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Milford-Franklin Eye Center

Eye physicians Dr. Roger Kaldawy (left) and
Dr. John Hatch of Milford-Franklin Eye Center.


Milford-Franklin Eye Center provides comprehensive and excellent eye care for the entire family. With offices located in Milford and Franklin and a support staff of 14, this practice is a leading medical and surgical eye care center in the area. Two experienced eye physicians, Dr. John Hatch and Dr. Roger Kaldawy, and a third guest ophthalmologist provide a range of services, from basic eye exams, fitting contacts and glasses, to treatments and surgery for more complicated problems, like laser vision correction and cornea transplantations.
"We pride ourselves on giving state-of-the-art care, one patient at a time," said Dr. Kaldawy. Dr. Hatch is the only fellowship trained pediatric ophthalmologist in the area, and is a skilled cataract surgeon with training in the latest techniques for straightening misaligned eyes. Dr. Kaldawy was the first full-time corneal disease specialist in the area. He started the corneal transplantation service at Milford Regional Medical Center. He has performed thousands of procedures including laser vision correction and advanced accommodating cataract implants which allow patients clear vision for distance, near, and everything in between with a minimum need for glasses.
When it comes to cataract surgery, Dr. Kaldawy states it's important for patients to educate themselves and maintains the decision to have the surgery should only be made by the patient based on specific symptoms, including night vision problems or the inability to see well during everyday activities.
Choosing the right ophthalmologist for cataract surgery is also important. Dr. Kaldawy recommends that patients considering the surgery ask prospective surgeons about their complication rates, specifically about the percentage of capsular rupture, a complication of cataract surgery that can occur during the procedure, leading to devastating problems. Any percentage of rupture higher than five percent is over the national average.
"I am blessed with a rupture rate of zero percent when my cases were reviewed for the last three years by the Director of Surgical Nursing, an independent source at Milford Hospital," said Dr. Kaldawy. Choosing a location is also critical. Dr. Kaldawy performs his surgeries at Milford Hospital, recently named one of the best hospitals in the region.
For more information or to make an appointment at Milford-Franklin Eye Center, call 508-473-7939 in Milford, or 508-528-3344 in Franklin. Offices are located at 258 Main St., Milford, and 391 East Central St., Franklin. Saturday and after hours appointments are available.




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