The doctors at Memorial Eye Institute have helped thousands of people enjoy better vision. When you have a problem with your eyes, you know you can turn to us for help. Leading the way with new medications and surgical procedures, Memorial Eye Institute can diagnose and treat a wide range of diseases and conditions. Advances in technology have impacted all aspects of vision care. Surgical procedures that once required a hospital stay and lengthy recovery are now performed by our doctors on an outpatient basis, with most patients returning to their normal activities within hours.
We continually invest in the most state-of-the-art diagnostic and surgical equipment. And our doctors go through rigorous, ongoing training to ensure that we’re doing everything we can to improve our patients’ vision and quality of life. We’re committed to providing the most advanced care available.
For your convenience, we’ve developed an overview of common eye conditions. Click on any of the conditions on this page to learn more about symptoms, causes and treatments.
You know your eyes better than anyone. If they don’t see, feel or look as well as you’d like them to, schedule an appointment with one of our doctors by calling 717-657-2020.
Cosmetic Eye Procedures
Aging, the environment and your health can all affect the appearance of your eyelids and skin. Droopy eyelids and wrinkles can add years to your face and may even block your vision. The solution might be closer than you think. Memorial Eye Institute has long been recognized as one of the area’s premiere eye care centers, providing a full spectrum of cosmetic eye procedures Pennsylvania and cosmetic eye surgery Pennsylvania. What many patients don’t know is that we’ve also helped thousands of people achieve the appearance they desire through eyelid and facial cosmetic treatments and surgery.
Many skin imperfections including excess skin, acne scarring, age spots, wrinkles and sun damage can be treated with procedures such as Botox injections , microdermabrasion, blepharoplasty and laser skin resurfacing.
Different procedures and levels of treatment require different technologies. The best way to find out exactly what your price will be is to come in for a screening or exam.
Some procedures may be covered by insurance. If you have questions about what is covered by your private healthcare insurance, contact your plan provider. If you don’t want to pay for your procedure all at once, you can take advantage of one of our affordable financing options and you can apply for financing online.
Treatment of many eye conditions is covered by insurance, including Medicare. If you have questions about what is covered by your private healthcare insurance, contact your plan provider, or provide us with a copy of your insurance card and we’ll check for you. We accept most major insurances. You can call us at 717-657-2020 with questions.
If you have questions about your Medicare coverage, call 1-800-MEDICARE (1-800-633-4227) to speak to a Medicare Customer Representative. You can also go to www.medicare.gov to find out more about Medicare coverage. Our staff is also available to help you determine whether the eye care you need is covered by Medicare. You can call us at 717-657-2020.
Your out-of-pocket expenses for Medicare or private insurance will depend of the type of insurance you have, whether you have supplemental insurance and whether you have a deductible on your policy. We’ll be glad to process all insurance claims for you. We also accept cash, personal checks, Visa and Mastercard.