Ophthalmologists

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Dr. David Ehmann

Ophthalmologist
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
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Dr. Samuel Stevens

Ophthalmologist
Brockville, ON
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Dr. Kevin Leonard

Ophthalmologist
Brockville, ON
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Dr. Todd Urton

Ophthalmologist
Kingston, ON
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Dr. Delan Jinapriya

Ophthalmologist
Kingston, ON
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Dr. Sanjay Sharma

Ophthalmologist
Kingston, ON
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Dr. John Gonder

Ophthalmologist
Kingston, ON
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Dr. Christine Law

Ophthalmologist
Kingston, ON
Dr. Martin Ten Hove

Dr. Martin Ten Hove

Department Head Edna and Ernie Johnson Chair in Ophthalmology Associate Professor
Ophthalmologist
Kingston, ON
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Dr. Davin Johnson

Ophthalmologist
Kingston, ON
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Dr. Mark Bona

Ophthalmologist
Kingston, ON
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Dr. Robert Campbell

Ophthalmologist
Kingston, ON
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Dr. James Farmer

Ophthalmologist
Kingston, ON
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Dr. Yi Strube

Ophthalmologist
Kingston, ON
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Dr. John Cheung

Ophthalmologist
Kingston, ON
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Dr. Brian Arthur

MD, FRCSC
Ophthalmologist
Kingston, ON
Dr. Donald Smallman

Dr. Donald Smallman

MD, FRCSC
Ophthalmologist
Kingston, ON
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Dr. Christine Suess

Ophthalmologist
Cornwall, ON
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Dr. Benoit Guindon

Ophthalmologist
Cornwall, ON
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Dr. Tarek Youssef

Ophthalmologist
Cornwall, ON
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An ophthalmologist is a physician who specializes in the medical and surgical care of the eyes and visual system. Ophthalmologists work with patients in the prevention of eye disease and injury. In treating patients an ophthalmologist may also educate them on eye care, glasses and contact lenses, glaucoma, oculoplastics, refractive surgery, pediatric ophthalmology, neuro-ophthalmology, laser eye surgery, canaloplasty, cataract surgery, corneal transplant surgery and vitreo-retinal surgery.

A cataract is a clouding of the lens of the eye. Cataracts usually develop slowly, causing a painless and gradual decrease in vision as the lens of the eye prevents light rays from properly passing through. Cataracts can affect both eyes or just one, and some patients experience mild symptoms, while others can barely see any shapes or movements.

Glaucoma is an eye disease caused by a buildup of intraocular pressure (IOP). Your eyes have clear liquid that flows in and out, but if you have glaucoma, this liquid doesn’t drain properly, causing this buildup of IOP pressure. Glaucoma is a disease of the optic nerve, which is made up of nerve fibers and transmits images from the eye to your brain.