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May 2017


Lisa M. Cibik, MD, FACS Implants First Multifocal Toric IOL with ACTIVEFOCUS™. Dr. Cibik, our Director of Cataract Services, was the first Pennsylvania surgeon to implant the ReSTOR® +2.5 Multifocal Toric intraocular lens (IOL) with ACTIVEFOCUS™ optical design. The ACTIVEFOCUS™ Toric IOL is FDA approved for use in patients undergoing cataract surgery who choose to address their astigmatism and presbyopia at the same time. Call 1-800-246-1000 today to find out more!

May 2017


Our offices will be closed on Monday, May 29 and will re-open on Tuesday, May 30. If you have a medical eye emergency during that time, please call 412-653-3080. Veterans, we thank you!

April 2017


Megan Lehman, OD, MHSA. Megan is an optometrist with a Master's in Health Services Administration and previously worked at Cincinnati Eye Institute (CEI), one of the largest ophthalmology groups in the country. She has extensive experience in working with our patient records system, NextGen. She will be responsible for oversight of all our clinical operations and team. We are looking forward to having someone with her knowledge and experience lead the process to improve our clinical workflow and most importantly, our patient experience.

February 2017


John Nairn, MD., Director of the Glaucoma Services, now offers Ab Interno Canaloplasty (ABiC), a minimally invasive glaucoma surgery that can effectively reduce the elevated eye pressure associated with glaucoma. “The difference with the ABiC procedure is that it acts to restore the natural outflow system, rather than bypass it, it’s effectiveness does not rely on a permanent implant or device left in the eye. We hope this procedure will allow our patients to reduce or even eliminate a need for anti-glaucoma medications.” To find out if you are a good candidate for ABiC, ask Dr. Nairn at your next visit or call 1-800-246-1000 today!