2126 Merrick Mall

Merrick, NY 11566 US

516-546-4800

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Welcome to Dr. Landrio & Associates:

Your Eye Doctors in Merrick, New York!

Dr. Landrio & Associates is your home for family eye care in Merrick, New York. Our optometrists serve Merrick, Freeport, East Meadow, and East Long Beach areas as well. Whether you’re a first-time patient, need an eye exam, are looking for the latest in glasses or contact lenses, or having vision problems, we’re here to help.

We aim to provide preventative, routine, and corrective care to help you maintain optimal eye health. Our eye doctors are here to provide these services in a caring and cutting-edge environment, where we promise to deliver the very best in professional vision and eye care.

Our Merrick location has provided eye care services for more than a decade. Our caring optometry staff offers the latest in diagnostic testing and treatment. Our optometrists take a one-on-one approach for eye care, discussing all available options to help you maintain optimal eye health.

Welcome Dr. Landrio & Associates, Your Eye Doctors in Merrick, New York!

Not Your Typical Eye Doctors

Dr. Landrio & Associates provides so much more than typical eye exams. Each of our optometrists are fully licensed in diagnosing and treating a number of conditions and diseases of the eye, such as keratoconus, eye disease, injury and trauma, or various ocular limitations. 

Keratoconus is a progressive eye disease where the cornea thins out and eventually bulges like a cone. When this happens, it brings light rays out of focus, causing your vision to be blurry and distorted. This makes daily tasks like driving or reading incredibly difficult. Keratoconus treatment depends on your symptoms, but mild cases can be corrected with eyeglasses. Later, you may need to wear hard, custom contact lenses to help keep vision in proper focus.

The Eye Care Services and Selections You're Looking For

We believe our services and technology are second-to-none. We offer non-invasive imaging tests such as Optical Coherence Tomography (OCT), Retinal Imaging, Optos, Topography, Visual Fields, and more.

Our selection of frames for eyeglasses are extensive, with over 300 frames to select from. In addition, we offer sports goggles, pediatric glasses, sunglasses, and designer frames. We also offer contact lenses of all types including options for those hard to fit patients, those who want bifocal, colored, or daily disposable contacts.

We also offer pre- and post-operative care for patients undergoing LASIK eye surgery or other surgical procedures.

If you have child who needs vision correction or eye care services, then look no further, we offer pediatric eye care for your little ones. We are fully equipped with providing all of your child’s eye care needs in the comfort of our office.

Make an Appointment with Our Optometrists Today

Everyone at Dr. Landrio & Associates is committed to ensuring the comfort and satisfaction of each patient. We do our best to accommodate your busy schedule by booking appointment times that meet your needs. Our knowledgeable staff in Merrick will do their best to help you understand your vision needs and insurance coverage to ensure that you get the best care possible. Call us today at 516-546-4800 to make an appointment for your eye exam.

Office Hours

Monday:

10am - 7pm

Tuesday:

10am - 5pm

Wednesday:

10am - 5pm

Thursday:

10am - 5pm

Friday:

10am - 5pm

Saturday:

9am - 1pm

Sunday:

Closed

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Meet The Optometrists

  • Dr.
    L. Landrio
    Optometrist

    Dr. Lori Landrio graduated from the prestigious SUNY College of Optometry (NYC) in 1997.  Upon graduation, Dr. Landrio was recruited as the Clinical Director of TLC Laser Eye Centers in Garden City.  The highlight of her 10 year employment at TLC was working closely with renowned lasik and cataract surgeon, Dr. Eric Donnenfeld.

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  • Dr.
    M. Zimmerman
    Optometrist

    Dr. Marissa Zimmerman graduated Beta Sigma Kappa from SUNY State College Of Optometry. She is skilled in the diagnosis and treatment of dry eye, infections and allergies of the eye, and vision related problems.

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  • Dr.
    K. Dorman
    Optometrist

    Dr. Karen Dorman has been practicing optometry in Merrick for 27 years. She received her undergraduate bachelor’s degree from SUNY Albany in 1976 and her Doctor of Optometry degree from SUNY College of Optometry in 1980.

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  • "Dr. Landrio is one of the best eye doctors there is. One visit will have you going back for all your needs cause she is so professional, smart and friendly. Thank you Dr. Landrio for fixing my eyes."
    C R xxx.xxx.13.209
  • "Dr. Landrio is probably the nicest, most patient doctor I've met! She really took the time to listen to me and answer all my questions with a thoughtful answer. It wasn't brushed off like how your questions can be at other offices. The wait time was short. There was no pressure to buy glasses at the office but it was offered. She even asked "permission" to send me a yearly reminder for a check-up. I'd gladly come here again."
    JK xxx.xxx.201.205
  • "They made sure every single question I had was answered, and are always available if I think of any more questions. Their staff is very friendly and welcoming. They are very warm and professional and make the whole experience that much better. All of my questions were answered. The office is very easy to locate."

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