Dr. Adrienne Cassata
Dr. Adrienne Cassata
Dr. Adrienne Cassata (maiden name Manzo) graduated from Grand Island High School in 1995 and is a current Island resident with her husband and two children. After high school, she received her Bachelor’s degree from John Carroll University and went on to obtain her Optometry degree from Nova Southeastern University College of Optometry. After moving back to Western New York when she finished her education, she worked for a busy Ophthalmology practice in Western New York for 10 years which has greatly aided in her vast clinical skills. Dr. Cassata currently enjoys examining patients of all ages, including pediatric and Adult.
Dr. Adrienne Cassata
Family Eye Doctor
1780 Grand Island Blvd,
Grand Island, NY 14072
We offer the latest technology not only in managing eye health but also for glasses and lenses.
Our patients get personalized care during their eye exam and while they are choosing frames and lenses. We have staff members that are able to help you with your frame choice depending on your face structure and style. They also will take the time to sit down with you and help you choose the best lens options for you lifestyle, which is especially important in our digital age.
Infants and Children
Dr. Cassata is able to examine children from infancy with a specialized infant camera and examination equipment. She also has pediatric acuity testing charts that don’t require knowledge of letters or numbers which play videos to help kids to pay attention while she performs her exam. Along with the American Optometric Association, she believes in the importance of early intervention for children with vision problems. Unfortunately, children are sometimes not aware they have a vision problem because they don’t have “normal” vision with which to compare it and just assume that everyone see’s the way that that do! That causes their conditions to go undiagnosed in their critical early developmental years resulting in life-long problems with their vision and ability to learn and work. Even if vision clarity is perfect at a distance, many other conditions can affect their eyes- kids must have great tracking, eye teaming, focusing, and healthy eyes for great vision. Dr. Cassata is able to manage children with Strabismus and Amblyopia and has a proper referral system if surgery is needed.
Adults: Dr. Cassata is able to examine and monitor adults for the following: Routine eye exams for contacts and glasses, Cataracts, Diabetic Retinopathy, Dry eyes, Glaucoma, Macular Degeneration, Retinal conditions associated with floaters and flashing lights, Red eyes, Eye pain, and Foreign body removal.
Dr. Cassata has an extensive history of working at Nursing home facilities and is able to perform eye exams on the elderly, even if you are concerned that they are not able to respond accurately during testing. She is able to determine their vision, prescription, and ocular health by objective methods.
Call us to make an appointment with our optometrist to talk about your eyeglasses, contact lenses or specialty lens needs. Drop in anytime to browse through our large selection of designer eyeglass frames and sunglasses!
What is eye care?
Eye care experts recommend you have a complete eye exam every year to assess your risk for potentially damaging eye conditions, as well as to keep on top of any changes in vision you may be experiencing.
Routine eye exams are important, regardless of your age or physical health. During a complete eye exam, your eye doctor will not only determine your prescription for eyeglasses or contact lenses, but will also check your eyes for common eye diseases, assess how your eyes work together as a team and evaluate your eyes as an indicator of your overall health.
Do you offer emergency care?
Please call our Grand Island office at 716-775-2220 for further instructions. Use your best judgment. If you feel your vision issue is urgent, do not delay treatment – visit your nearest emergency treatment center.
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It may sound confusing at first, but you can plan to use your vision insurance to your maximum benefit by fully understanding what is specifically covered or not covered under your vision insurance plan, and by also discussing options with your eye care professional to see how best to apply your particular vision coverage to your eye care expenses.
This planning includes fully understanding any traditional health insurance coverage you may have. Unexpected eye injury or the onset of certain eye diseases and their related treatments is often covered by your traditional health insurance rather than your specific vision insurance plan.
The point here is—it’s your vision insurance, your vision coverage—understanding your particular vision insurance plan is critical to maximizing those benefits.
We take the following insurance.
Eyemed Vision Care
Please visit our insurance page for more information.
If you need emergency eye care, simply call our 24-hour emergency hotline.
Our office will ensure that you receive the best possible care.