Expert Eye Care In Upstate New York

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Why Choose EyesNY

Our doctors are ready to handle your eye health and vision needs. For more than a decade, we have been dedicated to improving the lives of our patients by providing high-quality and comprehensive eye care.

Flexible and Easy Scheduling
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Custom Patient Experience
In-house Surgery Center
Full-scope of Experienced Specialists
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About Our Specialists

Our Focus is Your Vision
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Our specialized team of doctors are ready to assess your needs and give you the high-quality vision care you deserve. We work with cutting-edge technology to identify the root cause of your condition and create personalized treatment plans.

Our caring staff is ready to welcome you and meet your ocular health and vision needs.

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Eye Exams

Protect Your Vision
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Take the first step in your journey to clearer vision. At EyesNY, our ophthalmologists perform routine eye exams designed to give us an insight into your overall vision.

Ensure your vision prescription is up-to-date and identify concerns before they become problematic with routine, annual eye exams.

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Retinal Procedures

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Retinal Procedures

Get Your Vision Back

See the world differently. At EyesNY our thorough diagnostic process is followed by a personalized treatment plan for your retinal condition. Optimize your vision and eye health by visiting our retinal specialists.

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Cataract Services

Detect and Treat
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Modern technology now allows us to improve a cataract patient’s vision. We offer visual exams and personalized attention to identify the early stages of cataracts. Our experienced doctors will help you review the best options to prevent and treat cataracts.

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Glaucoma Treatment

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Glaucoma Treatment

Get Your Vision Back

Don’t let glaucoma steal your sight. At EyesNY we offer a full spectrum of care for the early detection and treatment of glaucoma. This includes medication, laser therapy, and surgery. We are determined to help you slow or prevent vision loss.

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Dry Eye Treatment

Relief For Your Dry Eyes
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Dry Eye Treatment

Relief For Your Dry Eyes

Say goodbye to scratchy, irritated eyes. If you are experiencing dry eye, there are several treatment options that may help alleviate your symptoms. We work with you to develop a treatment plan that is effective, convenient, and comfortable.

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What Our Patients Think

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A couple of years ago I had some blurry vision in one eye. I received an appointment within a couple of days. Dr Hammad and all of the staff were my definition of professional. Two years later my vision has improved and I’m back to my busy life. Thank you all for doing what you do so I could get back to doing what I do.

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Dr Hammad has been my Eye Care Dr for 10 years. He is excellent with my eye care and has prolonged and progressed my eye sight issues due to my diabetes. I would highly recommend him!

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The clinic is very modern, beautiful and clean. I was examined by Dr. Lee who was amazing, very polite and answered all my questions (which can be too much for some).

Frequently Asked Questions

What is the average age to get diagnosed with Glaucoma?

Although anyone can develop glaucoma, the risk of developing it increases if you are 40 or older. When glaucoma affects the eye, fluid starts to build up in the front part of the eye, causing blind spots in your vision. 

In the early stages of glaucoma, there may be no noticeable signs. However, as the condition advances, symptoms may include a gradual loss of vision, blurred vision, halos around lights, and difficulty seeing in low light.

What are the first signs of having cataracts?

Cataract signs are slow to manifest and may be inconspicuous until they reach a more advanced stage. Regular eye checkups are important to identify silent symptoms and promptly start with the appropriate treatment. 

Once cataracts start to develop, signs may include blurry or cloudy vision, light sensitivity, fading or yellowing of colors, poor night vision, and double vision.

What eye conditions and diseases does an Ophthalmologist treat?

An ophthalmologist treats a range of eye conditions, including dry eye, eye floaters, astigmatism, nearsightedness, farsightedness, and presbyopia

Additionally, ophthalmologists also treat eye diseases, such as glaucoma, cataracts, macular degeneration, Graves’ disease, and diabetic retinopathy.

What is the difference between a routine eye exam and a medical eye exam?

Different types of eye exams target different needs. Our specialists will recommend the best option for your case during your consultation. 

A routine eye exam is the most common type of evaluation. It focuses on identifying the state of your vision and measuring eyeglass or contact prescriptions. Additionally, it may include an overall eye health evaluation to check for any potential medical issues.

While similar to a routine eye exam, a medical eye exam identifies medical issues that can’t be corrected with eyeglasses. Whether it's an eye condition or a sign of other health issues, your doctor will help you evaluate and recommend treatment during your medical eye exam. 

What are the symptoms of dry eye?

Symptoms of dry eye syndrome may affect one or both eyes and often include:

  • Burning or gritty feeling in the eyes 
  • Mucus in the eyes
  • Sensitivity to light
  • Eye redness
  • Difficulty seeing at night
  • Watery, stinging eyes
  • Blurred vision

Can glaucoma be cured?

Glaucoma is a life-long condition that has no cure. However, there are multiple treatment options to help with symptoms caused by the intraocular pressure that damages the optic nerve. 

This can be achieved with eye drops, medication, laser treatment, surgery, or a combination of these. Choosing the right procedure will depend on your specific needs and the extent of damage in your eyes.

How are refractive errors treated?

Refractive errors, such as astigmatism, presbyopia, nearsightedness, and farsightedness, affect the way light enters the retina and how the images are processed in our eyes. Treatment options can include prescription eyeglasses, contact lenses, and lens insertion surgery. 

The right approach to your case of nearsightedness will depend on your individual needs and lifestyle. Talking to your eye specialists and performing regular eye exams will ensure you choose the best refractive treatment for your condition.

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Clifton Park
Troy
Saratoga Springs
Queensbury
Malta

658 Malta Ave Ste 101
Ballston Spa, NY 12020

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Clifton Park

1712 U.S. 9
Clifton Park, NY 12065

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Troy

2200 Burdett Street Ste 206
Troy, NY 12180

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Saratoga Springs

414 Maple Ave Ste 200
Saratoga Springs, NY 12866

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Queensbury, NY

535 Bay Road
Queensbury, NY 12804

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Malta
658 Malta Ave., Ste 101
Malta, NY 12020

Phone: (518) 580-0553

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Saratoga Springs
414 Maple Ave Ste 200
Saratoga Springs, NY 12866

Phone: (518) 580-0553

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Clifton Park
1712 U.S. 9
Clifton Park, NY 12065

Phone: (518) 580-0553

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Queensbury
535 Bay Road
Queensbury, NY 12804

Phone: (518) 580-0553

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Troy
2200 Burdett Street Ste 206
Troy, NY 12180

Phone: (518) 580-0553

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