Milford, Pennsylvania

Milford Tri-State Eye

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Milford Tri-State Eye

510 Route 6 & 209, Suite 6-7
Milford, PA 18337
(570) 296-9696
Milford Tri-State Eye, Laser Vision Correction, Health and Beauty, Milford, Pennsylvania

At Tri-State Eye in Middletown, NY, they believe that you deserve to see the world with crisp, clear vision. Their expert team of eye doctors, eye surgeons, and retina specialists will help you see as well as you should. From glaucoma to vision loss, their staff diagnoses and treats a range of conditions so you can get out and enjoy the world.

Their eye doctors prioritize patient satisfaction, so everyone who visits their office leaves happy. Utilizing cutting-edge technology and optimal comprehensive care, they expertly pinpoint and treat any issues, providing the highest quality care available. They consistently provide the safest, most advanced procedures for their patients, and they were even the first to offer the Advanced Victus Laser procedure for bladeless cataract surgery. When patients are faced with a major procedure, the experts at Tri-State Eye understand you need a surgeon you can truly trust, and are ready to show you why their staff is the best in the business.

They also treat diabetic eye problems, dry eye issues, and more. If you suffer from vision loss, they will conduct an eye exam and write you a reliable eyeglasses or contacts prescription. If you’re interested in repairing your vision with laser eye surgery, they can determine whether you’re a candidate and provide the trusted, cutting-edge Lasik procedure in their facility.

Whether you suffer from cataracts or vision loss, visit Middletown’s most trusted eye doctors for the expert care you need. To schedule an appointment at Tri-State Eye, speak with a member of their caring staff at (845) 703-2020. To learn more about their offered services, visit their website

Announcements & Events from Milford Tri-State Eye
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