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The physicians and surgeons of Buffalo Ophthalmology are among the most experienced in the country. Our doctors are highly trained, certified, and equipped with the latest methods and advanced technology to provide the right course of treatment for each unique case we see.

We’re among the leading experts in the region at treating glaucoma, retinal disorders, cataracts, corneal issues, uveitis, and more. That’s why we’re well-known throughout the Buffalo metro area, but also draw patients across state and country lines from Pennsylvania, Canada, and beyond.

Our Ophthalmologists

Retina & Uveitis Specialist

Dr. Ausra

Retina & Uveitis Specialist

Retina Specialist in NYC

Dr. Peter

Retina Specialist

Cornea Specialist

Dr. Asha

Cornea Specialist

Glaucoma & Cataract Specialist

Dr. Deepan

Glaucoma & Cataract

From your first visit to Buffalo Ophthalmology, you’ll feel our commitment to comfort and an overall exceptional patient experience, no matter the issue or the procedure in question. With decades of experience between them, our practitioners are well-respected in their field, but one of the reasons why we receive so many patient referrals is because our partners know they can count on us to address their patients’ needs with compassion and respect.

Patients and doctors alike trust us for our industry-leading expertise, but also for our ability to make their experience a positive one.

Cataract Patient Testimonials

Since 1990, we’ve helped countless patients improve their eyesight, preserve their eye health, and live life with the clarity they deserve. Hear what our cataract patients have to say about their experience with us — and their amazing new vision!


Ophthalmologists in Williamsville NY

Buffalo Ophthalmology - Northtowns

405 International Drive
Williamsville NY 14221

(716) 706-4945

Ophthalmologists in Orchard Park, NY

Buffalo Ophthalmology - Southtowns

3055 Southwestern Blvd, Suite 108
Orchard Park NY 14127

(716) 706-4998

Coordinating Care with Buffalo’s Premier Eye Specialists

At Buffalo Ophthalmology, we take pride in expertly coordinating even the most complex and difficult cases with local eye doctors and partners in primary care. Our practice has developed an intake process for referrals that makes the process seamless for our colleagues and their patients. The eye disease specialists at Buffalo Ophthalmology provide advanced treatment for a wide range of eye care needs: glaucoma, retinal diseases like age-related macular degeneration (AMD), uveitis, and a range of other eye diseases in corneal conditions, cataracts, and more.

When you refer a patient to Buffalo Ophthalmology, you can rest assured that our doctors will provide excellent care to your patients, and transition them comfortably back into your care.

Our patient referral process is as simple as possible. If you have any questions or would like to learn more about working with us, please click below.

Experience That Counts

Mayo Clinic Health System
Northwestern University
Bascom Palmer Eye Institute - University of Miami
Baylor College of Medicine
University of Toronto
University of Rochester
McGill University
University of Minnesota
University of Buffalo
University of Notre Dame
Medical College of Georgia – Augusta University
Rosalind Franklin University of Medicine and Science

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Patient Testimonials

I have been a patient of Dr. Selvadurai for many years. She has helped me with the treatment of my diabetic retinopathy and I highly recommend her


I have complete confidence in Buffalo Ophthalmology and am happy to recommend them to my family and friends.


Dr. Selvadurai is a marvelous ophthalmologist and I feel very confident with her treating my Age-related Macular Degeneration.


Dr. Selvadauri is a very kind and thorough ophthalmologist and she is so good at answering all my questions, during my appointment.


Dr. Selvadurai is my mother’s glaucoma specialist. He is very patient and thorough with my mom. He explains everything he is doing to her and makes sure she understands. He recently performed a microsurgery on both of her eyes which has dropped the pressure in her eyes to approximately a , which is a wonderful pressure for a low tension glaucoma patient. I highly recommend him.


He always has a smile and put the biggest smile on my face after cataract surgery. I didn’t realize how much my vision had slipped. Within a day of my surgery, I was seeing better than I had in years. Dr. Selvedurai took the time to call me after the surgery himself to see if I had any questions or concerns. I was recommended to him by a friend and I could not be happier. He is such a nice man and talented surgeon. I feel blessed to be his patient.


I’ve been with this doctor for some years now and have been completely satisfied with the services received from him and his staff. They are caring professionals with outstanding abilities to care for your medical eye needs and overall well being.


After four other specialists couldn’t help my fiancé, we went to Dr. Kumar. She was professional and courteous. Our wait time was minimal and walked out pleasantly surprised with our visit. She explained his options and her recommended follow ups. Other doctors wanted to do laser treatments but Dr. Kumar stated those would not help. She answered all of our questions and concerns. We are very thankful to have found this amazing specialist.


In The News

Glaucoma screening and treatment

Dr. Deepan Selvadurai Joins Senior Radio’s Linda Pellegrino to Discuss Cataracts

By Staff Feb 26, 2022

Our own Dr. Selvadurai sat down with the host of Aging Gracefully, Linda Pellegrino, to get the facts straight about cataracts: how common they are, how Medicare can help cover cataract surgery, and some surprising information about how cataract surgery is linked to living longer!

Glaucoma screening and treatment
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Donated sight-saving surgery underlines the importance of eye care

By Scott Scanlon July 30, 2021

As if a raging pandemic wasn’t bad enough, Douglas Spetz’s eyesight almost failed in the spring of 2020 – and that was in his good eye. The retired furniture maker already had lost sight in his right eye after an accident when he was 3.


Dr. Deepan joins WUFO Power 96.5’s A Senior Moment radio show to discuss Glaucoma Awareness

By Staff Feb 25, 2021

Glaucoma Treatment
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New 15-minute surgery eases glaucoma, helps return WNY man to 20/20 vision

By Scott Scanlon Sep 13, 2019

Bill Westin underwent conventional surgery five years ago to address an infection and glaucoma in his left eye and save whatever vision possible. He lost some beforehand, which helps explain why he became so concerned in recent years as a cataract and glaucoma slowly robbed him of sight in his dominant right eye.
Glaucoma screening and treatment

Glaucoma can be treated, so make sure you get screened

By Staff Jan 27, 2020

Glaucoma is otherwise known as the sneak thief of vision. For the most part, it is a disease that damages the optic nerve of the eye and can rob someone’s peripheral vision slowly and methodically, without pain. This is why it is so important to get regular eye exams done by either an optometrist or an ophthalmologist.