Weill Cornell Medicine’s nationally-ranked Ophthalmology program offers patients advanced, comprehensive, and personalized eye care for children and adults.
Using the latest methods in diagnostic procedures and patient care, our New York City-based eye doctors treat a wide range of disorders that span the entire range of complexity, from accurate eyeglass and contact lens prescriptions to the most complex intraocular surgeries, such as vitreoretinal surgery, advanced cataract surgery with customized options and keratoprosthesis (artificial corneal replacement).
Our ophthalmology physicians also specialize in the treatment of ocular and orbital trauma, laser vision correction, and neurologic disorders that affect vision and eye movements.
Patients receive personalized care from our physicians, who draw on decades of clinical and research experience to develop treatment plans tailored to patients’ needs and concerns.
Our experts are also actively developing and researching new ophthalmic therapies. Through our clinical trials, we can offer access to many treatments that may not be available elsewhere.
To learn more about our physicians, some of the services we offer and how to make an appointment, please visit the links below.
New York, NY 10021
What Our Patients Are Saying
"My dad suddenly couldn’t see and had a retina detachment but she explained very well what had happen and after the treatment my dad could see very well. She’s a very good doctor."
"I came to see Dr. Dinkin after I've seen many neuro-ophthalmologist for my daughters condition. Each doctor I went to couldnt figure out what was wrong, Dr. Dinkin gave us a CLEAR diagnosis, and explained to us how he got to this conclusion, which made us understand the problem, and treatment plan. Dr. Dinkin is the most AMAZING doctor I've seen, and recommend anyone without a clear diagnosis to see him."
"She is my mom’s doctor and both my parents love her! My mom suffers from some eye pressure that was dropped to more acceptable level. More importantly she has excellent bedside manner."