Eye Physicians of Lancaster is known for providing advanced eye care not only for cataract patients but all areas related to vision. However, in our commitment to give the highest level of vision correction available, our cornea and refractive surgery specialty is second to none in the surrounding area. Some of these advanced procedures are not widely available elsewhere.
- Corneal Disease
- General Interest
- Optics & Refraction
- Refractive Surgery
- Retina & Vitreous
We perform cataract surgery by OZIL enhanced phacoemulsification, the most advanced and efficient means possible. Dr. Krulewski routinely performs comfortable surgeries in less than 10 minutes using numbing drops without needles or sutures. 3mm micro corneal incisions and advanced foldable lens implants are standard. We are very proud of our surgical proficiency in these techniques and our expertise frequently allows for good vision one to two days post-operatively.
Dr. Krulewski is highly experienced in the placement of accommodating (Crystalens) & pseudo-accommodating (Restor, Rezoom) lens implants. The use of these high-technology lens implant and detailed astigmatism correction allows many of our patients to see clearly both at distance and at near without the need for eye glasses.
Dr. Krulewski is among the doctors who brought refractive eye surgeries to Lancaster more than a decade ago. Surgery options include wave front-guided LASIK & PRK, Refractive Lens Exchange (RLE), Conductive Keratoplasty (CK), Arcuate & Radial Keratotomy (AK, RK).
Our laser expertise includes treatments for cloudy lens capsules, complications of diabetes, and glaucoma. Excimer therapeutic keratectomy is available for corneal surface irregularities.
Our comprehensive surgical practice includes excision and grafting for pterygia, filtering trabeculectomy for glaucoma, ptosis repair and blepharoplasty for droopy and baggy eyelids, brow lifts, ectropion and entropion repair for eyelid malspositions, dacryocystorhinostomy for tear blockage, eye muscle repair for crossed eyes, and fluorescein angiography for the diagnosis and classification of macular degeneration and diabetic retinopathy.