Mr. David J Pinhas M.D.
Ophthalmologist2118 Coney Island Avenue Suite 2 Brooklyn NY, 11223
Dr. David Pinhas is an ophthalmologist practicing in Brooklyn, NY. Dr. Pinhas specializes in eye and vision care. As an ophthalmologist, Dr. Pinhas can practice medicine as well as surgery. Opthalmologists can perform surgeries because they have their medical degrees along with at least eight years of additional training. Dr. Pinhas can diagnose and treat diseases, perform eye operations and prescribe eye glasses and contacts. Ophthalmologists can also specialize even further in a specific area of eye care.
Education and Training
Albert Einstein College of Medicine - Yeshiva University 1990
OphthalmologyAmerican Board of OphthalmologyABO
Mr. David J Pinhas M.D.'s Expert Contributions
The general answer is redness, pain, or loss of vision. This list is not complete, but it covers 95% of real urgencies. Best Regards, David J. Pinhas, M.D. READ MORE
Most patients experience mild irritation/discomfort for a few days. Some people complain for weeks of a foreign body sensation. It’s very individualized, but the vast majority are very comfortable quickly. Best Regards, David J. Pinhas, M.D. READ MORE
Although it is not possible to diagnose your problem without an exam, look up home treatment for blepharitis, a common cause of your symptoms. If that doesn’t help in a week or two, then you should follow up with a doctor. READ MORE
Give it a week to 10 days. If not happy with your vision, follow up with your doctor. Best Regards, David J. Pinhas, M.D. READ MORE
First, make sure you are comfortable with your contact lenses. Then , give yourself a break in the evenings when you’re home. Always remove your lenses if you have any eye discomfort, and call your doctor if it doesn’t resolve in a short period of time. Best Regards, David J. Pinhas, M.D. READ MORE
Yes. Start by getting a comprehensive eye exam Best Regards, David J. Pinhas, M.D. READ MORE
The first possibility is that you are straining your eyes to see well. Best Regards, David J. Pinhas, M.D. READ MORE
These images are not enough to answer your question. Please ask the doctor who examined you for their impressions Best Regards, David J. Pinhas, M.D. READ MORE
Your questions are likely answered by the information that you supplied. Look closely and you will find that the answer came to light “long after”. You should know one important truth in medicine: when we can’t find the problem, it’s not in the eye. Best Regards, David J. Pinhas, M.D. READ MORE
If you are still experiencing these symptoms after 10 days, you should return with your glasses to have the issue evaluated. READ MORE
Unfortunately, this excellent question has too long an answer for this forum. You really need a complete eye exam to offer you a reasonable answer. Best Regards, David J. Pinhas, M.D. READ MORE
Please see an eye doctor immediately. An optometrist or ophthalmologist is equally good. You must rule out infection among other possibilities. Best Regards, David J. Pinhas, M.D. READ MORE
The word recover is a bit vague. You leave the doctors office a short while after the laser procedure, and go home or complete your errands as planned. The treated eye will be blurry for at least a number of hours, but should return to baseline by the following morning. You may have some aim and soreness or light sensitivity for some time. The doctor will guide you through that Best Regards, David J. Pinhas, M.D. READ MORE
Consider seeing a cornea specialist, or an ophthalmologist that specializes in meibomian gland disease. Best Regards, David J. Pinhas, M.D. READ MORE
Your excellent questions should be answered by a glaucoma specialist after a complete consultation. READ MORE
Only minimal improvement in vision can be expected. Nearly all patients this age and older , state that they didmt feel the improvement Best Regards, David J. Pinhas, M.D. READ MORE
It would be best to see an ophthalmologist who can drain it in the office. READ MORE
Unfortunately, the picture that you supplied is not helpful in giving you an answer. READ MORE
Hi. Please tell your parents to give all this information to your pediatrician. Best Regards, David J. Pinhas, M.D. READ MORE
A patient who undergoes uncomplicated lasik is usually seeing well one day after the surgery Best Regards, David J. Pinhas, M.D. READ MORE
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