Philadelphia Ophthalmologists

Speciality: Ophthalmologist

1516 Locust st 3rd floor, Philadelphia, PA, 19102

(215) 546-0493

Speciality: Ophthalmologist

51 N/ 39th Street Scheie Eye Institute, Philadelphia, PA, 19104

(215) 662-8100

Speciality: Ophthalmologist

1703 S Broad St, Philadelphia, PA, 19148

(215) 339-8100

Speciality: Ophthalmologist

Wills Eye Hospital 840 Walnut Street-Suite 1510, Philadelphia, PA, 19107

(215) 503-8081

Speciality: Ophthalmologist

Bosley Medical Group 1601 Market St, Ste 2410, Philadelphia, PA, 19103

(215) 564-4444

Speciality: Ophthalmologist

601 Walnut St Suite L30, Philadelphia, PA, 19106

(215) 925-6402

Speciality: Ophthalmologist

34th & Civic Center Blvd The Children's Hospital Of Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA, 19104

(215) 590-2791

Speciality: Ophthalmologist

910 Walnut Street 1st Floor, Philadelphia, PA, 19107

(215) 928-3182

Speciality: Ophthalmologist

34 and Civic Center Blvd, Philadelphia, PA, 19104

(215) 590-4598

Speciality: Ophthalmologist

10160 BustletonAve., Philadelphia, PA, 19116

(215) 288-5000

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About the Philadelphia Ophthalmologist Directory
The Philadelphia Ophthalmologist Directory provides a resource for you to review the background and experience of Pennsylvania eye doctors in your area.

Choosing the Best Philadelphia Ophthalmologist in Pennsylvania
An ophthalmologist is a medical doctor who specializes in diagnosis and treatment of various eye conditions. An ophthalmologists can perform eye exams, diagnose and treat eye diseases, and perform surgery to improve vision.

Some examples of eye conditions commonly treated by Philadelphia ophthalmologists include:

  • Cataracts
  • Glaucoma
  • Dry Eye
  • Macular degeneration
  • Diabetic retinopathy

In addition, many ophthalmologist perform laser eye surgery to correct refractive errors. LASIK is one type of laser eye procedure that is commonly performed for the correction of myopia, hyperopia and astigmatism. Philadelphia ophthalmologists who perform LASIK may also perform laser eye procedures such as PRK, LASEK and Epi-LASIK. They may also offer non-laser alternatives to LASIK, and variations of LASIK such as monovision LASIK to address presbyopia, or custom LASIK using wavefront technology.

Your Next Step: Consult with a Philadelphia Ophthalmologist
To determine if you are an appropriate candidate for LASIK eye surgery or another procedure, contact a Philadelphia ophthalmologist for a consultation and comprehensive eye examination.