Category: ophthalmology miami
Welcome Dr. Daniel Montenegro, Cornea Specialist: Joins CEEC Today!
Today is an exciting day because it is the first day of the new year of 2020, a very exciting year in the eye world! But it is also a VERY exciting day specifically here, at The Center for Excellence in Eye Care because we have a new member joining our all-star surgeon team. Join… Read More
Thank You for 23 Years: Dr. Jack Gabay Retires From The Center for Excellence In Eye Care
You may find him walking around our office in sunglasses, and in the last few weeks, a tie. Originally from New York, Dr. Jack Gabay graduated with his medical degree from the State University of New York in Buffalo, New York. As many of us appreciated, Dr. Gabay completed residencies in internal Medicine at Sinai… Read More
Contact Lenses Flushed in Toilets Causing Massive Pollution Crisis
A very recent online article by the Daily Mail has reported that more than 780 million used plastic contact lenses in the United Kingdom are being disposed of every single year. 97% of those 780 million are either thrown in the trash or flushed away instead of being recycled. Why should we care? This… Read More
Qualifying for Social Security With Vision Loss
Qualifying for Social Security With Vision Loss If you or someone you love has vision loss that makes it impossible to work, you may be eligible for financial assistance. The Social Security Administration (SSA) offers monthly disability benefits for people in need. If you’re approved for disability, you’ll be eligible for monthly assistance that… Read More
Corneal Specialist Matthew Shulman, MD Joins Center for Excellence in Eye Care!
Today, we are excited to announce that we have gained a new member of the elite Center for Excellence in Eye Care Doctor Team! Dr. Matthew Shulman, MD is a cornea and anterior segment surgeon who has joined our practice officially today, August 12th, 2019! A graduate of Stanford University where he was elected to… Read More
Thank You for 23 Years: Dr. Eugene Eisner Retires
June 27, 2019 will be an important day as The Center for Excellence in Eye Care says thank you to Dr. Eisner as he embarks on his well-earned retirement. Eugene Eisner, MD was a founding member of the Center for Excellence in Eye Care when our practice formed in 1996. Before helping form our Center,… Read More
Mysteriously lost a contact lens? The truth behind what could have happened.
A recent article published in Australia really made us think we needed to share some information with our patients and our followers about contact lens safety. We get calls and questions about patients who believe contact lenses may be stuck in “backs of their eyes”. None of these stories are meant to frighten you, they… Read More
Do you give your child an iPad? Could this affect their health? Dr. Richard Simon interviewed by PBS on Baptist Health Channel
Dr. Richard Simon was interviewed just a few weeks ago by PBS on the Baptist Health Channel. His interview covers so many incredible topics that we are asked by our patients everyday. It begins with what technology has caused us…”Computer Vision Syndrome” or “CVS” which is something the majority of our patients have suffered symptoms… Read More
What does a cataract feel like?
Patients who have recently had their cataract surgery with us, always share some incredible aspects of what changed in their lives after their surgeries, what they can see better now, how the colors are brighter and everything is “crisper.” Not so often is it that we find articles in the New York Times where an… Read More
Dr. Buznego & Dr. Trattler Lecture at Bascom Palmer Eye Institute
Bascom Palmer Eye Institute hosted a meeting titled Interactive Consultations in Cornea & Refractive Surgery, in February of this year. Two of our surgeons are both considered Bascom Palmer Institute faculty as “Voluntary Assistant Professors of Ophthalmology.” They presented the latest research on 2 very relevant, talked about topics in ophthalmology right now. Dr. William… Read More