Our Doctors

Matthew Willett
Matthew Willett, M.D. is a leading innovator in the treatment and management of glaucoma. A highly skilled cataract surgeon in addition to his glaucoma expertise, Dr. Willett is one of the first surgeons in the area to perform iStent surgery, a microscopic procedure which enables the treatment of some types of glaucoma during cataract surgery. A fellowship-trained glaucoma surgeon, Dr. Willett has been selected to participate in several FDA clinical trials and has contributed numerous articles to scientific and medical journals. He presently serves as a Clinical Instructor of Surgery at the Northeast Ohio Medical University. Married with two children, Dr. Willett enjoys woodworking, hiking, weight lifting and fishing. He resides in Akron.
Kimberly Cingle
Kimberly A. Cingle, M.D. has been recognized in Best Doctors in America and as a Cleveland Magazine Top Doc. A skilled cataract surgeon, Dr. Cingle also specializes in treating patients with macular degeneration, glaucoma and diabetic retinopathy. A multiple award winner of the Summa Health Systems Department of Ophthalmology “Teacher of the Year,” Dr. Cingle is committed to training other ophthalmologists in medical and surgical techniques. She also serves as Senior Instructor of Ophthalmology at Case Western Reserve University Medical School. A leader in the area, Dr. Cingle is a past president of the Cleveland Ophthalmological Society and currently serves as its vice-president. Married with two children, Dr. Cingle enjoys running, traveling, the cinema, and spending time with family. She resides in Brecksville.
Elizabeth Shanika Esparaz
Elizabeth Shanika Esparaz M.D., a native of Cleveland, will be returning home after completing her training in ophthalmology and vitreoretinal disease at Boston University. She is excited to serve patients in Northeast Ohio and offer her expertise in comprehensive eye care, as well as cataract surgery. She is also a fellowship-trained retina specialist, offering the latest technology in treatment for macular degeneration, diabetic retinopathy, and retinal tears. Dr. Esparaz is a graduate of Wright State University Boonshoft School of Medicine, where she was honored as one of the top medical students in her class by induction to the prestigious Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Society. In addition, she was awarded membership to the Gold Humanism Honor Society for recognition as an exemplar of compassionate patient care and as a role model, mentor, and leader in medicine. Dr. Esparaz has presented her work at national conferences and has published in several peer-reviewed journals. During her training, she was elected by her peers as an Ambassador for the Academy of Ophthalmology and served as a delegate on Capitol Hill. She also served as the Quality Initiative representative for the Department of Ophthalmology at Boston University Medical Center. Married with one child and a golden retriever, Dr. Esparaz enjoys many fitness activities, playing tennis, traveling, baking, and photography. She resides in Gates Mills, Ohio.