Carol J. Hoffman, MD
Kremer Eye Center
2060 Limestone Road
Wilmington, Delaware 19808
Dr. Carol J. Hoffman
LASIK Eye Surgery in Wilmington, DE
Carol J. Hoffman, MD, is a board-certified ophthalmologist who has dedicated her surgical career to helping patients achieve outstanding vision through LASIK eye surgery. Dr. Hoffman performs LASIK at Kremer Eye Centers in Delaware and New Jersey, where she also serves as the Medical Director.
Kremer Eye Center is a premier vision correction practice and a pioneer in laser eye surgery. The center's eye surgeons were the first to perform LASIK in North America, and they were also the first to perform radial keratotomy (a predecessor of LASIK) in Delaware in 1980. They continue their long tradition of excellence by remaining abreast of the latest technological developments and regularly participating in FDA clinical trials.
Dr. Hoffman and the other surgeons of Kramer Eye Center strive to help each patient achieve his or her best possible vision. Their goal is to reduce their patients' dependence on corrective lenses and enhance their visual freedom. This philosophy, combined with Kramer Eye Center's superb LASIK technologies, attracts many patients from Delaware, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and throughout the United States.
Custom All-Laser LASIK at Kremer Eye Center
Kremer Eye Center's surgeons specialize in an advanced form of LASIK eye surgery known as custom all-laser LASIK. After meticulously examining the patient to ensure his or her LASIK candidacy, the center's surgeons perform a wavefront scan of the cornea. This scan creates a customized 3-D map of the eye showing the corneal imperfections that will be corrected with an excimer laser. Essentially, the map serves as a guide for the excimer laser, guiding it during treatment to match each patient's unique corneal ablation profile.
Before using the excimer laser to reshape the cornea, Kremer Eye Center's surgeons create a small flap in the cornea. They use a special laser (the IntraLase femtosecond laser) to complete this task. As a result, the entire LASIK treatment is performed with lasers, and no mechanical bladed instruments are used. This approach leads to faster recoveries and excellent visual results.
Comprehensive Vision Care
In addition to LASIK, the surgeons of Kremer Eye Center offer PRK and LASEK eye surgery. They are also experts at diagnosing and correcting presbyopia a condition that causes loss of reading vision after the age of 40. Depending on the needs and preferences of each patient, they may perform conductive keratoplasty (CK) or clear lens extraction surgery. At Kremer Eye Center, patients can also undergo cataract surgery with advanced intraocular lens implants (IOLs), such as Crystalens, ReSTOR and ReZoom. Verisyse lenses are also available for patients who cannot undergo LASIK due to a high degree of myopia. In addition, Kramer Eye Center offers comprehensive glaucoma therapy and many cosmetic eye procedures, such as Botox.
To learn whether you might benefit from LASIK or another leading-edge vision correction procedure, schedule a free consultation with Dr. Hoffman by contacting Kremer Eye Center at (800) 863-7954.
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Meet the Talented LASIK Surgeons of Kremer Eye Center
Carol Hoffman, MD Corneal Specialist
Carol J. Hoffman, MD, graduated with Phi Beta Kappa honors from the University of Delaware. She received her Doctor of Medicine degree from Jefferson Medical College, graduating Cum Laude and Alpha Omega Alpha. Dr. Hoffman obtained hands-on training by serving an ophthalmology residency at the prestigious Wills Eye Hospital. Dr. Hoffman currently serves as the Medical Director of the Kremer Eye Centers in Delaware and New Jersey.
George R. Pronesti, MD, is a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania and Thomas Jefferson University, School of Medicine. He completed an ophthalmology residency at Freidenwald Eye Institute in Maryland. Dr. Pronesti is the author of many scientific articles, and he serves as a clinical investigator for various FDA clinical trials. Dr. Pronesti's vast experience and training helped him earn the position of Vice Chairman of the Ophthalmology Department at Maryland General Hospital, where he trained many future eye surgeons. Dr. Pronesti currently serves as an Associate Director of Kremer Eye Center.
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Anthony C. Zacchei, MD, received his undergraduate and Doctor of Medicine degrees from Pennsylvania State University and Jefferson Medical College. He was accepted to medical school while in high school and completed the demanding medical program in only six years, graduating magna cum laude and Alpha Omega Alpha. Dr. Zacchei went on to study ophthalmology at Wills Eye Hospital. He subsequently served a residency at Emory University in Atlanta and completed advanced fellowship training at the highly regarded Bascom Palmer Eye Institute at the University of Miami. Dr. Zacchei has published numerous articles in medical journals, and he lectures nationally and internationally on the latest advances in ophthalmology. At Kremer Eye Center, Dr. Zacchei focuses on LASIK eye surgery, as well as advanced forms of cataract and glaucoma surgery.
Michael A. Aronsky, MD, earned his undergraduate degree from the University of Pennsylvania and completed his Doctor of Medicine degree at South Florida College of Medicine. Dr. Aronsky served an ophthalmology residency at the Freidenwald Eye Institute in Maryland and a specialty fellowship in cornea and refractive surgery at Case Western Reserve University and the University Hospitals of Cleveland. Dr. Aronsky actively researches various aspects of refractive eye surgery, and he has published numerous scientific articles. Dr. Aronsky is also the co-author of several influential ophthalmology textbooks and a clinical investigator for various FDA studies exploring new techniques and technologies in refractive eye surgery.
All of the Kremer Eye Center surgeons are board certified by the American Board of Ophthalmology and are active members of the American Academy of Ophthalmology.