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Dr George T. Roberts


Roberts Eyecare

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Interviews with Dr. Subadra Arun Interviews with Dr. Ryan Beers Interviews with Dr. Bryan Lewis Welcome to Roberts Eyecare Associates where we believe in providing our patients with comphrehensive eye health care. At our offices you’ll experience the latest in eyecare technology and treatments, an extensive eye health examination, a clear explanation of your condition, and answers to your questions by friendly, knowledgeable, and caring Doctors of Optometry. Whether you need glasses, specialty contact lenses or non-surgical medical treatment for an eye disease or condition, we are here to serve you.

Visit our offices in Vestal and Sidney for the region’s largest selection of eyewear, contact lenses and other vision care products. In addition to our Doctors of Optometry you will find quality and professional service from our licensed Opticians. Our Opticians specialize in helping you find the eyeglass frames and lenses that are right for you.

Roberts Eyecare also accepts most major medical and vision insurance plans including the following: Aetna, Avesis, BC/BS CNY, BC/BS Rochester, BC/BS Utica-Watertown, Block Vision, CDPHP, Cigna, Davis Vision, CSEA, EBS, Empire BC/BS, Empire Plan, Excellus, Eye Med, HeathNow New York, Medicare, MVP, RMSCO, Sieba, Spectera, Superior Vision, Today’s Options, Touchstone, United Healthcare, UNIVERA, Vision Benefits of America (VBA), Vision Care Plan (VCP), Vision Service Plan (VSP).

If your vision or eye health requires immediate attention, please call our offices. For urgent eye health attention after normal business hours, please dial our on call doctor at 607-221-2398. We are here to help.

  • From Lourdes Regional Cancer Center

    What is a Clinical Breast Exam (CBE)?

    A clinical breast exam (CBE) is similar to a BSE, except it is performed by your health care provider. If you have questions about how to perform a BSE, your health care provider can discuss and demonstrate the proper technique during your CBE.

  • From Guthrie Specialty Eye Care

    What are the symptoms of cataracts?

    The following are the most common symptoms of cataracts. However, each individual may experience symptoms differently. Symptoms may include:

      cloudy or blurry vision
      lights appear too bright and/or present a glare or a surrounding halo
      poor night vision
      multiple vision
      colors seem faded
      increased nearsightedness - increasing the need to change eyeglass prescriptions
      distortion of vision in either eye

  • From Guthrie Specialty Eye Care

    What is the Crystalens?

    When a cataract is removed and replaced with a standard intraocular lens the cloudienss is eliminated, but there is no ability to accommodate and adjust focus for both distance and near vision. Therefore a person with a standard intraocular lens can regain clear vision but will usually need glasses at least for reading. The Crystalens is an intraocular lens that, unlike a standard intraocular lens is designed to recreate your accommodation and reduce or eliminate wearing glasses.

  • From Guthrie Cardiovascular Center

    What is a cardiac catheterization, or angiogram?

    This test is usually performed in patients with chest pain, shortness of breath, positive stress test, or people with suspected heart valve abnormalities. The procedure involves placement of a catheter in the groin and injection of contrast dye into the coronary arteries and heart itself. The physician can visualize blockages in the arteries or abnormalities of the heart muscle or valves on specialized X-ray equipment. The procedure usually takes around 15-30 minutes.

  • From Family Audiology PLLC

    What are some symptoms of hearing loss?

    Others complain that:

    • You have the television too loud
    • You have problems hearing birds or wind
    • You have difficulty hearing female voices or children
    • You have difficulty hearing in groups
    • You find yourself confusing words or making silly mistakes, misunderstanding conversations
    • Other people, or family members, think you have hearing loss