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Cataract Surgery in Danville, Virginia

The ophthalmologists at Hecker Eye Care Associates would like to remind you and your friends and family that our Greensboro office is only about 45 minutes away from Danville, Virginia.

Dr. Hecker and Dr. Weaver perform their cataract surgery in Greensboro, and also offer post-operative visits on the same day of cataract surgery. We proudly offer the new PanOptixTM Multi-focal lens, which is the first, and currently only tri-focal lens approved for use in the United States. 99% of patients would have the same lens implanted again. 

Please consider calling our office and entrusting us in your eye care needs. Feel free to read our Google and website reviews!

Dr. Christopher Weaver Christopher D. Weaver, M.D., M.P.H., F.A.A.O., is a general ophthalmologist specializing in surgical and medical treatment of diseases of the eye, including the following: cataracts and cataract surgery, medical, surgical, and laser treatments for glaucoma, surgical treatment for eyelid lesions, diabetic eye exams, and comprehensive ophthalmology. Dr. Weaver completed his ophthalmology residency as chief resident in ophthalmology at the University of Virginia Health System in Charlottesville, Virginia. He was awarded the prestigious Kenneth Tuck Award in 2015. Dr. Weaver is a graduate of SUNY Upstate Medical University, College of Medicine, where he received numerous academic honors and awards, including graduating Magna Cum Laude in 2012, induction into the Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Society and Gold Humanism Society in 2011, and receiving the Excellence in Clinical Skills Award in 2010.

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