How do patients feel before premium cataract surgery?
In this video, Dr. Erik Chotiner describes how patients feel before Premium Cataract Surgery
Leading up to cataract surgery, patients feel frustrated by their vision. They are experiencing more difficulty with routine day-to-day activities that they enjoy. These activities often include reading, playing golf or tennis, and especially driving at night or in the rain where glare and seeing road signs become a problem. These frustrations cause them to give up certain activities they enjoy. When patients are told that they have a cataract, they are relieved to hear that it’s reversible. They look forward to improving their vision and getting back to what they enjoy.
Book a free appointment using our online scheduler or give us a call on (717) 996-3016 to start your journey to better vision. Not only will it give you the certainty you need regarding the best treatment for you, but it’s also free.
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Dr. Bennett Chotiner
MEDICAL DIRECTOR, GENERAL OPHTHALMOLOGY, CATARACT & REFRACTIVE SURGERY, LASIK SURGERY
Dr. Bennett Chotiner is the founder and medical director of Memorial Eye Institute. A noted innovator, in 1977 he established his clinical practice, the Pennsylvania Eye Associates. In 1984, he established the Pennsylvania Eye Surgery Center, Pennsylvania’s first …
Dr. Erik A Chotiner
GENERAL OPHTHALMOLOGY, CATARACT & REFRACTIVE SURGERY, LASIK SURGERY
Erik Chotiner, M.D. diagnoses and treats a wide range of medical eye conditions. He is a Phi Beta Kappa graduate of Franklin and Marshall College. Dr. Chotiner attended Jefferson Medical College in Philadelphia where he received multiple awards including the Physiology Prize for …