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Contact Lenses Westbury

Contact Lenses Westbury

Contact Lenses Westbury is what we are known for locally. The science behind how our eyes work has always fascinated Dr. Gail Correale. We have the best Contact Lenses Westbury has to offer. From the time she first donned a pair of prescription eyeglasses at the age of 10, Dr. Correale knew she would someday be an Optometrist. Although she started out in another direction, she never forgot her dream. After a successful career, she returned to school, graduating from SUNY College of Optometry. Dr.Correale has been a practicing New York State licensed Optometrist for more than a decade now, dedicating herself to improving the vision of her patients. She has operated her own successful practice since 2006. In 2011 she relocated her office to a large professional suite in Westbury, NY which she shares with Dr.Susan Fisher. There she continues to provide exceptional eye care from comprehensive eye exams using the latest available technology to expert contact lens fittings to Lasik consults, pre ops, post ops and much more. Her office boasts an atmosphere that is both professional and welcoming. Best Contact Lenses Westbury

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For the past three years, Dr. Correale has proudly served as the Vice President of the prestigious Nassau County Optometric Society. This is an organization that like her is dedicated to improving the vision and eye health of the public. Dr. Correale also gives back to the community. She offers a program where she donates her services to those in need, providing them with free eyeglasses.

Visit our Contact Us page for more info. Thomas Young described a neutralizing surface for the cornea that was the forerunner of contact lenses. 
Sir John Herschel, the English astronomer and physicist, wrote and circulated an opinion that corneal contact lenses were, in fact, optically feasible.  Herschel was also the first to suggest that an actual mould of the cornea might be taken. 
These ideas though, lay dormant for approximately sixty years.  His suggestions were theoretically sound but very problematic due to practical applications that were too difficult to overcome.  One of the barriers was the need to make a mould of the sensitive corneal tissue.  The cornea is totally avascular, with thousands of nerves, making a very sensitive tissue.  With the introduction of anesthesia in 1884, contact lens technology advanced because moulding was made possible. 
In the early 1880's, glass contact lenses that fit the anterior of the eye, called scleral lenses, were invented by Adolf Fic, Eugene Cult and August Mueller, independently.   Dr. Fic was a physician in Zurich, Switzerland, who wrote a treatise entitled A Contact Spectacle, in which he described the first contact lens with a refractive power, to protect the eye and later for visual improvement.  This first lens was made by F. A. Mueller in 1887, a manufacturer of artificial eyes. 
Fic also recognized a method for correction of different types of irregular astigmatism other than spectacle lenses, which did not adequately correct the refractive power of irregular corneas.  This device to neutralize the refractive power of the cornea, consisted of placing a small glass bowl directly on the eye, much like Leonardo had done 300 years prior.   Later, Fic prepared a set of trial glass lenses.  Fic selected the diagnostic lens that was most suitable for each of his experimental subjects.  These original contact lenses were made of very thin glass.  

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Our New York State Licensed Optician has more than 30 years of industry expertise and is able to fit even the most challenging prescription. Using only the highest quality of lenses, our Optician is committed to giving our patients the best visual acuity. Dr. Correale’s office is equipped with its own in-house finishing lab for better quality control and faster delivery.

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CONTACT LENS FITTINGS

As an expert in contact lens fittings, Dr. Correale fits both Soft and Gas Permeable contacts. She has fit thousands of patients who need correction for astigmatism and or requires a multifocal contact lens. She is also successful in fitting those with complex prescriptions who might have been considered difficult to fit in the past. Every patient considering contacts are welcomed to a free consultation at the time of their exam. New contact lens wearers are instructed and trained in using and caring for their contacts by experienced technicians.

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Patient service and satisfaction is #1 at Dr. Correale’s office! Our friendly experienced staff recognizes that a patient not only deserves quality of medical care, but also an office that functions in a manner that respects their valuable time. We make ourselves available for same day appointments and have special discounts for those with no insurance.

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Contact lens supplies are available with special rebates offered only at Doctors’ offices. Some contact lens brands are on premise and ready for same day purchase in your prescription. Others are available for next day delivery to our office at no additional charge if the order is placed by noon the previous week day.

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