|About||Dr. Natan Dorfman is an optometrist treating patients in New York, NY and surrounding areas.|
Eyes on Second in New York, New York, is a neighborhood gem for those discerning clients looking for high-quality eye care and high fashion eyewear. Dr. Irina Shiyan and Dr. Luisa Prieto, both graduates of the State University of New York, provide a full range of optometry services. The doctors and staff at Eyes on Second take pride in meeting all their customers' eye care needs, beginning with a complete and comprehensive eye exam using state-of-the-art equipment. They offer unique choices for eyeglasses, prescription lenses, and contacts.
Established in 2014, Eyes on Second offers a professional, friendly, and comfortable setting and provides customized eye care for all members of the family. In addition to eye exams, Eyes on Second provides treatment and management of eye diseases and health conditions, contact lens fitting, and adjustment of conventional eyeglasses. The extensive selection of eyewear includes everything from high fashion to budget friendly styles and colors. Among the brands available are Dita, Salt, Lindberg, Masunaga, Cutler and Gross, Oakley, Mykita, and Dolabany.
While the aesthetics and cosmetic effects of the right eyeglasses make a difference in appearance and self-confidence, the real key is vision improvement. Dr. Shiyan and Dr. Prieto carefully and completely test and examine each patient's eyesight to ensure that they will be able to see clearly under all conditions. They give patients advice and education about eye health, the connection between overall health and eye health, and help patients maintain and improve their visual health.
Eyes on Second caters to all ages, from children to the elderly, and the doctors take pride in being considered the East Village's preferred optometrists. Their devotion to and passion for providing optimal vision care makes them unique and is a major factor in the quality of service that shows their commitment to their patients. The office offers extended and Saturday hours to meet the needs of even th