Welcome to Cataract and Laser Institute of PA

Cataract and Laser Institute of PA is dedicated to providing superior eye care and hearing care services to improve or correct the vision and hearing of our patients. We are a full-service eye care and hearing center, committed to fulfilling your entire family's eye care  and hearing needs--from routine eye exams and hearing exams, to the latest advanced medical care, including laser treatments and eye surgery.

We utilize some of the most sophisticated ophthalmic technology available. Precise and high-tech diagnostic equipment enables our skilled physicians to detect abnormalities that the naked eye cannot see, and treat areas recently thought untreatable.

At Cataract and Laser Institute of PA, we have two highly-skilled physicians and over fifteen staff members, including an optometrist and an audiologist dedicated to helping you see and hear your world better.

Even though our equipment and methods are advanced and high-tech, your comfort is very important to us and that's why we do business "the old fashioned way." We listen to your needs, provide quality services and always say "Thank You".  


 

Cataract

A cataract, by definition, is a cloudy lens in the eye that may or may not affect vision significantly. Most people are born with a clear lens that helps to focus an image on the retina. When the lens loses its transparence, the image that we see becomes blurry.

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Premium IOL Implants

Cataract patients now have an option to choose a Premium IOL implant allowing them to see at both near and far distances after cataract surgery! NEW multi-focal or Presbyopic IOL technology can now decrease dependence on glasses after surgery.

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Glaucoma

Glaucoma is a group of disease that damages the optic nerve. The optic nerve is analogous to an electric cable that carries visual information from the eye to the brain. A healthy optic nerve is necessary for good vision.

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Dry Eyes

Tears keep your eyes moist, lubricate the surface of the, and guard against infection. They also wash away allergens and protect the eye. Dry eye syndrome (DES) is a common disorder of the tear film. DES often occurs in people who are otherwise healthy. It is more common with older age, especially those older than 40 years of age, because...>> Read more

 

Age-related Macular Degeneration

Age-related Macular Degeneration (AMD) is a chronic eye disease associated with degenerative changes specifically in an area of the retina called macula. Macula is responsible for our central vision that catches the fine details of an image.

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Diabetic retinopathy

Diabetic retinopathy is the most common diabetic eye disease and is the leading cause of legal blindness among working Americans. What is most concerning is that one may have developed diabetic retinopathy without knowing it.

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