FRANK A. BUCCl, J.R., MD
Frank A. Bucci, Jr., MD is an internationally recognized expert in refractive and cataract surgery. He has been a pioneer in refractive surgery, having performed the first RK, AK, PRK and LASIK procedures in Wyoming Valley. He will soon have performed almost 8,000 refractive surgeries, in addition to performing almost 25,000 other microsurgical ophthalmic procedures.
Dr. Bucci has given hundreds of presentations related to his research. The following is a list of only the major ophthalmic meetings in which Dr. Bucci was an invited lecturer. He has also published over 75 articles in the peer-reviewed medical literature. His most significant contribution, freeing patients from a lifetime of bifocals, occurred with his landmark presentation on December 2, 2005 in Las Vegas. At this meeting of the Las Vegas IOL Symposium, Dr. Bucci was the first ophthalmic researcher in North America and Europe to demonstrate that mixing and matching the Multifocal implants both achieved the highest levels of spectacle independence and patient satisfaction. Dr. Bucci has been invited to share his results at world-wide ophthalmic conferences.
In 1998, Dr. Bucci founded the Bucci Cataract & Laser Vision Institute dedicated solely to correcting eye disorders through the pursuit of excellence in eye surgery. Dr. Bucci performs LASIK procedures at his LASIK Suite in the lower level of his Wilkes-Barre main office/surgery center. It houses the latest state-of-the-art LASIK technology which includes the only free standing excimer laser in Luzerne County featuring Wavescan and Intralase "Bladeless" CustomVue laser vision applications from VISX .
In 2000 Dr. Bucci founded the Angelina Theresa Bucci Eye Surgery Center, which offers the latest technology and highly trained ancillary staff. The Center is not only licensed by the PA Department of Health, but also Medicare Certified and Accredited by the AAAHC.
The following pdf lists the Curriculum Vitae of Frank A. Bucci Jr., MD
ALEXANDRA D. WASMANSKI O.D.
Alexandra Wasmanski O.D. joined our practice in 2006. Previously she practiced at Vision Associates in Elkton and Havre de Grace Maryland, a multidisciplinary and multi-physician eye care facility. Alexandra Wasmanski O.D. completed her under graduate training at Indiana University of Pennsylvania and received her Doctor of Optometry at The Pennsylvania College of Optometry. Alexandra Wasmanski O.D. completed clinical internships at The Lynch Pediatric Unit, Philadelphia; Feinbloom Vision Rehabilitation Center, Philadelphia; Eye Care Specialists of NEPA, Kingston and Egle Butte Indian Hospital, Eagle Butte, SD. Alexandra Wasmanski O.D. completed her residency training at the VA Medical Center, Martinsburg, WV.
Alexandra Wasmanski O.D. specialized in the treatment and management of ocular diseases of the anterior and posterior segments of the eye including glaucoma, dry eye disease, macular degeneration, diabetic retinopathy and cataracts. Alexandra Wasmanski O.D. also performs routine medical eye exams, pre and post-operative care of laser refractive surgery, lensectomy refractive surgery and fits all types of contact lens including spherical, astigmatism, bifocal, multifocal, gas permeable and hard to fit contact lenses. Alexandra Wasmanski O.D. also has a very special interest in pediatric eye care and sees children as young as 6 months old. She is a proud participant in the Infant See Program.
JOHN W. BOYLE, OD
A graduate of the University of Scranton, Dr. Boyle received his Doctor of Optometry from the Pennsylvania College of Optometry, Philadelphia. He completed his internship in primary care.
Dr. Boyle is a member of the American Optometric Association and has received numerous awards and honors throughout his career. Specializing in primary eye care, contact lens fittings, ocular diseases, and pediatric through geriatric optometry including low vision. He also conducts LASIK, Multifocal implants and Cataract examinations for pre and post operative patients.
Bucci Laser Vision is proud to serve the NEPA and Poconos regions with offices in Wilkes-Barre, Pittston, Scranton, Old Forge, Hazleton, Stroudsburg, Brodheadsville and Mt. Pocono. Free consultations are available to any patient seeking spectacle independence through refractive surgery. Call 1-877-DR-BUCCI for more information.
Both cataract and pre-cataract patients older than 40 years of age who are dependent on bifocals or reading glasses are likely candidates, and patients who have these lenses implanted prior to developing cataracts will never need cataract surgery in the future. If you are seeking the TECNIS®, Crystalens®, ReZoom® or ReSTOR® IOL lens options in Pennsylvania Dr. Bucci can help you decide if this option is right for you!Learn More
Find out if you can be a LASIK candidate. Take our LASIK self-evaluation test and you will be evaluated and contacted by one of our LASIK coordinators to discuss your candidacy. If you meet the requirements of our test we will suggest an in person pre-operative eye exam. This eye exam is a complete eye health eye exam and will most likely be one of the most thorough eye exams of your life. We obviously take your vision very seriously at Bucci Laser Vision.Learn More
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If you are seeking the safest LASIK in Pennsylvania please feel free to call us about the NEW Bladeless LASIK eye surgery. For more information regarding the Intralase ALL-LASER LASIK please feel free to review our website. We are happy to bring our patients the safest option available for LASIK eye surgery.Learn More
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A cataract is a clouding of the normally clear crystalline lens of the eye. The lens is normally extremely clear, and allows light to pass through and be focused onto the retina. When the lens is not clear, and light is impeded from passing through it, a cataract is said to be present in the lens. The term “cataract” comes from the Latin word for waterfall (cataracta) as very advanced cataracts may look white, like foamy water, and be visible to an observer with the naked eye.Learn More
Modern microsurgical techniques for removing cataracts have evolved and improved dramatically over the past 20 years. During this procedure, the eye's natural lens is removed because it became cloudy as a result of the natural aging process. In the early days, cataract surgery was performed only when a person could no longer see. The cloudy lens was removed in one piece through a large incision that required many stitches. Patients stayed in the hospital for days and after surgery had to wear thick, distorting cataract glasses or deal with cumbersome contact lenses to see well enough to function.Learn More
Exciting advances in lens implant technology now allows patients to choose multifocal lens implants to correct their vision. Monofocal lens implants provide excellent vision at one point, usually distance. Multifocal lens implants provide a range of clearer vision at near, intermediate and distance, thereby allowing the performance of most daily activities with little or no dependence on traditional or progressive bifocals. Dr. Bucci will discuss the advantages and disadvantages of multifocal lenses during your free consultation.Learn More
Bucci Laser Vision invites you to watch our Multifocal IOL videos about the Multifocal lenses used by Dr. Bucci. If you are interested in premium lens implants in the Pennsylvaia area, please watch our videos to learn how Multifocal Intraocular Lens Implants can help you see better than ever before after cataract surgery!Learn More
Patients suffering from astigmatism and cataracts can benefit from a Toric IOL lens implant. The Toric IOL can be implanted during cataract surgery to cure the astigmatism and reduce your need for glasses or contact lenses after cataract surgery!
If you are suffering from astigmatism and cataracts in Pennsylvania contact Bucci Vision to learn more about Toric IOL’s and how they can help correct your visionLearn More
Do you have questions about the LASIK procedure? Would you like to learn more about Dr. Bucci and the services offered at Bucci Vision in Pennsylvania? If so, please visit our Common Questions page to have your questions answered!
If you have more questions please do not hesitate to contact our office at 1-877-DR.BUCCI to schedule an appointment!Learn More