Dr. Gregory Pamel is a LASIK specialist who has made a number of media appearances and has also been the focus of several news articles concerning topics such as LASEK operations and other refractive procedures. Our office is proud to have our expertise, quality, and distinction brought to the public's attention.
Below you will find a list of news appearances as well as a list of his speaking engagements and office news. If you are interested in refractive procedures – such as LASEK, contact our office for more information.
Gregory J. Pamel, M.D. is pleased to announce the merger of his practice with the practice of Dr. Calvin Roberts.
Dr. Roberts is a specialist in cataract, corneal and LASIK surgery with an international reputation in the field of eye surgery. After 25 years of practice, Dr. Roberts has decided to devote his full attention to his research interests in ophthalmology. "I spent considerable time deciding who the best person would be to take over my practice and I am certain I have found the right person in Dr. Pamel," said Dr. Roberts. Recently Dr. Roberts was honored by New York Magazine in its Best Doctors of New York Issue as one of the top cataract surgeons in the New York Metro Area. "I have the highest confidence in Dr. Pamel's surgical skills as a cataract, corneal and lasik surgeon," Said Dr. Roberts.
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Featured story on New York 1 about Verisyse™ Phakic Lens Implants
Dr. Pamel has been interviewed on four news stations including ABC, Fox News, UPN, and New York 1 for his work with the new Verisyse™ phakic lens implant for extreme vision problems.
At a meeting, Dr. Gregory Pamel trained other physicians around the country to implant the new Verisyse™ phakic lens implant.
Dr. Pamel also published a chapter in the first book on the Verisyse™ phakic lens implant.
Lectured on LASIK at an international meeting in Munich, Germany.
Attended the European Society of Cataract and Refractive Surgery in Nice, France where he lectured on procedures and other related topics.
Attended the American Society of Cataract and Refractive Surgery in Philadelphia, where he gave a course to other physicians on custom procedures after previous operations. He also lectured on presbyopia reversal.
He was selected to be one of five principal investigators for the Phase II FDA Clinical Trials for the Surgilight IR3000 to reverse presbyopia.
Attended the European Society of Cataract and Refractive Surgery in Amsterdam where he lectured to other physicians on the LASIK procedure.
Obtained the Sunrise LTK in his office for treatment of mild to moderate levels of sight loss.
Traveled to Nassau, Bahamas to learn technique of presbyopia reversal using the SurgiLight IR 3000. He became one in a handful of physicians worldwide to learn this technique.
Attended the American Society of Cataract and Refractive Surgery in San Diego, California. The conference highlighted the newest advances in ocular correction.
Traveled to Carmel, California to attend the second Annual Conference on Wavefront™ Technology. This technology being developed allows many patients to see better than 20/20.
Dr. Pamel also traveled to the Netherlands to learn a new technique to implant phakic intraocular lens implants for those patients who have high levels of eyesight problems and are not candidates for certain procedures. He then became clinical investigator for the Artisan Phakic Implant in the United States FDA Phase III Clinical trials.
Was selected by MDTV, America's leading source of medical news and information, as a leader in ocular correction. He was asked to appear as a guest on their show featuring the custom procedure.
Dr. Pamel performed an operation on Q104.3 Classic Rock marketing director Paul Miraldi, who spoke about the procedure live on the air. He also performed the procedure on the producer of Bob Buckman's morning show as well.
He was asked to appear on WED 1050 AM to speak about ocular operations.
Ocular correction made the cover of Time Magazine. The article stated that the corneal specialists have lower complication rates for certain procedures than physicians who are not cornea trained.