Area’s Leading Primary Eye Care Provider Scheduled to Attend 14th Semi-Annual Educational Symposium Hosted By SightMD

The latest breakthroughs in prevention, diagnosis and treatment of the most common vision-threatening conditions will be discussed by SightMD surgeons during their lectures to primary eye care practitioners at the upcoming 14th Semi-Annual Continuing Education Symposium, according to eye surgeon, Jeffrey Martin, MD, FACS, Chief Executive Officer of SightMD.

“Our focus at SightMD is to work closely with our optometric colleagues and help ensure their credentialing and educational requirements are met in a timely and professional manner for years to come,” said Dr. Martin. “We fully embrace this educational opportunity with passion and enjoy the opportunity to catch up with the primary eye care community to discuss the latest breakthroughs in treatment in our respective fields.”

SightMD’s semi-annual events continue to be among the most popular and successful optometric educational symposiums of the year. This year’s event is once again being held at the Huntington Hilton in Melville, NY on Sunday, June 11th, where an experienced faculty will lecture on a wide variety of topics, including: Laser Cataract Surgery, Continuous Depth of Focus Cataract Lens Implants, LASIK laser vision correction, Unexpected Vision Loss, Retinal Vascular Disorders, Herpectic Eye Disease, Tearing & Dry Eye Treatment, Glaucoma Management, Ocular Cosmetic Surgery and cornea-related issues like keratoconus and other ectatic disorders.

A total of 6 credit hours of continuing education – approved in both New York & Florida – will be presented. Faculty for this year’s event includes Dr. Martin, who will Emcee the event and lecture on the latest updates on cataract removal, lens implantation, laser cataract surgery and LASIK laser vision correction. Other faculty members include Dr. Lawrence Buono, Dr. Edward Marcus, Dr. Faye…

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