OptiLight by Lumenis
Dry eye disease is becoming increasingly common, affecting millions of people worldwide. This
chronic condition can significantly impact your life, sometimes making even the smallest of tasks
If you have eye pain, blurry vision, and dry or watery eyes, it could be a sign that you have dry
eye disease. But don’t worry! With an in-depth eye exam, our team can assess your vision and
eye health to get you the treatment you need.
With treatments like OptiLight by Lumenis, we can help manage your dry eye symptoms and get
you back to seeing clearly and comfortably. Keep reading to learn more about OptiLight by
Lumenis and how it can improve your life.
Martin Ma, M.D is a board-certified general ophthalmologist who performs comprehensive eye exams, cataract surgery, and provides medical treatment for acute and chronic eye diseases. He received his Doctor of Medicine degree from the Mount Sinai School of Medicine in New York City. He completed his ophthalmology residency at Jamaica Hospital/New York Medical College.
Dr. Ma is trained in standard and laser cataract surgery. He also offers specialty lens implants such as multifocal and toric lenses. Dr. Ma is passionate about optimizing and protecting his patients’ vision using the most sophisticated and advanced medical and surgical tools available.
He is also fluent in Mandarin Chinese.
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Join the Huddle
Each year, nearly 25,000 Americans visit the emergency room due to a workplace eye injury. During Workplace Eye Wellness Month this March, the American Academy of Ophthalmology and Hudson Valley Eye Surgeons reminds employers and workers about the importance of wearing certified and approved eye protection.