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The Eye Center of Central PA

The Eye Center of Central PA?s mission is to enhance quality of life by improving sight, preventing blindness and advancing ophthalmic knowledge through compassionate patient care and superior customer satisfaction.

We are committed to confidentiality, respect, and high-quality care for all patients.

The Eye Center is the BLADE-FREE LASIK and LASER CATARACT SURGERY EXPERTS in our area ... Offering our patients the most advanced technology for eye surgery, where only our Eye Surgeons perform your surgery!

Not only does The Eye Center of Central PA offer state-of-the-art Eye Surgery through our LenSx Laser for Cataracts surgery and Blade-Free LASIK surgery, we also offer you:

Call us to schedule a FREE SCREENING or set up an appointment at 1-866-995-EYES (3937), or click on our Contact Page and send us a request electronically.

Our Locations

With 14 locations to serve you, The Eye Center offers you the convenience of choosing a location close to your hometown.

The Laser Cataract Experts at The Eye Center of Central PA

The Eye Center of Central PA?s outpatient Laser and Refractive surgery center in Allenwood, PA, The Surgery Center of Central PA, is equipped with the latest, most advanced technology for your Laser Cataract surgery ? offering you the only laser cataract vision correction system in the Central PA Susquehanna Valley region - The Eye Center has made the commitment to own this technology and remain on the leading edge.

The Surgery Center of Central PA is a valet style surgery center, staffed with caring professionals who are dedicated to anticipating your needs and providing a low-stress, calm surgical experience.

When should cataract surgery be done?

There is no set point when a cataract is ready to be removed with surgery. It is generally recommended cataracts be removed when they begin to interfere your normal daily life and begin causing problems with your vision.

Some of the common symptoms that may disrupt your daily vision are:

  • Painless cloudy or blurring vision
  • Trouble seeing at night
  • Frequent changes in eyeglass or contact
  • Fading or yellowing of colors lens prescriptions
  • Need a brighter light to read or other activities
  • Sensitivity to light or glare
  • Distortion or ghost images in your vision
  • Double vision in one eye

A dilated eye exam allows your eye surgeon to look at the natural lens in your eye and determine if you have cataracts or the early signs of cataracts.

The Eye Center offers 2 types of cataract surgery:

- Traditional cataract surgery:
With traditional cataract surgery, the eye surgeon makes an incision on the eye by hand with a stainless steel blade and uses a bent or shaped needle to create an opening (capsulorhexis) in the lens capsule.

- Laser Refractive Cataract Surgery:
With laser refractive cataract surgery, the eye surgeon utilizes a computerized laser to make precise, exact incisions on the eye. These laser-made incisions are more accurate, increase predictability of visual outcomes and reduce the variables that have complicated cataract surgery results in the past. Laser-made incisions produce less inflammation during surgery, making the procedure less traumatic to the eye.

Do I have options for my IOL (Intraocular Lens) at The Eye Center?

YES ? you have options when selecting the lens that will be implanted at The Eye Center of Central PA.
Intraocular lenses (IOLs) are artificial lenses that can be used to replace a patient?s natural ones.

You can select: Basic Lens, Monovision or Blended Vision Lens, Multifocal or Accommodating Vision Lenses.

Astigmatism correction is an option during cataract surgery at The Eye Center.

How do I learn more?

Schedule a FREE Cataract Screening at one of our 14 offices in Central PA! Call Today at 1-866-995-EYES or fill in the ?Want More Info? section on the Cataract Page of our website ? eyecenterofpa.com.

The LASIK Experts at The Eye Center of Central PA

The Eye Center of Central PA?s outpatient LASIK surgical center in Muncy, PA is a concierge based facility, beautifully appointed for your exclusive care and comfort. The Eye Center is equipped with the latest, most advanced technology and your care is coordinated by a specialized team of experienced eye care professionals.

We are committed to offering only the most advanced systems for your laser vision correction and giving you the care you demand.

BLADE-FREE LASIK at The Eye Center.

Blade-Free LASIK method is an all LASER approach to refractive eye surgery. The corneal tissue is loosened with tiny pulses of laser light that form a layer of microscopic bubbles just beneath the surface of your eye. The surgeon then gently lifts this ?flap? uses the laser to reshape your cornea, and then replaces the flap.

There is virtually no discomfort and vision for most patients is within the driving requirements on the very next day.

Am I a candidate for LASIK?

LASIK may be right for you if:

  • You are at least 18 years old
  • You are in good general health & no autoimmune disease
  • You are not currently pregnant or nursing
  • You have a stable prescription & no eye disease

How do I learn more?

Schedule a FREE LASIK Screening at one of our 14 offices in Central PA! Call Today at 1-866-995-EYES or fill in the ?Want More Info? section on the LASIK page of our website ? eyecenterofpa.com.

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