Over the past few months, Ross Eye Institute has been busy at work at its Northtowns office in Amherst, working to complete a series of renovations and remodeling projects to deliver a new, enhanced patient experience. The work has recently completed, and as of Sept. 1, the updated space is now open to the public….Read More
Scrapes and skinned knees are commonplace injuries that we’ve all suffered at one time or another. Fortunately, for most of these minor accidents, taking some precautions like cleaning a cut and covering the wound with a bandage will help the body to naturally heal. That’s fine for your skin, but what about scratches to the…Read More
Dr. Sandra Sieminski recently spoke with In Good Health to discuss five tips for your vision and eye health, including diet, family history, smoking and COVID-19 precautions. Read the full article on the In Good Health website.Read More
The University at Buffalo Department of Ophthalmology and the Ross Eye Institute will present the annual Buffalo Ophthalmology Symposium on June 5, 2020. The event will be held at the Millennium Buffalo, located at 2040 Walden Ave. in Buffalo, NY. Discussions and presentations will start at 8 a.m. and run until 3 p.m. Registration is $125 per…Read More
If you’re one of the roughly 45 million Americans who wears contact lenses, taking care of your lenses is an important part of your everyday life. Improper care of contacts can cause infections, abrasions or ocular conditions that can threaten your vision. Are you doing everything you should to keep your vision and contact lenses…Read More
As we age, we are increasingly likely to develop issues with our eyes. For some, this may be as simple as losing a little sharpness of detail – which, after an eye exam to rule out other possibilities, may be addressed as easily as getting a new pair of prescription lenses or corrective contact lenses….Read More
January is National Glaucoma Awareness Month, making this month the best time to learn more about one of the leading causes of blindness worldwide and what you can do to help protect your vision. Due to its often-unnoticeable symptoms early in its development, glaucoma is commonly dubbed the “silent thief of sight” because by the…Read More
Other than the brain, the eyes are the most complex part of the human body. And while the complexity of the eye is necessary for its unique functionality, this same complexity means there are more possibilities for things to go wrong. It’s also why there are many different types of conditions and diseases that affect…Read More
Many different issues can affect vision and the eyes themselves. Sometimes these are caused by environmental factors, such as high pollen counts or bright sunlight. In other cases, the issue is biological, with the body reacting in some way or a failure of the body to perform as expected. And, yet other times, it can…Read More
The American Association of Certified Orthoptists, in collaboration with the Ross Eye Institute and the University at Buffalo Department of Ophthalmology, is hosting “Orthoptics in ‘The Buff,’” the AACO’s 2019 spring meeting. This three-day event, scheduled for Thursday, June 6 through Saturday, June 8, will cover a wide range of orthoptics topics, including student presentations and…Read More
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