CaptchaDr. Mark Fleckner, a Long Island-based ophthalmologist specializing in vitreoretinal diseases, treats many patients with diabetes. According to the American Diabetes Association, more than 100 million adults in the United States have diabetes or prediabetes, making it one of the most prevalent health conditions in the nation.
CaptchaDr. Mark R. Fleckner of Garden City is celebrating 20 years in business. The Long Island-based ophthalmologist specializes in treating vitreoretinal diseases, including diabetic retinopathy, retinal tears and detachment, macular holes, and macular degeneration. In the past two decades, he has treated hundreds of patients and helped countless New Yorkers preserve or regain their sight.
CaptchaGarden City Ophthalmologist Dr. Mark R. Fleckner MD Explains What You Need to Know About Retinal Detachment Retinal tears and detachment are a serious eye condition that can result in vision loss. Dr. Mark R. Fleckner MD is a New York-based and board-certified ophthalmologist specializing in vitreoretinal diseases and surgery.
CaptchaNot only are eyes the windows to the soul, but they can also offer a glimpse of a person's overall health and wellbeing. Ophthalmologists like Dr. Mark Fleckner say getting regular eye exams is crucial as doctors can prevent and treat issues more effectively with early detection.
CaptchaEyes are more than windows to the soul, they are a valuable sensory organ that needs ongoing care to remain healthy. Board-certified Ophthalmologist Dr. Mark Fleckner specializes in treating diseases that affect the retina. He is well versed in performing a vitrectomy and provides in-depth details about it.
CaptchaDr. Mark Fleckner works in New York as a board-certified ophthalmologist. At his practice, Dr. Fleckner performs regular eye exams, gives diagnoses, and treats certain eye diseases. Dr. Mark Fleckner's area of expertise includes treating diseases that affect the retina. The condition of dark spots that impact vision falls under his care.
CaptchaOphthalmologist Dr. Mark Fleckner says, "There are over 80 different autoimmune disorders, and some can cause eye problems." If you have an autoimmune disorder, then you are well aware of how it can change the body, nerves, and joints. The eyes are also affected by these disorders and can pose a significant risk to your vision.
CaptchaMacular degeneration is the leading cause of vision loss and affects more than 10 million Americans. Mark R Fleckner MD, a New York-based and board-certified ophthalmologist specializing in vitreoretinal diseases and surgery, has treated many cases of macular degeneration throughout his career. He explains what you need to know about the disease and how to reduce your risk.
CaptchaGlaucoma affects more than 2.7 million Americans ages 40 and older, according to the Mayo Clinic, and is the leading cause of irreversible blindness worldwide. A board-certified, fellowship-trained ophthalmologist specializing in treating diseases affecting the retina, Mark R Fleckner MD strives to educate patients and the public in order to reduce the occurrence of such ...