to Corneal Associates Of New Jersey
We are New Jersey’s premier provider for LASIK laser vision correction, cornea, and cataract surgery using premium lens implants. Our surgeons have performed over 15,000 corneal and refractive procedures and are proud to be one of the few practices in the country that offers a cornea fellowship program for ophthalmologists seeking to specialize in corneal and refractive surgery.
At Corneal Associates of New Jersey, our goal is to provide excellent surgical eye care to help our patients achieve their visual and lifestyle goals. Our LASIK, Cornea and Cataract surgeons have helped tens of thousands of people from around the world enjoy better vision.
Theodore Perl, MD is a Board Certified Ophthalmologist and is fellowship-trained in corneal and refractive surgery. He earned his Doctor of Medicine degree from Chicago Medical School. After his residency at Rush University Medical Center and graduate training from Harvard Medical School, he completed a two-year fellowship in corneal and refractive surgery at University of California, San Diego.
Dr. Perl specializes in the treatment of external eye diseases, LASIK, and corneal transplant surgery. He has performed more than 12,000 corneal and refractive procedures. Dr. Perl was named as one of New Jersey’s “Top Docs” by New Jersey Monthly Magazine and a “Star Surgeon” by VISX Incorporated (AMO), placing him in the top 5% of LASIK surgeons nationwide.
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