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Our Core Values

Our Core Values
Our Core Values


Helping people see better, preserving their vision, and witnessing their satisfaction makes us love what we do and come to work with a smile every day.


From the very moment you step into our clinic, you will notice the innate friendliness of our multilingual team, the best and most advanced diagnostic and surgical technology, and our drive to get superb surgical results.

Dr. Preschel is one of the few ophthalmologists in the world with multi-specialty fellowship training in cornea surgery, refractive surgery, treatment of external eye diseases, and medical and surgical treatment of glaucoma.

Dr. Preschel is a diplomate of the American Board of Ophthalmology (ABO). Certification by the ABO is rigorous and requires continuous medical education and re-certification every ten years.

Dr. Preschel has become an eye surgeon that other doctors and their relatives rely on. In addition to trusting him with their eyesight, his peers selected Dr. Preschel as a Castle Conolly top US doctor.

These merits require decades of complex training, experience, consistent successful results as well as impeccable bedside manners. There is no other way to gain and maintain this reputation, and we can confidently guarantee that you will be in excellent hands with us.


Unfortunately, healthcare services in the United States are becoming a commodity. Hospitals, insurance companies, and venture capital groups are buying medical practices, and doctors are becoming their subordinated employees. This inevitably has an impact on quality of care.

We take pride in being a practice that is small and remains privately owned. We are devoted to knowing, remembering, and caring for each one of our patients. After all, we spend more time with our patients than our own families. Our promise is to deliver the care that you need, not less, not more.

However, remember that you should not solely rely on what you read online. Be diligent and ask other doctors about your surgeon’s reputation. Check for board certification by the American Board of Medical Specialties and consult your local medical board to verify your specialist’s profile licensing and records of any violations.