Michael A. Aronsky, MD
Carol J. Hoffman, MD
George R. Pronesti, MD
Anthony C. Zacchei, MD
Kremer Eye Center
200 Mall Boulevard
King of Prussia, Pennsylvania 19406
Dr. Michael A.
Dr. Carol J.
Dr. George R.
Dr. Anthony C.
The LASIK surgeons of Kremer Eye Center are all board-certified ophthalmologists who are highly experienced in refractive surgery. Many patients from Pennsylvania, Delaware, New Jersey, and throughout the United States have sought the skilled hands of these surgeons to correct their nearsightedness, farsightedness, astigmatism, and presbyopia.
Kremer Eye Center has a long, innovative history in refractive surgery and laser vision correction. The Kremer surgeons were the first to perform radial keratotomy in the Delaware Valley in 1980 and the first to perform LASIK eye surgery in North America. These surgeons stay on the cutting edge of technological developments by participating in FDA clinical trials and other investigational protocols. This long history of excellent surgical care, combined with the most advanced technology, continues as each surgeon focuses to provide the best visual outcome for every patient.
More About LASIK at Kremer Eye Center
The Kremer surgeons perform corrective surgery in state-of-the-art, temperature-controlled surgery centers. Each patient is meticulously examined to determine the best option for refractive surgery. LASIK surgery is performed with the most advanced custom WAVEfront excimer technology. This technology provides a precise measure of the corneal curvature and a customized laser ablation profile for each eye. To create the "corneal flap," the bladeless "All LASER LASIK" procedure can be used, called IntraLase. The combination of this advanced technology with the extensive surgeon experience provides for excellent visual results after surgery.
Former Eagles Pro-Bowler, Frank LeMaster, and George Pronesti, MD
In addition to the LASIK procedure, Kremer also offers PRK, LASEK, and INTACS for vision correction. For patients with a loss of the ability to see up close after the age of forty, both CK surgery (Conductive Keratoplasty) and Clear Lens Extraction are available. The Kremer surgeons offer the most advanced technology for IOL surgery (intraocular lenses), including Crystalens, ReSTOR, ReZoom (used to provide simultaneous correction of near and distance vision), and Verisyse (used for highly myopic patients who do not qualify for LASIK surgery). Kremer specialists also offer the most advanced treatments for glaucoma and cataracts, and facial cosmetic procedures such as Botox.
To determine if you are a candidate for LASIK, and eliminate your dependence on glasses or contact lenses, please contact us to schedule a free consultation at (800) 863-7954.
More About the Kremer LASIK surgeons
George R. Pronesti, MD, received his undergraduate degree from the University of Pennsylvania and his medical degree from Thomas Jefferson University, School of Medicine. He performed his residency in ophthalmology at Freidenwald Eye Institute in Maryland. Dr. Pronesti serves as Associate Director of Kremer Eye Center. Before joining our center, he was Vice Chairman of Maryland General Hospital's Department of Ophthalmology, where he trained upcoming ophthalmic surgeons on the newest techniques. He has published numerous scientific articles about laser vision correction and works as an investigator in ongoing FDA studies.
Michael A. Aronsky, MD, received his undergraduate degree from the University of Pennsylvania and his medical degree from South Florida College of Medicine. He completed his residency in ophthalmology at the Freidenwald Eye Institute in Maryland. After residency, Dr. Aronsky was selected to complete specialty fellowship training in cornea and refractive surgery at the prestigious Case Western Reserve University and the University Hospitals of Cleveland. He has published numerous scientific articles and authored several book chapters in major ophthalmic text books. He participates as an investigator in FDA clinical studies where new advancements in refractive surgery are developed and refined.
Anthony Zacchei, MD, examines a patient for glaucoma.
Carol J. Hoffman, MD, received her undergraduate degree with honors, Phi Beta Kappa, from the University of Delaware. She completed her medical degree with honors, Cum Laude and Alpha Omega Alpha Medical Honor Society, from Jefferson Medical College. She performed her residency in ophthalmology at the renowned Wills Eye Hospital. Dr. Hoffman is the Medical Director of the Kremer Eye Centers in Delaware and New Jersey.
Anthony C. Zacchei, MD, was accepted to medical school while in high school. He completed his undergraduate and medical degrees in an accelerated six-year program at the Pennsylvania State University and Jefferson Medical College. He graduated magnum cum laude from Jefferson. Dr. Zacchei was inducted into the prestigious Alpha Omega Alpha Medical Honor Society for his academic accomplishments. He studied ophthalmology at Wills Eye Hospital, and completed his residency at Emory University in Atlanta. Dr. Zacchei also completed additional fellowship training at the world-renowned Bascom Palmer Eye Institute at the University of Miami. He performs refractive surgery, as well as the most advanced cataract and glaucoma surgeries. He has authored numerous publications and lectures extensively on advances in ophthalmology, both nationally and abroad.
All of the Kremer Eye Center surgeons are board certified by the American Board of Ophthalmology. They are also active in major medical and ophthalmology organizations, including the American Academy of Ophthalmology.