Vision – Optometry

Primary eye care including all aspects of vision wellness, like eyemexams, prescribing corrective lenses and monitoring disease-related contidions.


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  • 16 Sumner Place, Brooklyn, NY 11206
  • 25 Carrier St, Liberty, NY 12754
  • 2555 Nostrand Ave., Brooklyn, NY 11210
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Holding sight of your vision

There is more to your vision than meets the eye. Perfect sight and health of the eye is a complex matter that can only be accomplished by doctors who have seen it all.

The Ahava Medical vision team has a scope of vision that goes beyond the naked eye; servicing complicated and inner vision problems like myopia, amblyopia, and post-trauma and stroke treatment.

Our optometrists are also ready and available for regular eye exams and contact lens fittings that perfect your vision.

Optometry FAQ

How often is it optimal to go for an eye exam?

The frequency of required eye exams depends on age and condition of the eyes. Young children should see their eye doctor for an exam approximately every two years. If a child already wears eyeglasses to improve their vision, a check-up is recommended every six months to a year. Adults who do not wear eyeglasses are recommended to see an eye doctor every two to four years, and if they do wear glasses or contact lenses, an annual exam is required.

If I don’t have 20/20 vision, do eyeglasses or contact lenses repair that for me?

Yes. Your prescription is customized for your vision, and is a tool that will give you 20/20 vision when you use it. It is not reparative, though; which means that it won’t heal your vision to become perfect without it.

Locations treating this service

Williamsburg Brooklyn, NY

16 Sumner Place, Brooklyn, NY 11206

(718) 336-9500

Flatbush, NY

2555 Nostrand Ave., Brooklyn, NY 11210

(718) 951-8800

Liberty, NY

25 Carrier St, Liberty, NY 12754

(845) 281-7200


Locations treating this service