Cataract surgery is the most commonly performed surgery in the United States. More than twenty percent of patients who receive cataract surgery also have glaucoma and are taking at least one eye drop to lower the eye pressure. New treatment technologies are available for patients who have glaucoma at the same time as cataract surgery…. Read More
Cataracts are very common. In fact, most people develop early-stage cataracts by the time they reach their fifties. Most early cataracts cause little or no symptoms, but as they progress, they can create symptoms that interfere with day-to-day activities. The rate at which cataracts progress is extremely variable. When is the right time to have… Read More
Join the Huddle
Each year, nearly 25,000 Americans visit the emergency room due to a workplace eye injury. During Workplace Eye Wellness Month this March, the American Academy of Ophthalmology and Hudson Valley Eye Surgeons reminds employers and workers about the importance of wearing certified and approved eye protection.