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Why Can’t I Get LASIK While Breastfeeding?

With a new baby, adjusting can be tough. Being a first-time mom is a beautiful thing, but it’s not without its struggles. It can be especially difficult for new mothers who wear glasses or contacts. Where did you put your glasses when you went to catch a few hours of sleep before being back up?… Read More


Innovation Enhances Eye Care Through Research

When it comes to innovation, it’s important to realize that research is a component. At SightMD, we realize this and are currently involved in several studies. Keep reading to learn more! Studies We Are Currently Involved In As the director of clinical research at SightMD, I am happy to provide an overview of current studies…. Read More


Trading Up For LASIK

If you wear eyeglasses or contact lenses, you likely have to make a lot of ‘either or’ choices right now. Do you keep your glasses on or your contacts in so you can see during a hotel stay during a family vacation? Or do you let the world go blurry for a bit so you… Read More


Diabetes: Treat Early and Often

With many chronic conditions, you can’t tell who is healthy and who is not by looking at them. This is especially the case when it comes to diabetic eye diseases. You may have perfect vision, but as a diabetic, you’re more likely to have diabetic eye diseases. So what can you do? The importance of… Read More


3 Ways to Pay for LASIK

Are you considering undergoing LASIK but haven’t gotten to it because you don’t know how to pay for it? Trust us when we say that you are not alone. LASIK is, after all, an elective surgical procedure. For insurance purposes, this means that any form of LASIK will not be covered. This is true even… Read More


SightMD Earns Top Honors In Four Categories In 2019 Annual ‘Best of Long Island’ Competition

January 30, 2019 – SMITHTOWN, LONG ISLAND… In what has become the most professional and prestigious awards program on Long Island, SightMD has once again earned top honors in multiple categories in the 14th Annual Best of Long Island (BOLI) 2019, according to eye surgeon, Jeffrey Martin, MD, FACS, Chief Executive Officer of SightMD. For… Read More


Exercising your heart while protecting your ears

Millions of people begin a new exercise program when the new year starts. If you’re planning to kick start your fitness this year, you’re not alone. As a successful strategy for losing weight and getting in shape, exercise is one of the most popular New Year’s resolutions. But is there a way you can exercise… Read More


3 Tips To Make The Most Of LASIK Surgery & Recovery

You’ve done the research. You found a LASIK surgeon you are comfortable with and you understand the procedure. You are ready to pay for the procedure and have budgeted accordingly! You’re a good candidate for the surgery and are ready to pull the trigger. But are you really ready? Here are 3 tips for making… Read More


What Should You Do If You Get A Stye?

Young Woman on Brooklyn Bridge

Dealing with an inflamed or swollen eyelid? You may have what is known as a stye. Styes can be annoying and cause pain when left untreated. Keep reading to learn more about what to do if you get a stye! What Is A Stye? A stye is a swollen eyelid that is the result of a… Read More


4 LASIK Candidacy Truths To Follow

LASIK has become a common thing in recent years. But just because it’s considered common, don’t think everyone can get LASIK. LASIK is a surgery, and you must be a good candidate to undergo it. Keep reading to learn helpful LASIK candidacy truths to follow! 1. What kind of person is a good LASIK candidate?… Read More


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