2019 Holiday Hours:


Tuesday, January 1, Happy New Year!

  • BOTH Offices CLOSED

January – Glaucoma Awareness Month

February – Age-Related Macular Degeneration Awareness Month

March – Workplace Eye Wellness Month

Sunday, March 10: Daylight Savings Begins

April – Sports Eye Safety Month

Thursday, April 9 – Rumble Ponies Opening Day at NYSEG Stadium

May – Healthy Vision Month

Sunday, May 12: Mother’s Day

Friday, May 24: - OPEN normal business hours

  • Vestal Office Open 7:30 - 5:00 pm
  • Sidney Office Open 8:00 - 5:00 pm

Saturday, May 25: - OPEN normal business hours

  • Vestal Office Open 7:30 - Noon
  • Sidney Office Open 8:00 - Noon

Monday, May 27: Memorial Day - Both Offices CLOSED

June – Fireworks Eye Safety and Cataract Awareness Month

Sunday June 16: Father’s Day

July - UV Safety Month

Wednesday, July 4: Both Offices CLOSED

August – Children’s Eye Health Safety Month

August 12 – 18: Dick’s Sporting Goods Open Golf Tournament

September – Healthy Aging Month

Monday, September 2: Labor Day - Both Offices CLOSED

October – Halloween Safety Month

November - Diabetic Eye Disease Awareness Month

Sunday, November 3: Daylight Savings Ends

Thursday, November 28: Thanksgiving - Both Offices CLOSED

Friday, November 29: OPEN normal business hours

  • Vestal Office Open 7:30 - 5:00 pm
  • Sidney Office Open 8:00 - 5:00 pm

Saturday, November 30: Office OPEN Normal Hours

  • Vestal Office Open 7:30 - Noon
  • Sidney Office Open 8:00 - Noon

December – Safe Toys ad Celebrations Month

Tuesday, December 24: Christmas Eve – BOTH Offices CLOSED

Wednesday, December 25: Christmas – BOTH Offices CLOSED

Saturday, December 28: Office OPEN Normal Hours

  • Vestal Office Open 7:30 - Noon
  • Sidney Office Open 8:00 – Noon

Monday, December 30: Office OPEN Normal Hours

  • Vestal Office Open 7:30 – 6:00 pm
  • Sidney Office Open 8:00 – 5:00

Tuesday, December 31: New Year’s Eve – Both Offices CLOSE at 5:00 pm

The many options available for eyeglasses today can be overwhelming. This guide will help you select the lenses and frames that best fit you, your vision needs and your lifestyle. Pleas click on the link below to get started.


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Roberts Eyecare has been selected as the official Optometrists for the:






Binghamton Devils


Dick's Sporting Goods Open



Former Binghamton Rangers, B.C. Icemen, B.C. Jets, B.C. Open, Binghamton Jr. Senators

When soft contact lenses first came on the scene, the ocular community went wild.

People no longer had to put up with the initial discomfort of hard lenses, and a more frequent replacement schedule surely meant better overall health for the...

Sunglasses are more than just a fashion statement - they’re important protection from the hazards of UV light.

If you wear sunglasses mostly for fashion that’s great--just make sure the lenses block UVA and UVB rays.

And if you don’t wear...

Fireworks Eye Injuries Have More Than Doubled in Recent Years

Fireworks sales will be blazing across the country from now through the Fourth of July. As retailers begin their promotions, the American Academy of Ophthalmology is shining a light...

More middle-aged and older adults are wearing soft contacts than ever.

And one of the biggest reasons they decrease or stop wearing contacts is the difficulty they face reading with their contacts after presbyopia begins to set in around the...

Now that you have picked up your new pair of prescription eyeglasses, your focus becomes taking care of them. This is a task many disregard, but it is absolutely imperative that you make sure you are following a couple simple steps to keep the...

A quick explanation and background of a progressive addition lens is necessary in order to understand the importance of choosing the proper lens for your needs.

A progressive lens gives people an array of prescriptions - placed in the proper...

The eye holds a unique place in medicine. Your eye doctor can see almost every part of your eye from an exterior view. Other than your skin, almost every other part of your body cannot be fully examined without either entering the body (with a...

The sun does some amazing things.  It plays a role in big helping our bodies to naturally produce Vitamin D. In fact, many people who work indoors are directed to take Vitamin D supplements because of lack of exposure to the sunshine. 


Punctal plugs are something we use to help treat Dry Eye Syndrome.  

This syndrome is a multifactorial problem that comes from a generalized decrease in the amount and quality of the tears you make.  There is often both a lack of tear volume...

Motherhood...the sheer sound of it brings enduring memories. A mother’s touch, her voice, her cooking, and the smile of approval in her eyes. Science has recently proven that there is a transference of emotion and programming from birth and...

If you are seeing the 3 F's, you might have a retinal tear or detachment and you should have an eye exam quickly.

The 3 F's are:

  • Flashes - flashing lights.
  • Floaters - dozens of dark spots that persist in the center of your vision.
  • Field...

Ocular allergies are among the most common eye conditions to hit people of all ages.

Though typically worse in the seasons of Spring and Summer, some people suffer with allergies all year. This is especially true for people who have allergies...

Is it safe to use "Redness Relief" eye drops regularly?

The short answer is NO.

Here’s the slightly longer answer.

There are several eye “Redness Relief” products on the over-the-counter market, such as those made by Visine, Clear Eyes,...

There are several treatable eye diseases that at their earliest onset have few or no visual symptoms. In fact, the three leading causes of legal blindness in the United States all start with almost no visual symptoms detectable by the person...

Health and government agencies nationwide are warning people about the spread of the COVID-19 coronavirus and are they offering important advice on how to minimize your risks of contracting the disease.

Besides social distancing and isolating...

Roberts Eyecare Associate’s COVID-19 Telemedicine Information
The American Optometric Association has urged patients with any eye problems to contact Doctors of Optometry in order to reduce the burden on Emergency rooms, walk-in clinics and urgent care facilities.  Doctors of Optometry are the front line providers of essential eye care.


At Roberts Eyecare, we are committed to following the guidance of the CDC and Governor Cuomo to temporarily halt routine patient care in an effort to do our part in complying with Social Distancing.  However, we do take our responsibility seriously to care for our patient’s emergency and urgent eye care needs or to simply refill your current prescription for eye drops.


At Roberts Eyecare, we are here and ready to assist you with all your emergency and urgent eye care needs through the use of Telemedicine for first line triage.  Our doctors have the ability to view your eyes through the use of video chat on your smartphone.  Simply give our office a call and have one of our essential staff members get you in touch with one of our doctors of optometry.


We will provide you with our best diagnosis through video chat and if the need arises to have you seen in the office, we can set up a time to do that also.  If you have red eyes from allergies or unexplained reasons, a sty, if your eye lids are swollen or red or there is a sudden change in your vision including flashes of light or floaters, or if you have any other concerns that need to be addressed, please give us a call at (607) 722-2020 in Vestal or (607) 563-7551 in Sidney.


Thank you for trusting us with all your eye care needs now and in the future.
Stay healthy and safe.
During the COVID-19 crisis, Roberts Eyecare is here to fill any contact lens order that you are in need of.  If your current prescription is from our office, or if you, your family or friends have a copy of their current contact lens prescription from another office, we are able to order for you or may have them in stock. 2 or more boxes are shipped to your home with free shipping. 


Please call our office: (607) 722-2020 Monday – Friday, between 9-4, and let us help you during these trying times.


Thank you and stay safe.

At some point, you might be the victim of one of these scenarios: You rub your eye really hard, you walk into something, or you just wake up with a red, painful, swollen eye. However it happened, your eye is red, you’re possibly in pain, and...