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  • A
    Pennsylvania Southwestern Eye Center
    It went incredibly well. My vision is now 20//20 for distance vision. I had special lenses put in for astigmatism correction. I will have to use glasses for reading and close work, which I knew from the beginning. Special lenses were an out of my pocket expense, I have not received the final billing yet from them for the remainder of the work. Everybody was friendly and professional and very thorough. I felt at ease there. Cannot give cost of service at the moment.
    - Anneli E.
  • A
    Salvitti Davis, Dr. Jennifer
    I interviewed 3 doctors before deciding on Dr. Davis and am happy that I did. She was wonderful. My mother went to her father, Dr. Ron Salvetti, many years ago. While he was a very gifted surgeon, he was very rude. Not so with his daughter. I believe she inherited his skill, but fortunately not his personality. Because of the rudeness of the father, I hesitated going to her. However during my deliberation, I happened to go to the Emergency Room of Washington Hospital. I noticed that the family had donated the Emergency Room wing. I was so impressed that the family gives back to the community that I decided to set up an appointment with Dr. Salvetti Davis. I was very impressed with how thoroughly she tested my eyes and how clearly she explaned my options. But most importantly, the results have been fabulous. I am able to see both close and distance without glasses. I have been to my eye doctor since and when examining her work, my eye doctor keeps commenting on how perfectly she placed the lenses. I was also impressed with the sophistication of their equipment. Their lazer surgery machine costs $500,000. You would never find a machine that expensive and sophisticated in a hospital. A hospital would not spend that amount of money for one piece of equipment for eyes; however, a specialty practice can afford to do that. I would definitely recommend Dr. Salvetti Davis to anyone considering cataract or any eye surgery. In fact my husband is going to Dr. Salvetti Davis to correct some problems that my husband has had since he had cataract surgery from another surgeon. He wishes he had gone to Dr. Salvetti Davis in the first place.
    - Barbara T.
  • C
    E Ronald Salvitti MD. Inc.
    The doctor didn't listen to me when I went to see him and shrugged me off. He tried to say my nasolacrimal duct was clogged because of allergies. I tried to tell him I don't have allergies generally and this is the first time I've had any issues with my tear duct. He tried to flush my tear duct with some normal saline and a syringe. He didn't even touch my tear duct when he tied to flush it! It, obviously, didn't work so he just gave me a script for an antibiotic and had me make an appointment to see Dr. Happ (the specialist whom I love!). The thing that made me really angry about this particular visit was when I got Dr. Pieramici's bill. He actually billed my insurance $500.00 for the sad attempt of flushing my tear duct which he called a probe of my nasolacrimal duct. $500.00 for that!! He didn't even probe my tear duct. I could've done what he did. Plus he was only in the room with me for maybe 10 minutes! How ridiculous. I won't go back to see him.
    On a second note, I have to have surgery on my tear duct on 6/7/13 because it is completely closed off. Totally not allergy related.
    - Julie H.
  • D
    Glaucoma-Cataract Consultants Inc
    I had requested to have a mid range lens implanted in my dominant eye and a far vision lens in the other eye. He got it backwards, so I now have far vision in my dominant eye which is not what I had said I wanted. I was told that after the surgery I could get a star burst effect at night when looking at lights but it usually goes away. It is caused when the inplanted lens has a tiny fold in it. After the surgery I did have the star burst and 5 months after the surgery went in to have it repaired. After the repair, the star burst effect was worse. This particular and quot;fixand quot; was done by one of Mondelewski's associates. When I went back to report that it was worse, the associate told me that I was imagining it. I asked to see another associate who told me to wait 3 more months.
    Dr. Mondelewski may have once been very good, but not anymore. He runs an assembly line of old people needing cataracts who are too intimidated to complain. He sets the tone with his staff that patients can be treated very rudely and the result is very poor care. I may be and quot;older,and quot; but I know how to use a computer and he deserves a horrible rating.
    - Barbara T.
  • F
    Salvitti Davis, Dr. Jennifer
    There is no customer service. You go in and take a seat. You go to him because he is supposedly the best doctor in the area for laser treatment. You go in and wait anywhere from 4-8 hours to get in with an appointment, they never pay any attention to appointments. It's horrible, it is that way every time. If you speak to any of his patients they'll say the same thing. The last time I was there they lied to me and got me so screwed up. Dr. Davis wrote a prescription for me and I took it to their glasses shop where they make the glasses. They made me a pair of glasses and I paid for half of them. I go back to get them and they won't give them to me because Dr. Davis told them she didn't want those glasses made yet because she had to look at my eyes again. No one understood this and she was very upset with the people who made glasses and she just flat lied to me and told me that was my prescription. I have quit doing business with them and I will never, never go there again - I would go blind first.
    - Joyce B.
  • A
    Dr. Salvitti E Ronald
    I attended Dr. Salvitti's seminar to find out if I was a good candidate for the surgery in October of 2007. This way, after they said I was a good candidate, I could commit to $4500 in my Flexible Spending Account (FSA), thereby reducing my income and saving the taxes (or about 25%). Also, I was able to pay upfront using my FSA program, while paying it off one paycheck at a time over the course of the year, thus 'financing' it for free. Everything from the initial examinations and the surgery went very smoothly. My tear production was a little low initially, they gave me tips for improving it (Flax Seed Oil), and following their recommendations, my second screening went much better. The surgery was quick, and though I could feel the incisions, it was not debilitating by any means and I was done in only 15 minutes total! The technology that they offer is first rate. We are very lucky to have such an experienced doctor in the area to offer this service. In my followups, my vision has remained stable. I followed their prescriptions to a 'T', and I have not had any unusual issues. I continue to use lubricating eye drops roughly once a day (usually when I wake up in the morning), but that is a small price to pay for 20/20 vision after years of contacts, eye glasses and all of the inconveniences that go with them.
  • A
    Thomas E. Patrick, OD
    - Janet S.
  • A
    Deconcilis, Dr. Dale L.
    Dr Ashley mowl is wonderful
    - Cathleen L.
  • A
    Knorr - Peters, Dr. Rebecca
    Less then a year ago I was seen for an eye exam and purchased frames for my glasses. They were punctual, competent, and had modern technology. I give them an A rating and will use them again.
    - Matthew T.
  • A
    Caimano, Dr. Paul E
    I would recommend him. He is very knowledgeable and explains everything about your eyes to you.
    - allan j.
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