DAVID CREECH MD
BOARD CERTIFIED OPHTHALMOLOGIST
Dr. Creech specializes in refractive eye surgery including cataract and LASIK procedures and medical, laser and lens implants and other refractive procedures for vision correction, as well as, diagnosis and treatment of glaucoma, diabetic retinopathy and age related macular degeneration (AMD).
David Creech, M.D. graduated from Saint Joseph’s University where he was elected to the Alpha Epsilon Delta National Premedical Honor Society and Sigma Xi National Science Research Honor Society. He received his medical degree from Drexel University College of Medicine and was elected to Alpha Omega Alpha Medical Honor Society and the Association of Pathology Chairs Honor Society. Dr. Creech completed his internship at Crozier Chester Medical Center and his residency in ophthalmology at Drexel University College of Medicine, where he was chosen as Chief Resident. He also completed a fellowship in advanced cataract and refractive surgery under Drs. Herbert Nevyas and Anita Nevyas-Wallace at Nevyas Eye Associates in Philadelphia.
After his fellowship, Dr. Creech worked at Nevyas Eye Associates in Philadelphia performing a high volume of cataract and specialty refractive surgeries for the residents of Philadelphia. Dr. Creech specializes in refractive eye surgery including cataract surgery, LASIK, ICL, and other procedures for vision correction, as well as diagnosis and treatment of glaucoma, diabetic retinopathy and age related macular degeneration (AMD). He has special interests in premium lens implants and minimally invasive glaucoma surgery. Dr. Creech also enjoys Muay Thai, ice hockey, powerlifting, and travel, and has done surgical missions in both Latin America and Africa performing free cataract surgery for those in need.
WHAT OUR PATIENTS HAVE TO SAY
"There are people who come in that are 60 and older and have worn glasses all their life and when they leave here, they will walk out seeing better than they’ve ever seen before"
"A traditional lens implant can correct your vision for distance or near, but it doesn’t give you your focusing ability back," READ MOREDr. Creech