Inna Lazar, OD

Optometry

Optometry

13 Arcadia Road, Old Greenwich, CT 06870, USA

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Dr. Lazar obtained her Bachelor of Science Degree in Psychology with a minor in Biology from the University of Pittsburgh and her Doctor of Optometry Degree from the Pennsylvania College of Optometry now known as Salus University.

Dr. Lazar’s clinical training includes diagnosis and management of ocular diseases, specialty contact lens fittings, pediatric and geriatric eye exams as well as comprehensive primary eye care.

She received her training at numerous hospitals throughout the United States including The Eye Institute in Philadelphia, the Einstein Hospital in Philadelphia, Ophthalmic Consultants of Connecticut in Fairfiled and Kay, Tabas & Niknam Ophthalmology Associates in Philadelphia.

She is a member of the American Optometric Association, American Academy of Optometry as well as Connecticut Optometric Association.

​Dr. Lazar is also able to perform a comprehensive eye exam in multiple languages including Ukrainian and Russian.

Dr. Lazar especially enjoys working with children and has participated in the volunteer Head Start program, providing initial screenings and eye exams to the children in Philadelphia.

During her free time, Dr. Lazar enjoys traveling with her husband, spending time with her family and friends. She is a true food enthusiast and loves to try and cook different cuisines. To stay active she plays tennis and was on a college tennis team.

Education

  • OD: Pennsylvania College of Optometry (Salus University)

  • BS: University of Pittsburgh

Board Certifications

  • American Optometric Association

  • American Academy of Orthokeratology and Myopia Control

  • Connecticut Association of Optometrists

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Inna Lazar, OD

1 month ago

Podcast

Optometry and the Beauty of Eyes w/ Dr. Inna Lazar

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Inna Lazar, OD

2 months ago

Article

Myopia: Correction and Management

Myopia, more commonly known as nearsightedness, is a vision disorder that results in far-away objects becoming blurry, while closer objects are still seen clearly. It’s one of the most common eye problems, affecting 1.45 billion...

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Inna Lazar, OD

2 months ago

Videos

Dry Eye – Treatment

Treatment for dry eye, usually depends on what is causing the problem. Talk to your doctor if another condition is causing your dry eye. Treating that condition may improve your dry eye symptoms. Another great...

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Inna Lazar, OD

2 months ago

Videos

Dry Eye – Symptoms

Symptoms of dry eye can include having scratchy feeling in your eyes, burning sensation, contact lens intolerance. Often patients come in saying, my eyes are red or they’re watering all the time. I’m unable to...

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Inna Lazar, OD

2 months ago

Videos

Dry Eye – Prevention

Your eyes may feel better. If you try to avoid smoke with an air conditioning. It is important to add a humidifier, especially in the winter time. Try to limit screen time, and if you...

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Inna Lazar, OD

2 months ago

Videos

Dry Eye – Occurrence

Eye disease affects millions of Americans every year. Most often, those patients that are currently suffering from chronic inflammatory systemic diseases will suffer from aqueous deficiency type of dry eye. Evaporative type of dry eye...

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Inna Lazar, OD

2 months ago

Videos

Dry Eye – Causes

Causes of dry eye may include dry environment or workplace with high wind or air conditioning, sun exposure. Sometimes patients that underwent previous eye surgeries often suffer from dry eye. Dry eye sometimes can be...

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Inna Lazar, OD

5 months ago

Videos

Orthokeratology Contact Lenses for Myopia Control

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Inna Lazar, OD

5 months ago

Article

Why Is My Eye Twitching?

Probably everyone has had that feeling: ahh, my eye is twitching. You never know how to make it stop, how long it will keep going, or why it’s happening. The truth is that eyelid and eye...

Read Article
Inna Lazar, OD

5 months ago

Blog

April Showers Bring May (and More) Allergies

Spring has arrived! The birds are chirping, the days are getting longer, and suddenly you’re experiencing itchy and watery eyes. Seasonal allergies affect an estimated 50 million people in the United States, making the spring season...

Read Blog
Inna Lazar, OD

2 months ago

Videos

Dry Eye – Treatment

Treatment for dry eye, usually depends on what is causing the problem. Talk to your doctor if another condition is causing your dry eye. Treating that condition may improve your dry eye symptoms. Another great...

Watch and Share
Inna Lazar, OD

2 months ago

Videos

Dry Eye – Symptoms

Symptoms of dry eye can include having scratchy feeling in your eyes, burning sensation, contact lens intolerance. Often patients come in saying, my eyes are red or they’re watering all the time. I’m unable to...

Watch and Share
Inna Lazar, OD

2 months ago

Videos

Dry Eye – Prevention

Your eyes may feel better. If you try to avoid smoke with an air conditioning. It is important to add a humidifier, especially in the winter time. Try to limit screen time, and if you...

Watch and Share
Inna Lazar, OD

2 months ago

Videos

Dry Eye – Occurrence

Eye disease affects millions of Americans every year. Most often, those patients that are currently suffering from chronic inflammatory systemic diseases will suffer from aqueous deficiency type of dry eye. Evaporative type of dry eye...

Watch and Share
Inna Lazar, OD

2 months ago

Videos

Dry Eye – Causes

Causes of dry eye may include dry environment or workplace with high wind or air conditioning, sun exposure. Sometimes patients that underwent previous eye surgeries often suffer from dry eye. Dry eye sometimes can be...

Watch and Share
Inna Lazar, OD

5 months ago

Videos

Orthokeratology Contact Lenses for Myopia Control

Watch and Share
Inna Lazar, OD

2 months ago

Article

Myopia: Correction and Management

Myopia, more commonly known as nearsightedness, is a vision disorder that results in far-away objects becoming blurry, while closer objects are still seen clearly. It’s one of the most common eye problems, affecting 1.45 billion...

Read Article
Inna Lazar, OD

5 months ago

Article

Why Is My Eye Twitching?

Probably everyone has had that feeling: ahh, my eye is twitching. You never know how to make it stop, how long it will keep going, or why it’s happening. The truth is that eyelid and eye...

Read Article
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Inna Lazar, OD

5 months ago

Blog

April Showers Bring May (and More) Allergies

Spring has arrived! The birds are chirping, the days are getting longer, and suddenly you’re experiencing itchy and watery eyes. Seasonal allergies affect an estimated 50 million people in the United States, making the spring season...

Read Blog

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