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2022 Jets Vision Assessments

2022 Jets Vision Assessments

On Monday, June 13, 2022, Dr. Hersh, Dr. Greenstein and Dr. Gelles performed vision testing at the Jets training camp in preparation for the upcoming season. We have been team doctors for the New York Jets for over 15 years. J-E-T-S jets jets jets!

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Dr. Greenstein invited by Oculus to lecture on Keratoconus Treatment & Diagnostics

Dr. Greenstein invited by Oculus to lecture on Keratoconus Treatment & Diagnostics

Steven Greenstein, M.D. was invited by Oculus to give a webinar on the Advanced Diagnostics and Treatment for Progressive Keratoconus. He discussed the latest research, a number of case examples and the best modern clinical practices for the diagnosis and treatment of progressive keratoconus. Please take the time to watch the webinar. Whether you are […]

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Dr. Greenstein featured in Chang Reaction Episode 9:

Dr. Greenstein featured in Chang Reaction Episode 9:

In this episode, Dr. Greenstein and Dr. Chang discuss: ★ Can keratoconus be treated with stem cells? ★ What is the new corneal implant, Xenia, from Germany? ★ What are new treatments, including laser treatments, on the horizon for keratoconus?

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Corneal Cross-Linking Treatment Remains Generally Stable 10-years Post Treatment

Corneal Cross-Linking Treatment Remains Generally Stable 10-years Post Treatment

Epi-off corneal collagen cross-linking (CXL) treatment treats progressive keratoconus and ectasia that develops after refractive surgery. The procedure received FDA approval in 2016. Dr. Greenstein and his colleagues conducted a study to determine how well the procedure faired over the years. The study concluded that the treatment appears to remain stable for the majority of […]

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Dr. Greenstein lectures for the International Keratoconus Academy

Dr. Greenstein lectures for the International Keratoconus Academy

On. August 18, 2021, Dr. Greenstein lectured to over 500 doctors on Corneal Inlays: “Past, Present, Future”

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Corneal Tissue Addition for Keratoconus May Improve Visual Acuity

Corneal Tissue Addition for Keratoconus May Improve Visual Acuity

Steven A. Greenstein, MD https://www.healio.com/news/ophthalmology/20210111/corneal-tissue-addition-for-keratoconus-may-improve-visual-acuity-topography

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The Importance of Early Keratoconus Detection with Dr. Hersh

The Importance of Early Keratoconus Detection with Dr. Hersh

The importance of early diagnosis of Keratoconus Peter S. Hersh MDCLEI Center for Keratoconus Dr. Hersh recently commented on an article that looked at referrals for newly diagnosed Keratoconus patients. This study of around 400 patients found that patients are first being diagnosed fairly late in the disease progression. This is important because, given the […]

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Is Contact Lens Wear Safe During the COVID-19 Pandemic?

Is Contact Lens Wear Safe During the COVID-19 Pandemic?

Here at The Cornea and Laser Eye Institute and CLEI Center for Keratoconus we remain dedicated to our patients during this challenging time. Many people want to know; is contact wear safe during COVID-19?  Currently, there is much to learn about COVID-19. We know that transmission of COVID-19 can be made by touching an infected surface […]

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The Cornea and Laser Eye Institute Sponsorship!

Julia Hersh Pony Trials The Cornea And Laser Eye Institute

The Cornea and Laser Eye Institute is proud to sponsor the NJ Regional Horse Trials that were held on June 2, 2018! Julia Hersh, who is a very active participant is volunteering at this event.  We look forward to participating in more events in the future! Good luck everyone and more importantly, have fun! https://www.njregionponyclub.org/nj-regions-horse-trials—6-3-2018.html

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Topography-Guided LASIK

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The cornea is the clear, dome-like outer lens of the eye (like a crystal on a watch). In LASIK, an excimer laser removes tissue from the center of the cornea to flatten its curvature and correct nearsightedness and astigmatism. The laser essentially reshapes the cornea’s front surface. To do this, the corneal stroma (the tissue […]

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