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Dr. Leslie Doctor, M.D.
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Leslie Doctor, M.D. is a Corneal Specialist, Laser Cataract, Lens Implant & LASIK Surgeon who is a Board Certified Ophthalmologist in Fairfield County Connecticut where she is the Medical Director of Doctor & Associates with offices in Westport, Norwalk & Wilton Connecticut.
Leslie Doctor, M.D. is a Corneal Specialist, Laser Cataract, Lens Implant & LASIK Surgeon who is a Board Certified Ophthalmologist in Fairfield County Connecticut where she is the Medical Director of Doctor & Associates with offices in Westport, Norwalk & Wilton Connecticut.

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Sleep Apnea, Eye Diseases & Problems
What does sleep apnea have to do with eye
problems and diseases? Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA) is a common condition that
affects some 3-7% of the overall population in the U.S.. You are even at
greater risk for OSA if you are middle aged or older, male, ov...
Sleep Apnea, Eye Diseases & Problems
Sleep Apnea, Eye Diseases & Problems
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Closed Angle Glaucoma Diagnosis Improvements
Closed Angle Glaucoma Diagnosis with
Machine Learning Artificial Intelligence Closed
Angle Glaucoma is a sight threatening medical emergency that can cause
catastrophic vision loss in a short time if not treated quickly. It is possible
to use a number of te...
Closed Angle Glaucoma Diagnosis Improvements
Closed Angle Glaucoma Diagnosis Improvements
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Pterygia “Surfer’s Eye” & Melanoma Skin Cancer Risk
Does a Pterygium or "Surfer's Eye" Increase
Melanoma Risk?    A
pterygium (pronounced “tuh-RIJ-ee-uhm”) is an elevated, wedged-shaped bump of
tissue on your eyeball that starts on the sclera or white of your eye-most
often on the side near your nose and can...
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Buying Tips for Eye Safe Toys this Holiday Season
We
wanted to share some tips for buying “eye safe” toys as you make your list for
this holiday season. Certainly the kids and the toy manufacturers know what is
popular, but often they are unaware of potential safety issues-especially eye
safety issues. Acc...
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Vision Loss is the Worst Disability
Most people would rather lose a limb than lose their eyesight, according
to the results of a nationwide poll. Indeed, if given a choice, most
people would prefer to lose their hearing, their memory, or their ability to
speak rather than losing their vision,...
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