Dr. Michael Phillip Ehrenhaus M.D., Ophthalmologist

Dr. Michael Phillip Ehrenhaus M.D.

Ophthalmologist

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4402 Francis Lewis Blvd 2B Bayside NY, 11361
Rating

5/5

About

Certified In "Avedro Collagen Cross-Linking, Restor Lens, Tecnis Multifocal, Toric Lenses, Crystalens, Verisyse Phakic IOL, STAAR Visian ICL, INTACS for Myopia and Keratoconus, Alphacor Keratoprosthesis, Boston KPro, IntraLase Femtosecond Laser, Visx Laster and Customvue Wavefront Platform, Allegretto Wavelight Laser, Allegretto Wavelight Laser, Hansatome Microkeratome, Amadeus Microkeratome, Botox, Dysport, Restylane and Juvederm Aesthetics.

Education and Training

SUNY Downstate

Suny-Hlth Sci Ctr At Brooklyn, Coll of Med, Brooklyn Ny 1998

State University of New York Downstate Medical Center College of Medicine 1998

Provider Details

Male English, Spanish 23 years of experience
Dr. Michael Phillip Ehrenhaus M.D.
Dr. Michael Phillip Ehrenhaus M.D.'s Expert Contributions
  • Is using eye drops every day bad for you?

    It would of course depend on what type of drops and the reason you are taking them. If they are for documented elevated eye pressure, for inflammation, or other prescribed reasons, then yes, it is not only okay, but necessary. If they are for dry eye or allergy, sometimes they are needed multiple times each day. Your EyeMD would be best to help you determine the proper regimen for your individual case. READ MORE

Areas of expertise and specialization

CataractCorneaKeratoconus

Faculty Titles & Positions

  • Local, Regional, National, and International Public Speaking and Lecture -

Awards

  • Selected to Present at the New York Academy of Medicine- Opthalmology Section "Resident's Night"   
  • Best Paper of the Session, ASCRS   
  • Dean's List   
  • Golden Key National Honor Society   

Treatments

  • Cataracts
  • Pterygium
  • Macular Degeneration
  • Glaucoma
  • Corneal Ulcer
  • Blepharitis
  • Conjunctivitis
  • Dry Eye Syndrome

Residency

  • Brookdale Univ Hosp Med Ctr, Obstetrics And Gynecology  
  • Saint Vincent Catholic Medical Centers of New York Flushing, NY

Treatments

  • Cataract, cornea, keratoconus, glaucoma, dry eye

Internships

  • The Brookdale University and Medical Center Brooklyn, NY

Fellowships

  • University of California, San Diego

Professional Society Memberships

  • American Academy of Ophthalmology, American Society of Cataract & Refractive Surgery, AECOS, Cornea Society, New York State Ophthalmological Society, Contact Lens Association of Opthamologists, American Medical Association, Medical Society of the State of New York, American College of Surgeons

Articles and Publications

  • "The Effect of Hinge Position on Corneal Sensation and Dry Eye Signs and Symptoms"
  • "Improved Technique For Temporary Tarsorrhaphy with a New Cyanocrylate Gel"
  • "Traumatic Tattooing of the Ocular Surface and Skin" Journal of the Cataract and Refractive Surgery"
  • "The Effect of Hinge Width on Corneal Sensation and Dry Eye Following LASIK"

What do you attribute your success to?

  • Honesty and Hard Work

Philanthropic Initiatives

  • Dr Michael Ehrenhaus, MD and his partner Ms. Maribel Gonzalez go to the Dominican Republic three to four times a year to perform eye examinations and advanced eye surgery, including corneal transplants, for minimal to no cost to the patients. Dr Mike and Maribel usually plan 5-7 days for each charity mission trip, and while there, perform dozens of surgeries and examinations for the local Dominican population. The patients that are examined and undergo surgery are all examined based on their need and also on their ability or inability to pay for healthcare. The surgeries and examinations are all performed at Clinica Corominas in Santiago with the help of Sebastian Guzman, MD. All of the surgeries and procedures that are performed utilize the latest technology and techniques that are available anywhere in the world.Now, the team of Mike and Maribel (M&M) have joined their forces to create the Fundacion de La Tierra. The purpose of the Fundacion is to strengthen the original goal of helping those less fortunate in the Dominican Republic gain access to eye care and eye surgeries, education, basic food provisions, and more. It will also aim to help those less fortunate elsewhere in the Caribbean, to have access to proper eyecare and eye surgeries.

Teaching and speaking

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    Presentations 

    May 11, 1997“What is Spontaneous CSF Rhinorrhea?”. Har-El G, Ehrenhaus M, Sperling N, Lucente F. Presented by Gadi Har-El, at the American Rhinologic Society Annual Meeting in Scottsdale, AZ.

     

    December 2, 1998“Complications of Laparoscopy”. Michael Ehrenhaus. Presented at OB/GYN Grand Rounds, Brookdale Hospital, Brooklyn, NY

     

    April 28, 2001            “The Effect of Hinge Position on Corneal Sensation Following LASIK”. Donnenfeld ED, Solomon K, Perry H, Doshi S, Ehrenhaus M, Kanellopoulos AJ. Presented by Eric Donnenfeld at ASCRS 2001.

     

    June 16, 2001“Comparison of Nasal and Superior Hinge Position: Effect on Corneal Sensation and Dry Eye Syndrome”. Doshi S, Donnenfeld E, Solomon K, Perry H, Ehrenhaus M. Presented by Sima Doshi at ESCRS 2001.

     

    November 13, 2001    “Increased Reduction of IOP Using Fixed Combination Dorzolamide-Timolol Therapy (Cosopt) versus the Concomitant Drugs”, Ehrenhaus M, Berke S, Sturm R, Caronia R. Poster #213 at AAO 2001.

     

    November 14, 2001    “The Effect of Hinge Position on Corneal Sensation Following LASIK”. Donnenfeld E, Solomon K, Perry H, Doshi S, Ehrenhaus M, Biser S. Presented by Eric Donnenfeld at AAO 2001.

     

    May 5, 2002               “The Effect of Hinge Width on Dry Eye Following LASIK”.  Donnenfeld E, Perry H, Doshi S, Ehrenhaus M. Poster # at ARVO 2002.

     

    June 2, 2002               “The Effect of Hinge Width on Corneal Sensation and Dry Eye After LASIK”, Donnenfeld E, Solomon K, Perry H, Doshi S, Ehrenhaus M, Biser S. Presented by Eric Donnenfeld at ASCRS.

     

    June 17, 2002“Healthcare Workers and Refractive Surgery: The Hidden Danger”. Ehrenhaus MP, Donnenfeld ED. Presented by Michael Ehrenhaus at the New York Academy of Medicine - Ophthalmology Section, “Resident’s Night”. 

     

    October 20, 2002“Methicillin Resistant Staphylococcus Aureus Infectious Keratitis Following Refractive Surgery”. Solomon R, Donnenfeld E, Ehrenhaus M, Perry H, Biser S, Rubinfeld R. Presented , OMIG meeting Subspecialty day AAO 2002 by Renee Solomon.

     

    June 21, 2004“Uhh …. is that Normal? Extraordinary Cornea Cases from a Busy Residency Program”. Ehrenhaus MP. Presented at the New York Academy of Medicine – Ophthalmology Section, “Resident’s night”.

     

    December 16, 2004“Bridging the Gap between Cornea and Refractive Surgery: Intacs for Ectasia”. Guest Speaker lecture given at Yale Ophthalmology Grand Rounds.

     

    March 10, 2005“Bridging the Gap between Cornea and Refractive Surgery: Intacs for Ectasia”. Guest Speaker lecture given at UPMC Ophthalmology Grand Rounds.

     

    April 15, 2005“Methicillin Resistant Staphylococcus Aureus (MRSA) Infectious Keratitis Following Refractive Surgery”. Presented at the Fifth World Cornea Congress, Washington DC, by Michael Ehrenhaus.

     

    April 17, 2005“LASEK after INTACS: A Successful Case Series”, Michael Ehrenhaus, Bryan Tan, Mario Lovaton, Roxana Ursea, David Schanzlin. Presented by M Ehrenhaus at ASCRS 2005

     

    June 5, 2005“Healthcare Workers and Refractive Surgery: The Hidden Danger of Methicillin Resistant Staphylococcus Aureus”. Presented at the UCSD Shiley Eye Center Resident, Fellow and Alumni Weekend.

     

    October 15, 2005“The “Pita-Pocket” Intrastromal Lamellar Keratoplasty”, Tan B, Ehrenhaus M , Lovaton M, Ursea R, Schanzlin, D. Presented by B Tan at pre-AAO Refractive session, “5 most innovative papers session”.

     

    October 16, 2005“My Experience with the BD Beaver Safety Blades”. Presented during the AAO 2005 at the BD speaker booth.

     

    January 26, 2006“Bridging the Gap between Cornea and Refractive Surgery: Reconstructing the Ectatic Cornea”. Given at the Brooklyn Ophthalmological Society, Current Concepts in Ophthalmology, winter meeting.

     

    January 18, 2007“Update 2007: The latest in Cornea and Refractive Surgery”, at the Brooklyn Ophthalmological Society, Current Concepts in Ophthalmology, winter meeting.

     

    February 22, 2007“Ophthalmology update for Primary Care”, invited guest lecturer at Long Island College Hospital, Department of Medicine, Grand Rounds.

     

    August, 2007“Ophthalmology update for Primary Care”, invited guest lecturer at SUNY Downstate, Department of Medicine, Grand Rounds.

     

    September, 2007“Update 2007: The latest in Cornea and Refractive Surgery”, at the SUNY Optometry Dinner Rounds meeting

     

    September 24, 2007“Update on Corneal and Refractive Surgery: The Visian ICL, INTACS and Keratoconus”, ARBO approved lecture given at Blue Water Grill, NY

     

    October 11, 2007“Update: Cornea and Refractive Surgery 2007”, Ophthalmology Dinner Grand Rounds, SVCMC

     

    January 11, 2008“DSAEK: The latest techniques and advances”, at the Brooklyn Ophthalmological Society/SUNY Downstate, Current Concepts in Ophthalmology, winter meeting in Atlantic City.

     

    February 5, 2008“Update: Cornea and Refractive Surgery 2008”, Ophthalmology Grand Rounds, Winthrop University Hospital

     

    June 23, 2008“Update: Cornea and Refractive Surgery 2008”, Ophthalmology Grand Rounds, Montefiore University Hospital

     

    September, 2008“Update on Corneal and Refractive Surgery and the Dry Eye”, ARBO approved lecture given at Jofe Eye Center, Brooklyn, NY

     

    February 26, 2009“Ophthalmology update for Primary Care”, invited guest lecturer at LICH, Department of Family Medicine, Grand Rounds.

     

    April 6, 2009“Corneal and Anterior Segment Disasters: Bringing them Back from the Precipice”, course director at ASCRS 2009

     

    October 25, 2009“Corneal and Anterior Segment Disasters: Bringing them Back from the Precipice”, session moderator at AAO 2009

     

    August 8, 2010COPE Lecture Series; Keratoconus & Allergies

     

    January 19, 2012COPE Lecture Series: Allergies & Corneal Cornucopia

     

    February 21, 2012COPE Lecture Series: Dry Eye & Corneal Cornucopia

     

    June 27, 2013“Faco entre Amigos”; Phaco/cataract lecture to Dominican Ophthalmologic Society

     

    June 28, 2013“DSAEK Curso”; DSAEK instruction course to Dominican Ophthalmologic Society

     

    April 19, 2015Endoserter DSAEK Wetlab & Instruction. OSI Booth. ASCRS 2015

     

     

    April 19, 2015“Transepithelial Cornea CXL for Keratoconus: Results of our first 30 cases”. ASCRS San Diego. 2015. Paper # 15282. 

     

Hobbies / Sports

  • Farming

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