’ll find that and more at the NYU Langone Eye Center.
Diagnosis and Treatment of Glaucoma
Our physicians provide medical and surgical care for people with glaucoma.Learn More About Glaucoma
Our ophthalmologists care for adults and children. We manage all conditions that affect the eye, including glaucoma, cataract, macular degeneration, and diabetic retinopathy. We also specialize in oculoplastic surgery, which is used to treat people with conditions that affect the eyelid and tear duct.
Our practice is led by Dr. Kathryn Colby, whose research has led to significant advances in treating complex diseases of the cornea and ocular surface.
Our team of ophthalmologists performs the latest surgical techniques, including minimally invasive glaucoma and vitreoretinal surgery, endoscopic orbital and skull base surgery, and cornea transplant. We also perform hyperspectral imaging, which allows us to look at the chemical makeup of the retina and detect any irregularities that could signal disease.
Experts at the Eye Center’s ocular imaging laboratory develop and study advanced diagnostic imaging technologies. At the Eye Center’s Ophthalmic Imaging Research Laboratory, we study conditions that affect the retina, including macular degeneration. Our research is leading to new treatments for glaucoma, macular degeneration, diabetic retinopathy, and a host of other conditions.
222 East 41st Street, Third and Fourth Floors, New York, NY, 10017
7901 Fourth Avenue, Suite A4, Brooklyn, NY, 11209
149 Pierrepont Street, Brooklyn, NY, 11201
43-70 Kissena Boulevard, Flushing, NY, 11355
1200 South Avenue, Suite 204, Staten Island, NY, 10314
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