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Between the ages of 0 and 20 our eyes, like the rest of our body, are constantly growing and changing. Clear vision is essential to a person's visual development making routine eye exams key in detecting vision and eye health problems such as refractive errors and Keratoconus.
Those with high astigmatism should be screened for Keratoconus. When detected early Keratoconus can be treated with the use of cross-linking surgery. This procedure is used to strengthen the cornea and prevent the need for a corneal transplant later in life.
During the ages of 20-40, your eyes have stopped growing and vision becomes stable. This is the age most patients with refractive errors such as nearsightedness and astigmatism want to experience freedom from dependency on glasses or contacts. Seeta Eye is the only practice in central New York to offer SMILE flapless LASIK as well as other state-of-the-art laser eye surgeries.
For those without eye issues in childhood, we recommend a comprehensive eye exam every two years, especially if you have a family history of eye-related issues.
During this stage in life, many people begin to notice changes in their vision. The most common eye-related issues that develop in your 40s is Presbyopia or age-related farsightedness. These conditions can be treated with the use of certain eye drops, eyeglasses, contact lenses, and sometimes LASIK.
Note any changes you see day to day and don’t skip your regular eye appointments during this time!
Common age-related vision changes include the need for more light, problems with glare, reduction in tear production leading to dry eyes, and difficulty doing close work like reading. These may be symptoms of underlying diseases such as Cataracts, Glaucoma, and Macular Degeneration that often develop in your 50s. To maintain your eyes health, especially if eye-related issues run in your family you schedule an annual comprehensive eye exam.
Vision loss among people above the age of 60 is a major health concern. Cataracts are a condition that refers to the clouding of the eye's natural lens that causes reduced vision. As cataracts worsen and patients are no longer able to enjoy their daily activities they start to suffer from a decreased quality of life. Here at Seeta Eye we have been providing cataract surgery to patients for over 45 years and have the most up-to-date state-of-the-art technology to help our patients reach their individual vision goals.
With more than 45 years of service to eye care patients throughout the Hudson Valley region, Seeta Eye continues to provide you and your family with a lifetime of optimal ocular health and vision. Our dedication to individualized care means that you will always have an eye doctor with a personal investment in your well-being.
To find out how the experienced eye care professionals of Seeta Eye can cater to your visual needs, call our multispecialty ophthalmology practice today at (845) EYE-CARE (Poughkeepsie: (845) 454-1025, Yorktown Heights: (845) 440-1175). We happily serve patients in Poughkeepsie, Yorktown and Nearby Areas of the Hudson Valley.
As leaders in Cataract Surgery in the Hudson Valley for over 45 years, Seeta Eye understands that vision is everything. That is why our doctors work with patients to create a treatment plan to best help them reach their unique vision goals. We proudly offer a variety of treatment options,
including standard mono-focal lenses, multifocal intraocular lenses, bladeless laser cataract surgery, light adjustable lens, and more. Don't settle when it comes to your vision, call to set up a cataract consultation today.
As a premier provider of LASIK Surgery, Seeta Eye understands that relying on prescription eyewear such as contacts or glasses can be a hassle. That is why we work with patients to increase their quality of life without compromise. As the only practice in central New York to offer SMILE Flapless LASIK patients can expect quality customized care. Change the way you see the world and ask about your vision correction options when you schedule a no-cost, no-obligation consultation with us.
As a dry eye center of excellence Seeta Eye, offers a variety of treatment options including prescription eye drops, IPL Laser treatment, and punctual plugs to help manage your dry eye disease. Dry eyes are a common eye condition and most often affect people middle-aged or older. Symptoms include excessive tearing, eye fatigue, contact lens discomfort, itchiness, blurred vision, and more. If you are treating dry eyes with artificial tears and see little to no difference then further intervention may be necessary.
If you notice the sudden development of floaters, blurred vision, or loss of vision it may be a sign of a damaged retina. Our retinal specialists can diagnose, manage, and treat retinal conditions such as diabetic retinopathy and diabetic macular edema, age-related macular degradation, and more. The retina can be affected by things like diabetes, our body's natural aging process, smoking, eye trauma, and family history.
Oculofacial Plastic Surgery is a specialized area of ophthalmology, which over the years has progressed from the treatment of medical conditions such as drooping eyelids, blocked tear ducts, and tumors of the eyes to include cosmetic reconstruction such as botox, brow lift, and
rejuvenating co2 skin resurfacing. As a member of ASOPRS, our oculofacial plastic surgeon is passionate about improving patients’ quality of life and confidence through reconstructive and cosmetic oculoplastic surgery.
A cataract is a condition that refers to the clouding of the eye’s lens.
A common condition that occurs when your tears aren't able to provide adequate lubrication for your eyes.
Seeta Eye is equipt with a state-of-the-art suite offering the very latest in vision correction technology.
Common retinal conditions include floaters, macular degeneration, diabetic eye disease, retinal detachment, and retinitis pigmentosa.
Our team of experts is here to diligently provide personalized compassionate eye care for our patients in Poughkeepsie, Yorktown, and Nearby Areas of the Hudson Valley.
Quality Services Our staff is trained in the most up-to-date techniques and procedures to deliver high-quality care to our patients.
We continually invest in the most advanced equipment to deliver
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Friendly Staff whether you are new to our practice or have been seeing us for years we pride ourselves on having a friendly and professional atmosphere that you can rely on for all of your eye health needs.
We take the time to assess your specific eye care needs to create a
customized plan to meet your visual goals.|
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