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According to the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), the minimum age a person can undergo LASIK eye surgery is 18. Additionally, the eye doctors at Cheema MD Eye Care recommend patients have a consistent prescription for either their eyeglasses or contact lens for at least 12 months before considering surgery to avoid the risk of their vision changing afterward. The up-front cost of LASIK may scare some patients into spending more money over time on contact lenses and eyeglasses. Learn more about the financing options available at Cheema MD Eye Care, and review patient success stories to learn more about the procedure.

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Laser Cataract Surgery

Cataracts are the most common vision disorder among patients over 50 years of age. The natural lens in your eye may become progressively more blurry as you age, impairing your vision, and disrupting day-to-day activities. This is curable through cataract surgery, a quick and comfortable surgical procedure that leaves you with restored clear vision. Fortunately, the eye doctors and ophthalmologists at Cheema MD Eye Care have a long-standing history of providing the leading cataract surgery procedures to patients in the Kingston and Hudson Valley, New York area. Schedule an appointment with us today to learn more about the intraocular lens technology available at our practice.

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When it comes to cataract surgery, it’s important to have options. At Cheema Eye, we’re excited to now offer cataract patients the PanOptix® trifocal IOL! The PanOptix® trifocal IOL is the first of its kind, allowing for vision at all distances: near, intermediate, and distance.

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Advanced IOLs

There are many different types of IOLs available on the market. Dr. Cheema offers only the best and is committed to matching patients with the perfect IOL to suit their needs.  Advanced lens implants will not only improve your vision after cataract surgery but can correct presbyopia. Presbyopia is a condition where your eye is unable to focus clearly on objects that are up close. Correcting presbyopia can free your need for reading glasses or bifocals. There are many types of advanced lens implants including multifocal, accommodating, and toric IOL.

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Refractive Lens Exchange

Often referred to as lens replacement surgery or clear lens extraction, refractive lens exchanges are a great alternative for patients who may not be ideal candidates for LASIK eye surgery. A lens exchange replaces your naturally existing lens in your eye with an artificial intraocular lens or IOL. Our eye doctors will work with you to help determine which IOL is best for your needs. Refractive lens exchanges are an effective alternative to LASIK and often results in patients being free from eyeglasses or contact lenses. Learn more about refractive lens exchanges (RLE) with the eye doctors and ophthalmologists at Cheema MD Eye Care today!

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What Our Patients Are Saying

Five Stars

The Covid safety procedures were excellent. I felt safe through my entire appointment. Although I only visit once a year I always feel at ease. Dr. Cheema and his staff are helpful and professional. I feel fortunate to be a patient here.
— William H.

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After 5 years of care by Dr. Cheema and his staff, I am so very grateful for his expertise and unparrelled treatment.  I would most positively give him 5 stars for every year and rate his Heartfelt care 25 stars.  My most sincere gratitude for having met Dr. Cheema and so greatly benefitted by his work.
— Howard L.

Five Stars

Dr. Cheema is a relaxed guy who knows what he’s doing. He was very responsive to me at all times and in fact called me personally when I had a question. The work feels so good that by the second day it didn’t feel like I had surgery at all. I had to remember to take care of my eyes! A great choice and I’m grateful he was in my area.
— Kenny W.

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Meet Dr. Cheema

Mohsin M. Cheema, MD is a board-certified ophthalmologist who has been serving the mid-Hudson Valley since 1998. A former valedictorian of Kingston High School, Dr. Cheema graduated Summa Cum Laude from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute with a bachelor’s degree in biology. He obtained his medical degree with honors from Albany Medical College where he was elected into the Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Society, a national medical honor society.After completing an internship in Internal Medicine at the Albany Medical Center, Dr. Cheema went on to complete his residency in Ophthalmology at the Mt. Sinai Medical Center in New York City. The training at such a prestigious institution has given him the skills and experience to provide his patients with the best treatment for their eye problems.

Dr. Cheema is a fellow of the American Academy of Ophthalmology. In addition, he is a member of the American Society of Cataract and Refractive Surgery and the International Society of Refractive Surgery. He is also a member of the New York State Ophthalmological Society and the Refractive Surgery Alliance.

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