Spinach Frittata with orange juice

​See your way to a healthier breakfast

Aug 15, 2017

Breakfast is the most important meal of the day, so while you’re charging up your body for the day’s activities, why not also take the time to make sure your breakfast is keeping your eyes healthy, too?

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Dr. Allen, Dr. Bhend, Dr. Dingle, and Dr. Mathys

​CEENTA welcomes four new physicians

Aug 14, 2017

Charlotte Eye Ear Nose & Throat Associates, P.A. (CEENTA) is proud to announce four new physicians – Bradley Allen, MD, Ernest Bhend, MD, Isaac Dingle, MD, and Casey Mathys, MD – are joining CEENTA today.

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Dr. Adrian Elfersy on WSOC's Daily Two

Dr. Adrian Elfersy on WSOC's Daily Two

Aug 10, 2017

CEENTA Ophthalmologist Adrian Elfersy, MD, talked about how to keep your eyes safe while watching the eclipse on WSOC's Daily Two.

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Salisbury physicians

​Local providers. Premier care. We just make sense

Aug 03, 2017

CEENTA is known for premier health care throughout the Carolinas. Not only do we offer top-notch eye and ENT care, but we offer a continuity of care between our services. That means that doctors from our eye department can refer patients to doctors from our ENT department without having to send these patients to outside medical organizations, and vice versa. In fact, many times they don’t even have to go to a different office.

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Child wearing eclipse glasses

​Safely see the solar eclipse

Aug 03, 2017

A total solar eclipse is a rare and exciting event, and on August 21, 2017, this part of the country will be lucky enough to experience one. However, even the smallest view of the sun’s rays can cause irreversible damage to your eyes. So before you go out to watch it, make sure you follow a few important steps to keep your eyes safe and healthy.

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CEENTA Ophthalmologist Omar Punjabi, MD

Dr. Omar Punjabi discusses the eclipse on WCNC

Aug 01, 2017

CEENTA retina specialist Omar Punjabi, MD, talked about the upcoming solar eclipse, the damage the sun's rays can do to your eyes, and how to safely view the eclipse on WCNC's 5 p.m. news on Monday, July 31, 2017.

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