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Biography: Mark Prendes, MD
Certifications & Memberships
- Ophthalmology - American Board of Ophthalmology
Fellowship | Ophthalmic Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery
Ophthalmic Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery - University Of Louisville School Of Medicine (2016 - 2018)
Residency | Ophthalmology
Ophthalmology - University Of Washington Medical Center (2013 - 2016)
Internship | Transitional Year
Transitional Year - Indiana University Hospital (2012 - 2013)
Indiana University School Of Medicine (2012)
University Of Michigan (2007)
Mark Prendes, MD, is an assistant professor in the Department of Ophthalmology and Visual Sciences at the Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine. He is an ophthalmic plastic and reconstructive surgeon at University Hospitals and the director of the oculoplastic surgery service. He is a native of the greater Cleveland area and has been in practice there since 2018. He attended the University of Michigan for his undergraduate education, followed by Indiana University School of Medicine for his medical degree. His ophthalmology residency was completed at the University of Washington in Seattle. He then completed a two-year fellowship in Ophthalmic Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery at the University of Louisville and Oculofacial Plastic and Orbital Surgery, LLC accredited by the American Society of Ophthalmic Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeons (ASOPRS).
Dr. Prendes specializes in the diagnosis and management of pathology of the eyelids, orbit and tear drainage system. This includes treatment of eyelid malpositions, droopy eyelids, blocked tear ducts, eyelid cancers and thyroid eye disease. Dr. Prendes has a special interest in orbital and eyelid tumors, facial trauma and facial and eyelid reconstruction.
Dr. Prendes is actively involved in the training of resident surgeons and medical students through clinic, surgery and lectures. He trains both ophthalmology and plastic surgery residents. He has served as lead instructor for multiple orbital anatomy courses in Louisville and Indianapolis and as a course instructor for surgical anatomy of the head and neck at Case Western University School of Medicine. Additionally, he has taught multiple aesthetics skills and suturing technique labs for resident surgeons. Dr. Prendes is a core faculty member of the Ophthalmology Residency program at Case Western Reserve University and serves on the program evaluation committee.
Dr. Prendes is active in research having published numerous peer-reviewed publications, and has delivered many presentations and posters at national conferences. Additionally he authored a book chapter on eyelid reconstruction. Dr. Prendes serves as a reviewer for multiple peer-reviewed medical journals to determine the scientific merit of articles submitted.
Patient Experience Reviews
Dr. Prendes was excellent. Full explanations of care was given and he included me in the decision making process. He also demonstrated a level of excellence and care for his work that was impressive. I am happy he was my provider.
Dr Prendes said he was leaving and gave me a referral. I couldn't schedule an appointment because the new person wasn't decided upon yet.
Every one was kind and made me feel comfortable. The residents that saw me were thorough, and gave clear explanations. Dr. Prendes is great, and I felt very comfortable in his care!
I don't want dr prendes to leave. Best eye care. Hes a good doctor and it's a shame he's leaving.
Would recommend Dr. Prendes for eyelid surgery to anyone.
I think Dr. Prendes did a excellent job explaining the procedure. I am very happy with the outcome of my procedure and Dr. Prendes made sure that my follow up after the procedure which was originally to far out that I had sooner appointment than what was originally scheduled.
Dr Prendes is absolutely wonderful,as are Dr *** and Dr ***. *** this group is absolutely fabulous!
This was a follow up after surgery. I am very pleased with the whole experience.
Dr. Prendes is a wonderful physician.
It was a very normal visit everything was fine
The provider was great. ***
The doctor and his staff are very caring. I switched to UHbecause of the care I'm receiving as opposed to other facilities.
The team was phenomenal!
This office is extremely busy. I know that they have double book. I did wait quite a long time, however I understand that they do the best to accommodate everyone. I have been seeing Dr. Prendes for an ongoing problem.
Dr Prendes and staff were outstanding!
Dr Prendes is a wonderful doctor, very concerned and compassionate, in addition to being a fantastic eye surgeon. He made me feel completely confident in my care. And Janet in his office is outstanding. She went the extra mile to make sure I was getting the care I needed scheduled.
Dr. Prendes is excellent! It was very hard to get that appointment. It was for an ongoing problem and I spent a lot of time trying to make that appointment. I need another appointment and Dr. Prendes had me schedule that before left the office.
Everyone is very professional. Appointment ran on time Doctor and staff are very considerate and Caring
I generally had a good experience with Dr. Prendes. The Tech who did my test prior to my exam with Dr. Prendes was efficient and explained the test and communicated appropriately with me
Dr. Prendis was outstanding! His staff was extremely helpful and nice.
My experience with the provider was very good.
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As of December 31, 2016, Mark Prendes did not disclose any Outside Relationships with Industry.