See What You’ve Been Missing, Thanks to LASIK.

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Un-Cloud Your Vision with
Cataract Surgery.

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Corneal Transplant

Experience. Precision. Advanced Technology. That’s What You’ll Get with Corneal Transplant Surgery at Pamel Vision & Laser Group.

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Phakic IOLs

Not a LASIK Candidate Due to an Extreme Visual Prescription?
Phakic IOLs Could Be the Answer!

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When Contact Lenses Are Not Enough: Pamel Vision & Laser Group Offers a Wide Range of Keratoconus Treatment Options.

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New York City LASIK & Cataract Specialist

Dr. Gregory Pamel is a fellowship trained and board certified corneal specialist who has helped thousands of LASIK and cataract surgery patients to obtain better vision. He performs a wide range of vision correction procedures at his state-of-the-art LASIK center. Dr. Gregory Pamel has more than 15 years’ experience in:

LASIK Eye Surgery

LASIK, or “laser-assisted in situ keratomileusis,” is the most commonly performed laser eye surgery to treat myopia (nearsightedness), hyperopia (farsightedness) and astigmatism. Dr. Pamel performs his refractive surgery procedures at his New York area offices using the Allegretto Wavelight laser. The newest technology in Custom LASIK Surgery, Allegretto Wavelight is safe, accurate, and has given a majority of patients better than 20/20 vision.

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For patients who are not suitable LASIK candidates, PRK (photorefractive keratectomy) or LASEK may provide a better option that produces similar results to LASIK. While both PRK and LASEK employ computer controlled molecules to reshape the cornea, PRK does not involve the creation of a flap with a microkeratome.

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 Cataract and Lens Implant Surgery

Dr. Pamel provides two intraocular lens options to our cataract patients: a monofocal lens implant and a multifocal lens implant. The monofocal lens implant helps to correct a patient’s distance vision or near vision, while the multifocal lens implant can correct a patient’s distance and reading vision.

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Laser Cataract Surgery

One of the first laser eye surgeons in New York to offer laser refractive cataract surgery, Dr. Pamel uses the Optimedica Catalys Precision Laser Platform femtosecond cataract system. This advanced treatment option automates the first steps in the cataract surgery procedure leading to improved precision, which can be consistent with better surgical results for patients.

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Multifocal Lens Implants

Multifocal lens implants are designed to give patients the greatest freedom from eyeglasses. Surgery to place this intraocular lens (IOL) can correct vision far away, up close and all distances in between.

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Verisyse™ Lens Implants

Verisyse™ phakic lens implants are a treatment option for patients with extreme eyesight issues. A phakic lens implant is a lens implant that is placed within the eye for the purpose of correcting different types of vision problems.

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Corneal Transplants

Ocular conditions that result in irreversible scarring, swelling, or thinning of the cornea will require a corneal transplant in certain instances to restore vision. Dr. Pamel, a skilled ophthalmologist, has successfully performed this delicate procedure on many patients over the years, helping to alleviate the effects of such corneal disorders as corneal clouding and keratoconus.

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Our Midtown Manhattan LASIK Center

115 East 61st Street, Suite #1B Ground Floor
New York, NY 10065 United States
(212) 355-2215

Contact Dr Pamel today to learn more about his premier laser eye surgery facility and to answer your questions about LASIK, cataract surgery, Veriyse or other vision correction procedures.