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Caring for Your Contact Lenses

Caring for Your Contact Lenses

Caring for Your Contact Lenses

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...
February Marks Age-Related Macular Degeneration Awareness Month

February Marks Age-Related Macular Degeneration Awareness Month

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...
Glaucoma: The Silent Thief of Sight

Glaucoma: The Silent Thief of Sight

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,...

We at the Ross Eye Institute have been saddened by recent events surrounding race and inequality, but buoyed by the opportunity for lasting change. As healthcare providers, we are in a unique position to lead by example, and to further the goals of diversity and inclusion among our patients, students, and staff. We recognize there are systemic impediments to equal care for all, but we continue to be committed to the provision of excellent healthcare to all patients regardless of race or insurance status. We are proud of our efforts to provide equal access to eye care for all.

Today we renew our commitment to the Buffalo and the Western New York community, and we will continue to treat everyone as equals.​