Dr. SullivanDr. Sullivan
Dr. OstoichDr. Ostoich
Dr. KleskenDr. Klesken
Dr. ContiDr. Conti
Ortho K lenses gently correct your vision while you sleep! In the morning, take out your lenses and see clearly! They are great for anyone who plays sports or has dry eyes. Our practice has had thousands of successful Ortho K fits.
LASIK - Laser Eye Surgery
Dr. Sullivan is a Board Certified Ophthalmologist trained at The Wills Eye Hospital in Philadelphia. He performs Laser Vision Correction and clear lens extraction with the new bifocal implants. Call for a free in-office consultation.
New Multifocal Lens Implants
You can NOW enjoy the benefits of improving both near vision and far vision after cataract surgery! We offer our patients options for multifocal lens implants after cataract surgery to reduce dependence on glasses.
Eyelid Plastic Surgery
Dr. Conti is a Board Certified Ophthalmologist with fellowship training in Cosmetic and Reconstructive Eyelid Plastic Surgery. He also offers Botox Cosmetic and Restylane. Call for a free in-office consultation.
Q: "Is laser vision correction covered by my insurance?"
A: Most policies do not cover Laser Vision Correction, but we would be happy to check for you at your consultation. Flexible spending plans may be used to pay for LASIK. We also provide patient financing plans.
Q: Will I need to take time off from work?
A: Do not plan to return to work the day of the procedure. Any additional time off would depend on the type of laser vision correction. Most LASIK patients are able to return to work the day after surgery.
Q Does laser vision correction hurt?
A: The cornea will be numbed with eye drops during the procedure. Most patients feel little to no discomfort both during and after LASIK.
Q: Will both of my eyes be done at the same time?
A: In most cases both eyes are are done on the same day. This will avoid a period of imbalance that occurs if one eye still needs correction while the other one doesn't.
Q: Is laser vision correction permanent?
A: Yes, a permanent change to the shape of the cornea will occur. Laser vision correction will not prevent be able to prevent conditions that come with age like the need for reading glasses (presbyopia) or cataracts.