In light of COVID-19, the CDC recommends wearing a simple cloth facemask whenever it is impossible to maintain a six-foot distance from people who do not live in your house while in public. Depending on where you live, this recommendation may actually be a requirement prior to entering a business or establishment. It is absolutely the requirement at Seeta Eye Center – both for patients and staff.
Refractive Lens Exchange
Serving Poughkeepsie, Fishkill and Nearby Areas of the Hudson Valley
Newborns, while possessed with the full visual capacity to see objects and colors, can only see 8-15 inches away. Over time, distance vision improves, as does the development of color vision, allowing babies with healthy vision to see the world with more clarity right around four months. However, vision development does not stop at this point. In fact, it continues throughout our lives.
If you have been considering vision correction surgery, now is the time to contact Seeta Eye Centers for a free consultation where you can learn about your options, our technology, and the most effective way to find lasting freedom from glasses and contact lenses. We offer a range of vision correction services at our Fishkill and Poughkeepsie locations, and our board-certified ophthalmologists are among the most respected and trusted eye surgeons in the state of New York.
Laser cataract surgery offers a precise, safe, and incredibly effective way to remove cataracts without the use of metal surgical tools. Our Poughkeepsie cataract surgeons use the state-of-the-art LenSx® femtosecond laser, providing benefits including:
While October may seem a little early to start thinking about your HSA or flex account, most plan participants lose benefits at the first of the year, making now an ideal time to begin planning your procedure.
The American Society of Cataract and Refractive Surgery (ASCRS) is one of the leading organizations behind many recent advances in eye surgery technology. At the annual symposium for the ASCRS, Seeta Eye Care Centers' own Highland ophthalmologist Dr. Satish S. Modi gave a presentation on a new type of intraocular lens that has the potential to help millions of patients with cataracts who are thinking of undergoing refractive surgery.
Despite the advances in laser surgery technology over the last decade, many people who come to our Highland area practice are not candidates due to corneal degeneration and other factors. For these patients, refractive lens replacement is the most promising alternative to LASIK, and may even improve on older methods of vision correction.
Ideal candidates for refractive lens replacement: