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5 out of 5 stars Eyelid Surgery

46YearsOld - Brooklyn, NY

I have had nothing but positive experiences with Dr. Natalie Borodoker and her office staff. The office is brand new, clean, and runs on time. Dr. Borodoker is very knowledgeable, understanding, and really works with you to provide the best care possible. She is a great doctor!!! I have done plastic surgery (upper lids) with her. Could not have had a better outcome. I look 10 years younger...

Consultation Only - Very Unpleasant Experiences Here - Avoid at All Costs - Brooklyn, NY

I went to Dr. Borodoker several times, and had only unpleasant experiences with her. At first she seemed nice (which is why I came several times), but I always felt rushed throughout my appointments, and was shocked by how rude and condescending Dr. Borodoker could be at times. Terrible bedside manner. The most frustrating incident was when she promised she'd give me a call regarding a...

2 out of 5 stars Laser Eye Surgery

Unnecessary Procedure Performed Once She Was Told my Insurance.

Her behaviour was highly unprofessional and unethical unnecessary procedure because i had Medicaid.

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Board Certifications

Board-certified by the American Board of Ophthalmology

Consultation Fee

Free

Hospital Privileges

Dr. Borodoker has hospital affiliations at Lenox Hill, NYU Hospital, Manhattan Eye Ear and Throat Hospital.

Education

  • Undergraduate & Medical School

    Medical: MD, New York University School of Medicine, Medical Education
  • Post-Medical School Training

    Internship: Mount Sinai Hospital, Cabrini Medical Center (Internal Medicine), 2002-2003
    Residency Training, New York University (Ophthalmology), 2003-2006

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Can I Use Latisse Instead of Lumigan for Glaucoma?

Bimatoprost 0.03% is a formulation for both Latisse and Lumigan. However, Lumigan is used as a drop, while Latisse is brushed on the lash line. I... READ MORE

Can I Use Betimol Instead of Latisse?

No you may not. Different class of medicine altogether. Betimol does not cause eyelash growth, do not use glaucoma meds interchangiably. Both lower... READ MORE

Lasik for $299: is This a Scam?

Lasik surgery is not inexpensive. But, then again, you only get it once in a lifetime. Considering the cost of contact lenses and glasses over the... READ MORE

Had PRK 1 Week Ago, Right Eye Has Been in Pain and Right Now I'm 20/40, is That Normal?

It is completely normal for your vision to be 20/40 one weak after a PRK procedure. It takes longer than for Lasik to get complete recovery and ideal... READ MORE

Eyelashes Falling Out- Using Latisse For 1 Year

Eyelash hair like any hair has a natural life cycle. Latisse is a great medicine and works mainly by prolonging the active growth phase of the hair.... READ MORE

Why Cant I Use Lumigan Treating Glaucoma, Instead of Lattise?

Lumigan .03% eyedrops are the same formulation as Latisse, so effectively it is the same medicine. However they are prescribed for different purpose.... READ MORE

Could Laser Eye Color Surgery Work?

There is actually a medical condition in which the iris becomes lighter by losing its pigment. That leads to increased intraocular pressure because... READ MORE

Qualifications
Experience
Practicing for 10 year.
Board Certifications
Board-certified by the American Board of Ophthalmology
Consultation Fee

Free

Hospital Privileges
Dr. Borodoker has hospital affiliations at Lenox Hill, NYU Hospital, Manhattan Eye Ear and Throat Hospital.
Education
  • Undergraduate & Medical School

    Medical: MD, New York University School of Medicine, Medical Education
  • Post-Medical School Training

    Internship: Mount Sinai Hospital, Cabrini Medical Center (Internal Medicine), 2002-2003
    Residency Training, New York University (Ophthalmology), 2003-2006

Treatments offered by Natalie Borodoker, MD


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5 out of 5 stars Eyelid Surgery

46YearsOld - Brooklyn, NY

I have had nothing but positive experiences with Dr. Natalie Borodoker and her office staff. The office is brand new, clean, and runs on time. Dr. Borodoker is very knowledgeable, understanding, and really works with you to provide the best care possible. She is a great doctor!!! I have done plastic surgery (upper lids) with her. Could not have had a better outcome. I look 10 years younger...

Consultation Only - Very Unpleasant Experiences Here - Avoid at All Costs - Brooklyn, NY

I went to Dr. Borodoker several times, and had only unpleasant experiences with her. At first she seemed nice (which is why I came several times), but I always felt rushed throughout my appointments, and was shocked by how rude and condescending Dr. Borodoker could be at times. Terrible bedside manner. The most frustrating incident was when she promised she'd give me a call regarding a...

2 out of 5 stars Laser Eye Surgery

Unnecessary Procedure Performed Once She Was Told my Insurance.

Her behaviour was highly unprofessional and unethical unnecessary procedure because i had Medicaid.



Can I Use Latisse Instead of Lumigan for Glaucoma?

Bimatoprost 0.03% is a formulation for both Latisse and Lumigan. However, Lumigan is used as a drop, while Latisse is brushed on the lash line. I... READ MORE

Can I Use Betimol Instead of Latisse?

No you may not. Different class of medicine altogether. Betimol does not cause eyelash growth, do not use glaucoma meds interchangiably. Both lower... READ MORE

Lasik for $299: is This a Scam?

Lasik surgery is not inexpensive. But, then again, you only get it once in a lifetime. Considering the cost of contact lenses and glasses over the... READ MORE

Had PRK 1 Week Ago, Right Eye Has Been in Pain and Right Now I'm 20/40, is That Normal?

It is completely normal for your vision to be 20/40 one weak after a PRK procedure. It takes longer than for Lasik to get complete recovery and ideal... READ MORE

Eyelashes Falling Out- Using Latisse For 1 Year

Eyelash hair like any hair has a natural life cycle. Latisse is a great medicine and works mainly by prolonging the active growth phase of the hair.... READ MORE

Why Cant I Use Lumigan Treating Glaucoma, Instead of Lattise?

Lumigan .03% eyedrops are the same formulation as Latisse, so effectively it is the same medicine. However they are prescribed for different purpose.... READ MORE

Could Laser Eye Color Surgery Work?

There is actually a medical condition in which the iris becomes lighter by losing its pigment. That leads to increased intraocular pressure because... READ MORE

Treatments offered by Natalie Borodoker, MD

Treatments offered by Natalie Borodoker, MD

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