We hope that you and your family are doing well and in good health.

We wanted to say hello, give you an update, and let you know that our team at Vision Correction Specialists are doing well. It is understandable that you are anxious to get back on track with your ocular health and we hope that you are also following the COVID-19 guidelines to stay safe and healthy.

We are planning on seeing patients with scheduled appointments beginning June 1, 2020

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    About Richard S. Kalski, MD

    Dr. Richard S. Kalski’s experience and training makes him uniquely qualified to be a Laser Cataract and LASIK Surgery Specialist.  In addition to his prestigious credentials, Dr. Kalski practices medicine in a manner uncommon in today’s health care environment.  He provides boutique individual and personalized care in the spirit of yesterday with the most advanced technologies of today.

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    Office Hours


    8:30 – 5.00



    Richard S. Kalski, MD brings the eye healthcare services you need, the convenience you want and the standards you deserve.


    The laser provides a more precise circular incision around the cataract, improves the accuracy during placement of the intraocular lens implant and leads to a greater likelihood of clearer vision.


    Dr. Kalski uses advanced technology aspheric IOLs to correct vision at all distances, including far, intermediate, and near.  By combining a multifocal or accommodating IOL with the laser for cataract surgery to correct astigmatism, Dr. Kalski is able to customize cataract surgery results, typically reducing a patient’s dependence on eyeglasses or contact lenses.


    LASIK stands for laser in situ keratomileusis, which means using a laser underneath a corneal flap (in situ) to reshape the cornea (keratomileusis). This procedure utilizes a highly specialized laser (excimer laser) designed to treat refractive errors, improve vision, and reduce or eliminate the need for glasses or contact lenses.

    Our Staff Loves To Help You

    The staff at Richard S. Kalski, MD is here to ensure you have the best possible experience with your eye healthcare.