M. Armesto, M.D.,
Dr. David Armesto, is a
Refractive Surgery specialist and received fellowship training
in Cornea/External Disease and Refractive Surgery at the
University of Texas. Dr. Armesto has performed all aspects of
refractive surgery since 1990, and performed the first LASIK
procedure in Central Pennsylvania in 1997. As a
fellowship-trained corneal specialist, Dr. Armesto has extensive
experience in the care of patients desiring surgery as an
alternative to glasses and contact lenses.
Dr Armesto served in the Army as a flight surgeon with the 1st Cavalry Division. Following his residency in Ophthalmology, he ultimatelly served as Chief of Ophthalmology for the US Army in Europe .
Dr. Armesto has been practicing
in the Central Pennsylvania area since 1992. He is certified by the American Board of Ophthalmology and is a member of the
American Academy of Ophthalmology and the American Society of
Cataract and Refractive Surgeons as
well as Fellow, American College of Surgeons. Dr. Armesto serves on the Board of the Pennsylvania Academy of Ophthalmology and is a Councilor for the American Academy of Ophthalmology.
Dr. Armesto resides in the Mechanicsburg area with his wife and two sons. His interests include skiing, hiking, travelling and jazz piano.
Bonomo Hosey, O.D. and Troy Hosey,
Mary Ann Hosey is from West Pittston, Pennsylvania and did her
undergraduate studies at Scranton University. She received a
Bachelor of Science in Visual Sciences in 1988 and a Doctorate
in Optometry in 1991 from the Pennsylvania College of
Optometry. She is board certified by both the National Board of
Examiners in Optometry and the Pennsylvania Board of Optometry.
Dr. Mary Hosey's practice includes
family eye care, contact lenses, pre- and postoperative cataract
and refractive surgery evaluations as well as glaucoma
management. She specializes in those hard-to-fit contact lens
patients including patients with corneal diseases such as
keratoconus and post corneal transplant patients.
Troy Hosey is from Sun Prairie, Wisconsin and did his
undergraduate studies at the University of Wisconsin at
Madison. He received a Bachelor of Science degree in Medical
Technology in 1989. He attended the Pennsylvania College of
Optometry in Philadelphia, where he received a Bachelor of
Science in Visual Sciences and his Optometric degree in 1993.
He is board certified by both the National Board of Examiners in
Optometry and the Pennsylvania Board of Optometry.
Dr. Hosey performs comprehensive
eye care for patients of all ages, with a special interest in
the school-aged group. Along with routine eye exams, Dr. Hosey
is involved in the co-management of pre- and postoperative
procedures, including cataract surgery, refractive surgery and
Dr. Mary Ann Bonomo-Hosey and
Dr. Troy Hosey are the proud parents of two daughters.
David I. Silbert, M.D., F.A.A.P.
AND STRABISMUS SPECIALIST OCULOPLASTICS,
RECONSTRUCTIVE, AND COSMETIC EYELID SURGERY SPECIALIST
I. Silbert, MD, FAAP
graduated from Wesleyan University in Middletown,
Connecticut in 1984. He completed his medical training at
Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine in
Cleveland, Ohio in 1989, with an area of concentration in
clinical decision analysis.
Silbert completed an internship in internal medicine at the
Washington Hospital Center in 1990, and an ophthalmology
residency at Georgetown University Hospital, Center for
Sight, Washington, DC in 1993. This was followed by a
fellowship in oculoplastic and orbital surgery at Wills Eye
Hospital in 1994, and a second fellowship in pediatric
ophthalmology and strabismus at St. Christophers Hospital
for Children, Holy Redeemer Hospital and Wills Eye Hospital,
finished in 1995.
Silbert specializes in the diagnosis and treatment of
pediatric and adult strabismus, amblyopia, congenital
cataracts, nasolacrimal obstruction and other pediatric eye
diseases. He also specializes in cosmetic and
reconstructive eyelid surgery, as well as orbital surgery
and has extensive experience using a laser for
blepharoplasty and the removal of wrinkles.
Silbert has been involved as an investigator for the Balloon
Catheter Technique to improve tearing. He has also been an
investigator for the Amblyopia Treatment Studies, national
studies looking at lazy eye. He has been invited to lecture
on The Use of the Photoscreener to Detect Amblyopia at
national meetings. Dr. Silbert is a Diplomate of the
American Board of Ophthalmology and is a full member of the
American Association for Pediatric Ophthalmology and
Strabismus (AAPOS). He has also been elected a fellow of
the American Academy of Pediatrics. With his full
membership in the American Association for Pediatric
Ophthalmology and Strabismus (AAPOS) and fellowship in the
American Academy of Pediatrics, Dr. Silbert became the first
pediatric ophthalmologist in Lancaster County to offer such
high credentials in the care of his young patients.