Cataract surgery with a personal touch: Eye Associates of Bucks County

After having increased difficulty with sight, Dr. Stanley Sliwinski, MD realized it was time to consider cataract surgery. His first choice was Eye Associates of Bucks County (EABC) where Dr. Sliwinski had been a patient of Dr. Sagun Pendse for several years. His decision to have cataract surgery with EABC was based on his relationship with Dr. Pendse and his previous relationships with other physicians at EABC. 

Preferring a no-pressure atmosphere, Dr. Sliwinski discussed his surgical options over several visits before making a final decision. Based on the need to address his changing vision, he and Dr. Pendse discussed the procedure and decided that a Monofocal lens would provide the best outcome.

Prior to and after his surgery, Dr. Sliwinski says that he experienced great care and personal attention from the staff at the office and surgery center. Dr. Sliwinski also said that the surgery was a remarkable success, his vision has improved, and his eyesight is back to where it was when he was 20-years-old.

He reports, “I am incredibly happy with the superior care I received and the successful surgical outcome. I applaud the staff at Eye Associates of Bucks County and the surgical center for their attention to detail.” 

Wondering if cataract surgery with EABC might be right for you? Consider that EABC has been serving the Langhorne area for over 40 years and is a leader in cataract surgery.

EABC uses the latest technology and lenses to improve and preserve sight.

At Eye Associates of Bucks County, Dr. Pendse and his fellow physicians believe that every decision should be informed and personal, they dedicate themselves to protecting, improving, and preserving eye health for each patient. 

If you would like to be involved with making an informed decision about your eye health, call Eye Associates of Bucks County at (833) 921-6200 or visit to schedule an appointment. 

PHOTO CAP: Dr. Sagun Pendse, Ophthalmologist

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