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Hudson Valley Eye Surgeons, PC

is a World-Class Center of Excellence in Ophthalmology

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Hudson Valley Eye Surgeons

A leading eye care practice in Dutchess County, HVES is in the heart of the Hudson Valley, with a bridge to two of the most respected hospitals for eye surgery, Vassar Brothers Medical Center and The New York Eye and Ear Infirmary. As the art and science of ophthalmology advances, Hudson Valley Eye Surgeons, PC is committed to remaining at the vanguard of advanced procedures and cutting-edge technology in Dutchess County. We have the full complement of high tech devices for diagnoses and treatment. Hudson Valley Eye Surgeons, PC is not only the guardian of your vision, but also the gatekeeper of your overall health. Proper treatment can detect life-threatening illnesses by exploring and testing your vision.

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general eye care
Do you consider routine vision exams when thinking about your health? Having regular eye exams can give the doctors at Hudson Valley Eye Surgeons a change to help correct or diagnose any vision changes, especially when caught early on. As we age common vision problems are also important to think about. Schedule an exam with us today!
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Glaucoma can cause permanent vision loss. Often referred to as the silent theft of sight, glaucoma, when caught early, can be treated and vision loss can be avoided. Hudson Valley Eye Surgeons offers a wide range of glaucoma treatments and we are confident we can find the right treatment for you. Call us to schedule your glaucoma screening today.
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Are you tired of wearing glasses and contact lenses? Hudson Valley Eye Surgeons may have a solution! LASIK eye surgery, along with other types of laser vision correction, can give you amazing clear vision and freedom from glasses and contact lenses.
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A healthy retina is essential for good vision. Since the retina is so susceptible to many different types of diseases, eye exams are important. Are you in need of an eye exam? Have you been diagnosed with a retinal disease? Schedule an appointment with Hudson Valley Eye Surgeons today.
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cosmetic procedures
Looking your best is an integral part of feeling your best. Hudson Valley Eye Surgeon's staff is here to provide the best treatment options based on your desired outcomes. Call today to set up a consultation.
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The cornea, most often referred to as the "window of the eye", is the clear, round surface at the front of the eye. The cornea is susceptible to many different diseases and disorders. Our cornea specialists are here to help diagnose and treat a wide range of corneal disease. Schedule an appointment today.
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diabetic eye disease
Regular eye exams are a very important part of treating our diabetic patients. Diabetic eye conditions can develop slowly, and often do not present any major symptoms until the condition has progressed. Regular eye exams can help catch any diabetic eye disease before it causes damage to your vision.
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A cataract is the clouding of the eye's naturally clear lens. It is the part of the eye that helps focus light on the retina. Most cataracts are related to aging and usually start around age 40. If you think you are a candidate for cataract surgery or would like more information, contact our office today to schedule your consultation.
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dry eye
Do you suffer from dry, itchy, irritated eyes after a long day's work? While experiencing dry eyes once in a while is normal, chronic dry eye symptoms are not. If you find yourself feeling the need to rub your eyes frequently, or rely on eye drops to get you through the day, chances are you’re dealing with dry eye syndrome. Contact Hudson Valley Eye Surgeons today to schedule an eye exam.
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Hudson Valley Eye Surgeons believes in offering a wide variety of comprehensive services for the entire family. Our expert optometrists can help determine your prescription, as well as find a perfect pair of glasses.
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Cataract Surgery
Aging is the most common cause of cataracts. The center of the lens slowly undergoes a process of dehydration, hardening, and sclerosis. The sclerosis is accompanied by a clouding of the lens (the cataract) and is present to some degree in almost everyone over 70 years old.

When a cataract blurs the vision severely enough that it interferes with your daily activities, cataract surgery will most likely be necessary. Since there is no known treatment for cataracts, removal of the cloudy cataract and lens implant surgery may be the only way to restore the proper focus of the eye.

The doctors at Hudson Valley Eye Surgeons can help review your cataract surgery options. Schedule your appointment today.
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LASIK Eye Surgery
The team at Hudson Valley Eye Surgeons is excited to offer you a variety of laser vision correction options. Many patients come to us with questions regarding laser vision correction.

That’s why we’ve compiled a list of some of our most frequently asked questions to help you determine if laser vision correction is right for you.
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Dry Eyes
Dry Eye Disease (DED) is a common and often chronic disease affecting the ocular surface. It affects approximately 20 million people in the United States and can have a profound effect on a patient's quality of life. Mild to moderate forms of DED can interfere with everyday tasks to include driving at night, reading and watching TV. Active contact lens wearers and outdoor enthusiasts have also experienced the harmful effects of DED and are unaware the problem is easily treatable if properly identified. Many aging patients don't realize the symptoms of dryness, scratchiness, burning or watering are classic for DED. Most associate their Dry Eyes with the aging process and therefore remain untreated. Trends in the diagnosis of DED are shifting to the millennials who spend a significant amount of time viewing their personal mobile devices and working online. Ask one of our patient services representatives about scheduling an appointment if you are experiencing eye fatigue or dry eye symptoms.
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200 Westage Business Ctr Dr
Suite #110
Fishkill, NY 12524
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FAX: 845-896-0246