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Eye Care Tips for Dealing with Allergies and Contact Lenses

Sea­son­al aller­gies affect around 40 mil­lion Amer­i­cans and about 30 mil­lion peo­ple wear con­tact lens­es. If you fall into both cat­e­gories, you know the itchy, watery mis­ery of sea­son­al aller­gies is made worse by the plas­tic on your corneas. Dr. Steven Stet­son, med­ical direc­tor of Dia­mond Vision, a laser-vision and eye care cen­ter in Man­hat­tan, has eye care tips for those of you who suf­fer sea­son­al aller­gies and wear con­tacts. Read More

July 24th, 2015|0 Comments

About the Author:

Born in Connecticut and raised in Upstate New York , Dr. Stetson graduated Cum Laude from Colgate University in New York, and then earned an MD degree with honors at the University of Vermont College of Medicine. He distinguished himself again in residency at the Albany Medical Center, where he obtained the highest percentile in the Ophthalmology Knowledge Assessment Examinations. Dr. Stetson has performed more than 50,000 refractive surgeries and has been on staff at Diamond Vision since 2004, before becoming Medical Director in 2006.


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