Mandel Vision In Focus Newsletter ~ October 2016 Highlights

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halloween costume contact lenses-health tip-mandel vision_3October is Halloween Safety Month

Protect those peepers this Halloween! If you’re already planning your costume, be sure to leave costume contact lenses out of the equation.  These non-prescription contact lenses can lead to eye infections which are potentially vision-threatening.

Click here to learn more about the dangers of these contact lenses.

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The Month’s Eye Health Tip

People with type 2 diabetes who intensively control their blood sugar level were found to have cut their risk of diabetic retinopathy in half. Source: ACCORD Trial Eye Study.

Click here to learn more about diabetes and its potential effect on the eye.

Sukdip Kaur_Meet the Staff_Mandel Vision LASIK NYCMeet our Team Members

Suki Kaur
Laser Vision Consultant

Suki joined our team as a laser vision consultant in June of 2016 and we’re so happy she found us!  Born in India, she moved to the States when she was 3 years old. She grew up in Queens, NY with her parents and younger brother. She worked at Lenscrafters as a sales supervisor before changing her focus to ophthalmology.

Click here to learn more about Suki and the rest of our Mandel Vision team members.

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LASIK in the Military

Several recently published studies involving LASIK in the military may help allay your fears about LASIK laser vision correction.  Among other factors, these studies address night vision and the stability of the corneal flap.  These are both common concerns among patients considering LASIK with Dr. Mandel at our LASIK center in NYC.

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