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    Ophthalmologists in Highland Park

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    Business Listing   Eye Associates - Highland Park, NJ - Phone: (732) 545-0362

    Business Listing   Glass Robert M MD - Highland Park, NJ - Phone: (732) 828-5190

    Business Listing   Highland Park Vision Center - Highland Park, NJ - Phone: (732) 247-1167

    Business Listing   Park David B - Highland Park, NJ - Phone: (732) 745-2248

    Business Listing   Park Eye Center - Highland Park, NJ - Phone: (732) 572-2010

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    Helpful Definition for: Ophthalmologists

    Ophthalmology is a considered a medical specialty that uses medicine and surgery to treat diseases of the eye. This branch of medicine studies the anatomy, physiology and diseases of the eye. Ophthalmologists perform operations on eyes, and are considered to be both surgical and medical specialists. An ophthalmologist in Highland Park, undergoes many years of medical education and training, and is licensed by a state regulatory board to practice medicine and surgery, as well as deliver routine eye care to patients, in Highland Park. Ophthalmologists often lead teams, formed to provide comprehensive eye care services to patients.

    In addition to performing surgery and detecting eye problems, an ophthalmologist also assesses overall health and condition of the eye. Without timely intervention, some eye problems may lead to permanent damage and eventual blindness.

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