Dr. Bhend and the CEENTA Fort Mill team were friendly, helpful and seemed glad I was there.
Dr. Patel saved my life.
Had it not been for Dr. Kirchner and his staff at CEENTA, I would still have cataracts that darkened and blurred my vision in both eyes.
I wanted LASIK but I wasn’t a good candidate for it. My optometrist told me about implantable contact lenses, so I did some research and found Dr. Jaben.
Dr. Levine has been treating me for sleep apnea. CPAP wasn't working for me, but then I learned about Inspire.
Sometimes in healthcare you feel like you’re a number and you’re in and out, but not with Dr. Greywoode.
I am thoroughly convinced, had Dr Lewis not intervened, I was in jeopardy of dying.
I needed cataract surgery, so I got the trifocal lens and everything is clear now.
My daughter was sick a lot and needed tonsil and adenoid surgery. Dr. Jabbour was fantastic.
I've seen Dr. Shah and that may be the best call I've made yet!
Dr. Mathys performed my cataract surgery last year and I appreciate his attention to every detail of my vision needs.
I went for cataract surgery with Dr. Rheinbolt and I love how well it went.
I have had ocular rosacea for over two years. I came to see Dr. Mathys, and not only did he also diagnose me with blepharitis, but he also recommended treatment with BlephEx.
Dr. Klotz is 100 percent effective with his treatment.
I had sinus surgery a year ago with Dr. Lewis, and it was life-changing.
I was playing flag football when I got an injury that damaged my septum. It didn’t heal on its own, so I went to see Dr. Kelly.
I had cataracts removed from both of my eyes, the first in early January and the second three weeks later. Dr. Gupta was absolutely wonderful.
I have been to see Dr. Kessler a number of times over the last few years, and I always have an excellent experience with him and his entire office staff.
I couldn’t taste or smell for two years. Most of the other doctors I saw said it was just allergies, but I knew it wasn’t. No one could figure out what was really wrong with me until I went to Dr. Levine. He said every one of my sinus cavities was complete clogged and infected. He did a four-hour surgery on me and now I can taste and smell.
I had a keratotomy 20 or 25 years ago, and for 20 years I did well. Then my corneas started to droop and glasses wouldn’t help my vision. I went to see several cornea specialists, and they said there was nothing I could do. Then I went to see Dr. Hammonds, and he said they could fix me right up. He sent me to Dr. Fox, and she fitted me with scleral lenses.
All 4 of my kids pictured here have been patients over the years at CEENTA's Matthews office.
This little guy had ear infection after ear infection until we got tubes from Dr. Sicard. He responded beautifully.
Drew, now 11, and Dylan, now 7, are healthy and happy boys! We are so grateful for CEENTA and Dr. Puri for the care and surgeries performed for both of these boys in 2011! Drew had his tonsils and adenoids out, while Dylan had a set of tubes put in.
I took my 5 year old, Drew, to CEENTA in September 2017 after his pediatrician recommended we have his eyes checked. We were told by Dr. Haney that Drew would definitely need glasses due to a strong astigmatism in both eyes.
I first saw Dr. Kamerer in early January 2017 after my doctor found a parotid tumor. It’s a shock and somewhat terrifying to realize that you have an appointment with a doctor who only does head and neck cancer treatment. However, when Dr. Kamerer walks into the room with his calm and wise demeanor the fear begins to seep out of your mind.
I woke up with a retinal bleed two days before Christmas in 2016. I went to my doctor, who confirmed it, and sent me to see Dr. Punjabi.
I’m a regular patient of Dr. Sicard’s, and have been for about five years. He first did a septum surgery, and since then I’ve been for general checkups.
I was injured during surgery, and the injury caused very severe tinnitus. The sound was so loud I couldn’t hear the tests when I went to a therapist. I was then referred to Dr. King for tinnitus retraining.
I had a cochlear implant activated last year in my left ear. Dr. Stowell did the implant and my audiologist was Dr. Horning. That nerve had been dormant for about 40 years. I didn’t think they could fix my left ear because the nerve is dead, but they’ve been very good. I give them an A+.
I’ve never had vision in my right eye, and one Sunday recently I experienced something I had never experienced in my left eye. I was seeing some flashes of light and some black spots, so the next day I called CEENTA, and that day I saw Dr. Spicola and Dr. Punjabi.
I had cataracts in both my eyes. I’m also very light-sensitive, and because of that and the cataracts I had developed really extreme migraines that were brought on by bright, sunny days. Dr. Shah did an absolutely fabulous job with my surgery.
I have come to see Dr. Harley for some time now. He has performed surgery on me twice and I have seen him for all the appointments before and after, too.
My retina had detached, so my doctor immediately referred me to Charlotte Eye Ear Nose & Throat Associates. I got right in to see Dr. Antoszyk, who did an assessment and scheduled surgery to reattach my retina right away.
I originally brought my daughter to see Dr. Lewis because she got a bead stuck in her ear, which he removed successfully. I then asked him some follow-up questions about her allergies. He tested her and found she was allergic to a few things, particularly grass. Dr. Lewis recommended her for allergy shots, which she is taking right now.
I had cataracts in both eyes... Now thanks to my surgery I only need glasses to read small print and I can drive at night without any problems. Dr. Lee is excellent.
My son’s doctor first referred us to a speech therapist, who wanted to do therapy. We then took him to Dr. Puri, who was very matter-of-fact and said ear tubes were all he would need.
I was referred to Dr. Gupta first by the Lions Club, then by the Metrolina Association for the Blind to have my very bad cataracts treated.
"It’s very convenient my allergy and ENT treatment are in the same facility. Dr. Tebbit, my ENT doctor, treats my allergies, too. He’s very friendly and very knowledgeable about my conditions and how my ears and allergies affect each other. I completely trust his judgment and would recommend him to others without a doubt."
"I got the femto-laser cataract surgery in June and August, in both eyes... I was extremely pleased with the outcome, and so was Dr. Kansupada."
"Railynn got her first cochlear implant in April of 2015 and it just changed our lives. Before she got it she couldn’t say anything and could only speak in baby talk. Now she speaks a lot more and we are so excited. She can hear us. She’s learning the things she needs to learn, and she’s starting to understand more of what’s going on in the world around her. We’re just so thankful for Dr. Gold and all the nurses who helped us through it all."
"When I first came to Dr. Punjabi I couldn’t read the license plate on the car in front of me with that eye. Right now it’s cleared up so I can see almost as well as before I had the eye occlusion, so we’ll see how things look the next time I get an X-Ray."
"I had a deviated septum that was completely blocking my left nostril. I had it straightened out and I feel so wonderful now. Dr. Puri was just as good with me as he was with my granddaughter."
We brought her to Dr. Blumer, who put tubes in her ears. Hannah feels excellent now. The ear tubes worked really well, she’s had no more ear infections, and she’s back in day care having fun.
Last year the glaucoma worsened to the point that surgery on both eyes was required. Dr. Huang carefully studied my abnormally frail eyes and concluded surgery would be safe. My pool game has distinctly improved, and I can look forward to major improvements in my tennis. Dr. Huang is obviously a medical prodigy, and at the same time she’s unusually caring with each patient.
"My son just turned 1 year old and in the last two months his right eye was turning in. Our pediatrician said he should have his eyes tested so we brought him to see Dr. McKee. He tested his eyes and he needed glasses. We put his glasses on and got him home, and he walked for the first time, taking seven steps. He never walked before because he couldn’t see. It was an emotional moment for us."