Thanksgiving Weekend 2019

Dr. Notaro, family, and friends had a great weekend participating in many Buffalo traditions this Thanksgiving weekend! On Thursday morning they ran the Turkey Trot, and Saturday night they danced at the World’s Largest Disco! Everybody had a great time. We hope you have a great holiday season!   124th Annual Turkey Trot World’s Largest […]

Happy Thanksgiving!

Wishing everyone the happiest of Thanksgivings! While you’re enjoying lots of good food with family and friends, keep in mind an extra serving of veggies can be good for your eye health! Below is a list of nutrients known to help protect your vision, and foods rich in those nutrients that you may find on […]

PATIENT TALK: Sally S.

Making sure our patients receive the utmost care and have a positive experience here at Back of the Eye, MD, is crucial to us. Dr. Notaro goes above and beyond to ensure that quality care and service is delivered to every individual who walks through our doors. In today’s session of “Patient Talk”, we’d like […]

Happy Halloween!

Hope everyone has a happy Halloween – enjoy the night with your families and be safe! Here are some photos from Dr. Notaro’s fall-filled weekend with her loved ones.

What is Macular Edema?

What is Macular Edema? The back of the eye, also known as the retina, consists of several different parts. The macula, which is one of those parts, is what helps you to see fine detail, faraway objects, and color. Macular edema occurs when an abnormal bubble of fluid accumulates in the layers of the macula, […]

PATIENT TALK: Krystal U.

Making sure our patients receive the utmost care and have a positive experience here at Back of the Eye, MD, is crucial to us. Dr. Notaro goes above and beyond to ensure that quality care and service is delivered to every individual who walks through our doors. In today’s session of “Patient Talk”, we’d like […]

Central Serous Chorioretinopathy

What is Central Serous Chorioretinopathy? This condition, often referred to as CSC, is caused by an accumulation of fluid under the retina which causes a serous (fluid-filled) detachment and vision loss. The vision loss usually lasts a few weeks to months without treatment, but can occasionally become chronic or recur. CSC most often occurs in […]