ORCHARD PARK, NY
Buffalo Ophthalmology is proud to have an office in Orchard Park, enabling us to offer convenient, specialized eye care to patients in the Southtowns region of greater Buffalo. We offer the highest level of expertise in glaucoma treatment, management of retina disease, uveitis intervention, cataract surgery, and cornea treatments to our patients, even when the case demands an expert approach.
Our eye surgeons and office staff share the mission of providing every patient the comfort and confidence in their vision that they deserve. Our wide base of knowledge, decades of experience, and variety of treatment areas make us Buffalo’s choice for specialized eye care.
Experienced Orchard Park Ophthalmologists
Patients in Orchard Park have access to our highly experienced eye surgeons who care deeply about their Buffalo neighbors and know the value of providing top-of-the-line expertise to everyone who comes through the doors.
Our eye care professionals work with each patient to develop a complete understanding of their problems and find the treatment or surgical solution that works best for their eyes and lifestyle.
Deepan Selvadurai, M.D.
Dr. Deepan Selvadurai is a glaucoma specialist known for his use of advanced methods of treatment, management, and surgery. His extensive training and position at the forefront of innovations in minimally invasive glaucoma surgery (MIGS) — along with his excellent attention to the patient experience — have positioned him as a leader in the field. In addition to being a glaucoma specialist, Dr. Deepan is also a renowned cataract surgeon and was among the first to implement “dropless” cataract surgery, enhancing his patients’ recovery.
Ausra Selvadurai, M.D.
Dr. Ausra Selvadurai is an established retinal specialist who trained at the esteemed Bascom Palmer Eye Institute in Miami, focusing on age-related macular degeneration (AMD) and uveitis treatment. Her position at the forefront of research in her field helps her provide advanced solutions to her patients in Williamsville.
Asha Kumar, M.D.
Dr. Asha Kumar is Western New York’s leading corneal specialist, with over 40 years managing corneal diseases and performing refractive surgeries. Her expertise is in corneal transplants, as well as complex corneal infections, dystrophies, and severe dry eye.
SPECIALIZED EYE HEALTH SERVICES
Buffalo Ophthalmology provides comprehensive treatment for a number of complex eye disorders that require the attention of an experienced specialist. Our specialists in Orchard Park have the expertise to help you.
Orchard Park Glaucoma Specialist
Glaucoma is a disease that results from increased pressure inside the eye, which damages the optic nerve over time, leading to irreversible loss of vision if left untreated. Glaucoma is characterized by a slow onset and minimally noticeable symptoms, which means it’s important to seek a glaucoma specialist as soon as symptoms are discovered to develop a long-term care plan, and to discuss the options available for treatment.
Retina Treatments in Orchard Park
The retina is the thin layer of tissue that lines the back of the eye and converts refracted light into the signals needed to interpret vision. Age-related macular degeneration (AMD) occurs when the central portion of the retina (the macula) begins to degrade, a natural part of aging. The retina can also be subject to tears, diabetic retinopathy, and other degenerative diseases — access to the best retina treatment in Buffalo means that our patients can avoid potential vision loss.
Uveitis Treatment in Orchard Park
Uveitis occurs when the uvea, part of the middle layer of the eye, becomes inflamed. This can be extremely painful and requires immediate uveitis treatment by a specialist. If left untreated, the severity of the inflammation can escalate and potentially result in permanent vision loss. Uveitis may also indicate another underlying issue, making it important to have even mild uveitis looked at and addressed by an expert.
Orchard Park Cataract Surgery
Cataracts occur when the eye’s natural lens ages, and the proteins within the lens begin to break down and clump together. This leads to cloudiness or blurriness in your eyesight. An Orchard Park cataract surgeon can remove the faulty lens and replace it with an artificial intraocular lens (IOL). At Buffalo Ophthalmology, we perform cataract surgery using some of the latest and most advanced methods and technology available.
The clear front layer of the eye, which helps focus light onto the retina, is called the cornea. Many minor imperfections in the cornea are correctible with glasses or contacts, but more serious issues may not be. Diseases, ulcers, dystrophies, and other painful conditions on the cornea can seriously impact vision, highlighting the need for a cornea specialist to provide expert direction for treatment.
Our specialists at Buffalo Ophthalmology take pride in their commitment to co-management of many major eye conditions that require specialist care. Our process builds trust with both physicians and patients, gaining a full understanding of a patient’s needs, facilitating quality communication, and following up to ensure the client comfortably transitions back to their primary eye care provider.
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PROUDLY SERVING ORCHARD PARK, NY
We’re proud to serve Orchard Park and the surrounding areas in the Southtowns, including West Seneca, Cheektowaga, Depew, Lancaster, Blasdell, Hamburg, Elma, East Aurora, Angola, Springville, and Chautauqua, Cattaraugus, and Wyoming Counties, and more.
Orchard Park has plenty of museums and historic sites to explore, including the Buffalo Harley Davidson Museum, the Johnson-Jolls Complex, and the Buffalo, Rochester, and Pittsburgh Railroad Station. It’s our goal that you can experience these and other Orchard Park sights with excellent vision and healthy eyes.
If you’re coming from Downtown Buffalo, head southeast on I-190 S and pass U-Haul Moving & Storage at Larkin District on your right. In 3.3 miles, take exit 54-61 to merge onto I-90 W toward Erie. In 2.7 miles, keep right at the fork to continue on US-219 S, follow signs for Orchard Park/Springville, where in 0.3 miles, you’ll pass Staybridge Suites Buffalo on your left. After 3.5 miles, exit onto NY-179 E/Milestrip Rd, passing Ashley furniture store on your right as you exit the highway. In 0.8 miles, turn left onto Sterling Dr, and make a right in about 500 feet; we will be on your left.
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