Dr. Brian C Salzano M.D.
Ophthalmologist526 Bloomfield Avenue 203 Caldwell NJ, 07006
Dr. Brian Salzano is a board-certified ophthalmology specialist practicing in Caldwell, NJ. Dr. Salzano specializes in eye and vision care ranging from diagnosis and treatment of disease to prescribing eye glasses and contacts. Dr. Salzano graduated from the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey and has been practicing for 13 years.
Education and Training
UMDNJ MD 2002
American Board of Ophthalmology
Dr. Brian C Salzano M.D.'s Expert Contributions
Injections into the eye and laser surgery. READ MORE
It is a personal preference, just make sure to keep your contact lenses clean and take out before bedtime READ MORE
See an ophthalmologist to be properly diagnosed and given medication to treat it. READ MORE
Refresh - preservative free drops READ MORE
4 times a day READ MORE
$3500 -$5000 READ MORE
It all depends on the degree of farsightedness. If you just need them to read and distance vision is okay, then no. READ MORE
Use lubricating eye drops (refresh or systane) 4 times daily READ MORE
One day of rest is all that is needed. READ MORE
There are several reasons that you could be having watery eyes. You should see an ophthalmologist to determine if it is from irritation, lack of draining or position of the eye. READ MORE
Typically, patients are 25-40 years old READ MORE
You have to position your index finger and thumb over the contact lens and pull in a quick swift motion. Use your ring finger to hold your bottom lid open while using your middle finger to hold open your eye lashes (lid ) READ MORE
It is a personal preference. Contact lenses are needed to be kept clean and taken out as directed as to avoid eye irritation. READ MORE
You shouldn't shower with contact lenses to avoid any irritation from shampoo or face wash getting into your eyes. READ MORE
Around 7 - 10 years READ MORE
The treatment options are blood sugar control, injections into the eye, and laser treatments. READ MORE
Typically, yes you need to see a doctor so that it can be properly diagnosed READ MORE
Usually one week READ MORE
The main treatments for myopia are glasses, contacts, and laser correction surgery. READ MORE
Lasik surgery does not make your vision perfect, however, it does make you see 20/20. READ MORE
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