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What Are My Options For Glaucoma Treatment? 

Often referred to as the silent thief of sight, glaucoma can cause irreversible damage if not caught and treated timely. Have you wondered what you could do to prevent this from happening to your eyesight? By taking care of your eyes and getting regular eye appointments, you can help to prevent vision loss. Keep reading […]


Are Dry Eyes and Allergy Symptoms Connected?  

Dry eyes and allergies often have similar symptoms, which can make it difficult to distinguish one from the other. Having one can also make you vulnerable to the other.  If you already suffer from dry eye, exposure to allergens can worsen your symptoms. Keep reading to learn if dry eyes and allergy symptoms are connected! […]


What Is Telehealth?

To provide the best care, medical professionals all over are engaging in “telehealth”. Telehealth is the act of providing medical support with electronic information. This encourages health education, streamlines administrative duties, and provides long-distance clinical care. Telehealth encompasses various technologies. This includes the internet, social media, live streaming, video conferences, filing, and wireless communication. Keep […]

  • Posted on: Apr 23 2020
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Is A Vision Correction Procedure Safe?

Tired of glasses and contacts? Wanting to get rid of your glasses is a valid desire, but surgery in any form can be intimidating. In many ways, surgery on your eyes can be the most intimidating. Vision correction options like LASIK, PRK, or RLE are popular methods to improve eyesight. The surgeries are all considered […]

  • Posted on: Mar 30 2020
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LASIK – Have No Fears!

What’s your LASIK fear factor? If you’re afraid of the LASIK procedure, you probably don’t know enough about it. Approximately 8 million Americans have undergone the LASIK procedure to permanently correct common vision problems, such as nearsightedness, farsightedness and astigmatism. In many cases, LASIK can even restore 20/20 vision, yet millions of Americans are still […]



Dr. Andrew Miller wins “Top Doctor” award!

Dr Miller was recently recognized as a top ophthalmologist in the May issue of Millburn-Short Hills Magazine. The award was a result of a research team organized by MSP Communications. The “Super Doctors Research Team” asked doctors in the area to nominate one or more local colleagues (excluding themselves) whom they would choose in seeking […]



Research Indicates Multivitamins May Reduce Risk of Cataracts in Men

A new study shows that long-term use of daily multivitamin supplements may lower cataract risk in men. Researchers at Harvard Medical School and Brigham and Women’s Hospital examined data from the Physician’s Healthy Study II (PHS II), which compiled information from nearly 15,000 male doctors age 50 and older. From 1997 to 2011, half of […]


Why more boomers are getting cataract surgery at a younger age

On the morning I got cataract surgery, my ophthalmologist joked it was his “young day,” since all his surgical patients were under 70. I’m 43. I first noticed the haziness in my left eye about this time last year and thought it was a dirty contact. A few months later, I went to my doctor […]


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