Brian M. Sucheski, M.D.
Dr. Sucheski is a board-certified ophthalmologist with a special interest in cataract and refractive surgery, including LASIK. He attended Pennsylvania State University, on a University Scholars Scholarship and graduated first in his major with highest distinction. He completed medical school at the Pennsylvania State University, Milton S. Hershey Medical Center in his hometown of Hershey, where he was president of the Alpha Omega Alpha medical honor society (given to the physician ranked at the top of his class). He completed his residency at the Wills Eye Hospital, where he served as chief resident in 1998.
In 2020, Dr. Sucheski is proud to have been chosen by Philadelphia magazine as one of the top doctors in Ophthalmology for the forth year in a row.
He became the first surgeon to perform LASIK at the Wills Eye Surgical Center in Bucks County and has performed thousands of successful laser vision correction (LASIK and PRK) surgeries . He also brought bladeless, Intralase LASIK to Wills Bucks County to add further precision and safety to laser vision correction surgery. He has become one of Wills Eye’s most experienced and accomplished LASIK surgeons. He now performs all of his LASIK surgeries at Wills Eye Bucks County location. Dr. Sucheski was named a LaserVision Gold Surgeon, known as a nationwide leader in the laser vision correction industry.
Both Dr. Sucheski and his wife truly believe in the safety of laser vision correction enough to have had LASIK and PRK. In fact, Dr. Sucheski has performed LASIK on many family and friends, including his brother, sister-in-law, and several doctor colleagues. He also is very proficient in cataract surgery, offering small incision, no stitch modern phacoemulsification surgery. He implants modern aspheric lenses or premium lenses in all of his patients to provide them the highest quality vision feasible.
Dr. Sucheski is married with 2 children, and spends his free time exercising, enjoying sports (especially Penn State football) and coaching both baseball and basketball.