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OUR MISSION STATEMENT: "EAT WELL, LIVE WELL AND SEE WELL"

In our office we care about your vision and eye health. But the health of your eyes starts at home with good nutrition. It is never too late to get on the healthy nutrition path. During your Comprehensive Eye Exam Dr. Aleksandra Wianecka will be looking at all the areas below and tailor it to your lifestyle.

CARING FOR YOUR VISION INCLUDES:

  • Diet and Nutrition
  • Food Related Eye Care Precautions
  • Comprehensive Eye Examination
  • Nutrition
  • UV Protection
  • Protecting Your Eyes at Work
  • Children’s Vision
  • Corneal Modification
  • Contact Lens Safety
  • Low Vision
  • Sports and Vision 

There’s no substitute for the quality of life good vision offers. Adding certain nutrients to your diet every day - either through foods or supplements - can help save your vision. Researchers have linked eye-friendly nutrients such as lutein/zeaxanthin, vitamin C, vitamin E, and zinc to reducing the risk of certain eye diseases, including macular degeneration and cataract formation.

Dr. Wianecka believes every child should have an eye exam yearly starting at 6 months by an Eye Doctor. Pediatrician exam is not enough. 30 percent of visual impairments are missed by pediatrician eye screenings. And this is what it is an eye screening and not a full eye exam. 80 percent of all learning in school is done by eye sight that is why it’s so important to test kids yearly especially the ones that are struggling in school. With the sedentary lifestyles we are leading now and with increased computer use kids are diagnosed with all kinds of visual disorders earlier. Schedule your kids eye exam today. It is the only way to prevent long term side effects vision impairment can do to a child.

Doctors of optometry (ODs) are the primary health care professionals for the eye. Optometrists examine, diagnose, treat, and manage diseases, injuries, and disorders of the visual system, the eye, and associated structures as well as identify related systemic conditions affecting the eye.

Dr. Aleksandra Wianecka is a member of American Optometric Association, New York State Optometric Society, Babylon Village Chamber of Commence, Copiague Chamber of Commerce. She is the Past President of Suffolk County Optometric Society and Past Director of the Copiague Chamber of Commerce.

For more information go to www.allaboutvision.com

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