Prestera Eye Medical Group is a leading eye care practice committed to helping patients successfully preserve and/or improve their ocular health and vision through a wide array of personalized services. Led by Dr. Tory Prestera and Dr. Kevin Garff, our center offers everything from comprehensive eye exams to treatment of cornea issues, cataracts, glaucoma, retinal conditions, eyelid concerns, and more—all with an approach that prioritizes optimal patient safety, satisfaction, and long-term ocular wellness.
When you choose Prestera Eye Medical Group, you can expect top-quality service throughout all phases of your care. Our doctors are extensively trained and experienced in diagnosing, treating, and managing numerous conditions of the eye using state-of-the-art techniques and technologies—and our friendly, knowledgeable office staff does everything in their power to ensure each patient’s experience is comfortable, educational, and positive. Whether you are seeking an eye doctor in order to remain proactive about your ocular wellness or you have a particular eye concern you wish to have assessed and treated, Prestera Eye Medical Group can provide the level of care you need and deserve.
Dr. Prestera is a board-certified ophthalmologist with considerable experience in general eye care, retinal disease treatment, cataract surgery, glaucoma management and surgery, and more. In fact, over the last two decades he has performed more than 20,000 glaucoma, cataract, and retinal laser surgeries combined.
Dr. Garff is a board-certified ophthalmologist who is highly skilled in corneal care, cataract surgery, refractive surgery, and dry eye treatment—among many other ocular services. Throughout his education and career as an eye surgeon, he has authored numerous respected publications and earned several notable honors.
General ophthalmic care is critical to detecting, managing, treating, and even preventing certain eye diseases—as well as their harmful side effects. At our practice, general ophthalmology services include:
Cataract surgery can help you restore crystal-clear vision that has blurred and deteriorated due to clouding of the eye’s natural lens. Key distinctions of cataract treatment at our practice include:
When left untreated, corneal diseases and conditions can be responsible for significant damage to the eye, sometimes eventually leading to total vision loss. Among many corneal services, we offer:
Whether hereditary, lifestyle-related, or caused by trauma, retinal diseases can lead to severe vision loss—or even blindness—if unmanaged and/or untreated. Retinal conditions we treat include: