Diagnosis: Cornea Fuch’s Dystrophy, Cataract
Anthony Lewis was having trouble seeing clearly. He was interested in being evaluated by Greater Ohio Eye Surgeons ophthalmologist, Dr. Scott Storck. Dr. Storck diagnosed him with Cornea Fuch’s Dystrophy and a cataract. He recommended that he should have a cornea transplantation and cataract surgery.
He underwent a cornea transplantation and cataract surgery. He experienced a dramatic improvement in his vision. “I was glad I had the cornea transplantation and cataract surgery with Dr. Storck. He made all the difference in the world for my vision; I would recommend Dr. Storck to others if they are experiencing eye or cornea problems.”