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Manhattan Specialty Care is a multi-specialty practice with a top rated, award winning physicians sited in prominent media outlets

Best rated NYC Eye doctors Dr. Saba Khodadadian and Dr. Richard L. Deluca provide a full range of Optometry & Ophthalmology procedures including LASIK, Cataract Surgery, Specialty Contacts using latest techniques and technologies available in USA.

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NYC Eye doctor diagnoses astigmatism through a comprehensive eye exam. The testing process analyzes how well your eye focuses light by testing through a series of magnification lenses on the eyes.  Top Optometrist and Ophthalmologist of Manhattan Eye Specialists has access to a technically advanced, state-of-the-art surgery center to diagnose and treat such conditions.

Astigmatism Treatment NYC Eye Doctors
  • Astigmatism Correction
    Astigmatism is like nearsightedness and farsightedness; it can be corrected with prescription eyeglasses, astigmatism correction contact lenses or laser eye surgery.
  • LASIK Eye surgery
    Uses a laser to reshape your cornea to correct the refractive error creating the astigmatism. It designed to treat astigmatism, hyperopia (farsightedness) and myopia (nearsightedness)
  • Corneal Cross Linking (CXL)
    Is the name of an eye procedure that strengthens the cornea of your eye that has typically been weakened by keratoconus, LASIK surgery or other corneal diseases. Corneal cross linking is also referred to as C3-R, CCL, KXL and corneal collagen cross linking.
  • Contact Lenses
    There are a variety of other options you may consider when ordering your contacts, depending on your needs, preferences and budget. You can get tinted contact lenses for therapeutic or cosmetic reasons. Multifocal and bifocal contacts come in both hard and soft versions. If you have had trouble adjusting to hard and soft contact lenses, then hybrid lenses may work for you.

Cataracts aren’t contagious, and they can’t travel from one eye to the other. But cataracts may occur in one eye or both eyes independently. While most cataracts are brought on by aging, some types aren’t. These include: Secondary cataracts, Radiation cataracts, Congenital cataracts, Traumatic cataracts

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  • Cataracts
    Cataracts form on the lens of your eye, which is directly behind the iris and the pupil. The lens works like a camera lens, focusing light on the retina in the back of your eye, which then forms an image for your brain.The lens, comprised of water and protein that allows light to pass through while keeping the lens clear, enables you to see far away and close up clearly.
  • Cataract Surgery
    Early cataract formation can be dealt with by improving your vision with anti-glare sunglasses, new eyeglasses, magnifying lenses and brighter lighting. If the cataracts have advanced to the degree where these measures aren’t effective, then cataract surgery is the only remaining treatment.
  • Diabetic Retinopathy
    Diabetic eye disease — known by its medical term, diabetic retinopathy — is an eye issue that specifically affects people who have diabetes. If you are diabetic, you should receive specialized screenings on a regular basis. These tests are called diabetic eye exams.

Glaucoma occurs when the balance of fluids entering and leaving your eye is disrupted, and the flow of fluids out of the eye doesn’t happen the way it should. The resulting high eye pressure damages your optic nerve, which can lead to irreversible vision loss or even total blindness.

If it’s caught in time, medications can restore your eye pressure and halt the progression of the second-leading cause of blindness in the U.S.

Glaucoma Treatment, Trabeculectomy Surgery NYC
  • Glaucoma Surgery (Trabeculectomy)
    Trabeculectomy is a surgical procedure that reduces the intraocular pressure (IOP) that exists inside of your eye if you have glaucoma.

Trabeculectomy is performed by cutting a small hole in the sclera (the wall of your eye) and covering the opening with a thin flap that acts like a trap-door. This allows the liquid (called the aqueous humour) to drain from your eye. It drains into a bleb or small reservoir just under the eye’s surface that’s obscured by your eyelid.

  • Glaucoma Test
    A comprehensive glaucoma exam includes the five following tests:
  1. Tonometry
  2. Ophthalmoscopy
  3. Perimetry
  4. Gonioscopy
  5. Pachymetry

You may be wondering why there are so many tests just for glaucoma. The reason is that it’s not easy to diagnose glaucoma, and there are several varieties of the disease. A precise evaluation of the condition of your optic nerve is essential to glaucoma diagnosis and treatment.

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Best rated NYC Ophthalmologist, Dr. Deluca received the William H. and Judith Turner Award for Excellence in Ophthalmology at New York Eye & Ear Infirmary

Internationally recognized as America’s Top Ophthalmologist and among the top eye doctors in the country, contributor to a multiple industry top Optometry & Ophthalmology citations.

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Best Rated Optometrist & Ophthalmologist in NYC

Extremely professional and took the time to explain his findings,  diagnosis, and treatment options. Made me feel like I was part of the decision making process. Highly recommend him. Saw him twice…once at Upper east side office and once at Gramercy office. Upper east side office is a bit nicer, but he does most procedures and high tech testing at the larger gramercy office, but wait is definitely longer there. ~Vitals

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Review by TN – Vitals

I feel fortunate to have had Dr. Deluca perform cataract removal surgery on each of my eyes, about 4 months apart. This is routine surgery for ophthalmologists but there was
nothing rote about his communications or his treatment of me. He was clear, patient, informal, and thorough in explaining my options, and flexible in helping me sort through them. He welcomed and answered all of my questions at every stage … read more ~Yelp

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Review by J. B. – Yelp

Loved him! My third New York ophthalmologist in the past 2 years. From the minute Dr. Deluca introduced himself, he was personable and we established a quick rapport. Extremely knowledgeable, perceptive to what I needed, cost conscious, and I could not be gladder that I can stop looking for an optho in NYC that I like. ~ZodDoc

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NYC Optometrist, Dr. Saba Khodadadian & Ophthalmologist, Dr. Richard L. Deluca

When you’re seeking gynecological care, you need to know that your OB/GYN has the skills, the tools and the compassion to treat you with respect while getting to the root of your symptoms and arrive at a knowledgeable, accurate diagnosis. Dr. Saba Khodadadian and his team provide a full range of gynecology and obstetrics procedures. You’ll find it in Midtown NYC and on the Upper East Side on Park Avenue all at Manhattan Women’s Health and Wellness:

  • Board Certified OB/GYNs
  • Affiliated with Maimonides Medical Center and NYU Langone Medical Center
  • Specializing in Minimally Invasive, Robotic and Laparoscopic Surgery

One of the only gynecological surgeons in NYC who performs robotic gynecological procedures, Dr. Saba Khodadadian is a pioneer in the field, as few others in the country have mastered the technique. He has published extensively, continues to do research, and serves as an Assistant Professor at New York College of Osteopathic Medicine. Dr. Bral performs many surgical procedures when needed:

NYC Optometrist, Dr. Saba Khodadadian & Ophthalmologist, Dr. Richard L. Deluca

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Top Optometrist in Midtown Manhattan, NYC
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Dr. Saba Khodadadian is a leading NYC Optometrist, Richard Deluca, M.D. is a board-certified ophthalmologist. He graduated cum laude with his undergraduate degree, B.A. in Biology, from Vanderbilt University, Nashville, TN. Dr. Deluca earned his Medical Doctor Degree from Medical College of Virginia, School of Medicine, Richmond, VA.

To give back to the medical community, our Top Optometrist and Ophthalmologist actively participating in the training and proctoring of residents, physicians and other NYC Ophthalmologists. In addition, Dr. Khodadadian and Dr. Deluca a frequently sought-after expert in the media, including regular appearances on major news outlets.

  • The New York Eye and Ear Infirmary
  • American Society of Cataract and Refractive Surgery
  • American Academy of Ophthalmology
  • New York State Ophthalmological Society
  • William H. and Judith Turner Award for Excellence in Ophthalmology at New York Eye & Ear Infirmary

We provide top-quality service to treat a wide range of eye problems including cataracts, glaucoma, dry eye, macular degeneration, diabetic retinopathy, corneal disease and crossed eyes. We also offer LASIK eye surgery.

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Dr. Saba Khodadadian & Dr. Richard L. Deluca are internationally recognized as a top NYC Eye doctors and specialists

At Manhattan Eye Specialists, you’ll find individualized and compassionate Optometry & Ophthalmology care. In our facility we are using latest medical developments available in the United States. Get the care you need in the safe, reassuring hands of an expert.

Conveniently located in Midtown NYC, in the heart of New York City, the Manhattan Eye Specialists centers boast state-of-the-art, certified and approved Optometry & Ophthalmology facilities. Come see the office and meet Dr. Saba Khodadadian and Dr. Richard L. Deluca. Experience, skill, knowledge and compassion: you get it all because you need it all. Make your appointment today.