Dr. Barry Drucker can help you change your life
Dr. Barry Drucker has been in private practice since 1976 and has acquired vast surgical and diagnostic experience in all aspects of the field, including refractive surgery. Read More...
We are proud to offer the latest advancements in LASIK eye surgery, such as Wavefront™ LASIK and IntraLase® bladeless LASIK to our patients in the Bayside area.
Dr. Drucker’s laser vision correction and facial cosmetic surgery office in the Bayside area of Queens is extremely accessible to all the boroughs in both Long Island and Westchester County.
Our facility is located in the prestigious Bay Terrace shopping center near the intersection of Bell Boulevard and 26th Avenue. The practice is also easily reached using the Long Island Expressway or the Cross Island Expressway.
I had a pretty good experience with Dr. Drucker's office. The people at the front desk were friendly and the technician that worked with me was extremely nice.Cathy
I've been going to Dr. Drucker for many years. I have several eye issues and I feel that he gives me the best possible care I can get.Dave
I've been seeing Dr. Drucker for about 20 years now (first got glasses when I was 12). I don't live in Denver anymore, or need glasses anymore, but still go back for my annual exam when I'm visiting my family.Bob
Wonderful experience. I am experiencing a lot of eye problems. I felt very confident that I was in the hands of experts.Kris
52-year-old female with excess skin on the upper lids. Note the lack of an inner fold on the lid, preventing eyeliner application, as well as excess fat on the lower lid. Postoperatively, upper lid skin has been excised and a high inner lid fold created, lifting skin from on top of the outer lid edge, revealing a platform for eyeliner.
68-year-old female with noticeable lower lid wrinkles and "bags." Postoperative photo taken one week after removal of excess lower lid fat and CO2 laser skin resurfacing of lower lids. Redness is still present, but will fade over the next few weeks.
Ptosis (pronounced "toe-sis") is the medical term for drooping of the upper eyelid(s). This lowering of the upper eyelid margin may cause a reduction in the field of vision when the eyelid either partially or completely obstructs the pupil. Patients with ptosis often have20difficulty keeping their eyelids open.