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Eye Allergy Treatment in NYC

Kelly Vision Center is an eye allergy and conjunctivitis center with a focus on restoring your eye health. Dr. Kelly, along with an allergist, will get to the bottom of what is causing your issues. From there, a personalized treatment plan will be determined just for you in order to decrease or completely correct your eye allergy symptoms.

Treating Eye Allergies

The most effective way to reduce the symptoms of eye allergies is to remove the allergens from your environment. However, this is not always possible — and even when it is possible, it can’t always be done immediately. Therefore, it’s important to seek out help that will reduce the uncomfortable symptoms of SAC or PAC.

For seasonal allergies, many people use antihistamines during the time of year when the allergens are most prevalent. Eyedrops can also help soothe the redness and swelling of the eyes that result from SAC.

If you aren’t sure what is triggering your allergies, an allergist can help determine what it is within your environment that’s causing the problems. Dr. Kelly, working with an allergist, can offer the best chance of reducing or eliminating your eye allergy symptoms.

Insurance Options

Many patients want to know if their procedure is covered by health insurance. This isn’t always clear until we have spoken with you, but many services that we offer are fully or partially covered. If there’s a procedure that you’re interested in and you’d like to know whether or not it’s covered, we encourage you to inquire about specifics when you’re in the office with us. We can determine if your procedure will be assisted by the financial help of health coverage.

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Can allergies affect my eyesight?

How can I tell if I have allergies or just a cold?

Can allergies affect my eyesight?

Although some individuals experience short-term blurriness with allergies, they do not affect vision in any long-term way.

How can I tell if I have allergies or just a cold?

If your symptoms last longer than two weeks, that usually means you are being affected by allergies. In addition, allergies are never accompanied by general aches, pains, or fever.

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