Dry Eyes

Dry eye disease has increased over recent years to affect younger adults and even children. Dry eyes is an ocular surface disease that can progress over time. There are many reasons for dry eyes.

Some of the reasons for Dry Eyes include:

Medications, Age, Anatomy of the eye, Personal health, Nutrition, Time spent starring at Screens, The environment, Eyelid disease, Prior eye infections, Contact lens use, Contact lens solutions

There are also many different treatments for Dry eyes. The treatment should be tailored to each patient individually. During a Dry Eye examination, several tests are administered to determine the first course of action. Many treatments take several months to begin working, so the patients must be aware of the time it may take to feel better.

Did you know Dry Eyes affect the way you see?

About Us

We provide comprehensive family eye care. Our services, including the treatment and management of eye disease and visual disorders, adult eye care, infant and pediatric examinations. Our specialties include dry eye treatments, contact lens fittings, Advanced Orthokeratology (Ortho K), and Myopia Control.

Established in 1997, Eye Q Optometrist is a pioneer and leader in the field of nearsighted progression control

Dr. Abraham Zlatin is fellowship-trained in Orthokeratology and Myopia Control. He is also on the board of the American Academy of Orthokeratology and Myopia Control

For parents interested in Ortho K or Myopia Control, please Book your child’s eye  exam with Dr. Abraham Zlatin to streamline your office visit

Services we offer our patients:

Treatment of Eye Disease

In addition to eye exams and vision testing, Dr. Zlatin and our team of optometry professionals provide testing for dry eye disease, glaucoma, cataracts, and macular degeneration. Both our Scarsdale and Upper West Side New York optometrist also offers glasses, contact lenses, and pre- and post-operative care. African-Americans are at higher risk for glaucoma and should have eye examinations every 1 to 2 years before age 40 and every one year after age 40. People with diabetes are at risk for several eye disorders, including diabetic retinopathy, glaucoma, and cataracts, and should have eye examinations every year. MORE.

Adult Eyecare

All adults and adolescent should have eye exams regularly to check for eye health problems. More than just checking your vision, regular eye exams help detect glaucoma, age-related macular degeneration (AMD), cataracts and diabetic retinopathy among other health problems. During an eye exam, an eye doctor reviews your medical history and completes a series of tests to determine the health of your eyes. The exam will evaluate both your vision and the health of your eyes. MORE.

Scleral Lenses – Specialty Contacts

Many optometrists and ophthalmologists recommend scleral contact lenses for a variety of hard-to-fit eyes, including eyes with keratoconus. Because scleral lenses are designed to vault the corneal surface and rest on the less sensitive surface of the sclera, these lenses often are more comfortable for a person with keratoconus. Also, scleral lenses are designed to fit with little or no lens movement during blinks, making them more stable on the eye, compared with traditional corneal gas permeable lenses. MORE.

Pediatric Eyecare

One of the greatest moments after the birth of your baby is the first time your newborn daughter or son opens their eyes and makes eye contact with you. But don’t be concerned if that doesn’t happen right away.

The visual system of a newborn infant takes some time to develop. In the first week of life, your newborn’s vision is quite blurry, and they see only in shades of gray. It takes several months for your child’s vision to fully develop.

Knowing the expected milestones of your baby’s vision development during their first year of life can ensure your child is seeing properly and enjoying their world to the fullest. MORE.

Myopia Control

Some children (and adult) eyes develop myopia and the percentage of people who develop it is increasing sharply. This site is about the science of vision intending to stop or slow its progression. Myopia is getting worse around the world, even to the point of being called an epidemic by some. Myopia Control is a new term for many people today. Myopia has been increasing for children over the last decade at a frightening rate. Dr. Abraham Zlatin is Fellowship trained in myopia control and orthokeratology. Dr. Abraham Zlatin uses specialized technology to achieve the best outcomes for myopia control. Learn more about myopia control today. 

Advanced Orthokeratology

AOK overnight procedure is designed to gently reshape the first few microns of the cornea while you sleep. Once you remove the molds in the morning, your eyesight is clear, the slight change in the curvature of the corneal surface results in clear vision. During waking hours, the dependence on daytime contact lenses or glasses is reduced or eliminated.

The best part about AOK is that it is safe, non-surgical, non-invasive, and reversible. MORE.

Physical Address

New York City: 213 W 79th St. NY NY 212-724-8855

Scarsdale: 1098 Wilmot Rd. Scarsdale NY 914-472-5932

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