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Laser Vision Correction
Welcome To Our Practice
Dr. David Haight is a fellowship trained corneal specialist.The focus of the practice is medical and surgical treatment of disorders of the cornea and anterior segment of the eye.
Dr. Haight performs corneal transplant operations and complex reconstructions of damaged or diseased anterior segments (the front of the eye including the cornea, iris, pupil, & lens). Additionally Dr. Haight has been practicing, teaching and performing pioneering research in the area of refractive surgery for the past 30 years.
He was the first physician in New York City to perform laser vision correction and headed up the FDA study of PRK, which was conducted at the Manhattan Eye, Ear, & Throat Hospital. he was also a clinical investigator for FDA trials of the VISX laser for the correction of farsightedness (hyperopia) and astigmatism conducted at Columbia University.
He is currently Director of Refractive Surgery at Manhattan Eye & Ear. Dr. Haight routinely performs a variety of refractive procedures including PRK, LASIK, and AK. Currently the majority of patients needing spectacle correction can be helped with one of these operations.
Dr. Haight also offers comprehensive contact lens fitting services and has served as Co-Chief of the Contact Lens Service at the Manhattan Eye & Ear Hospital.