Monthly Archives: July 2012

Win $5000 Contest

Whether you’ve had the iLASIK Procedure or you’re just thinking about it, share your personal story on how better vision can make a big difference for your active lifestyle. Ask us how you can enter and win 5,000 dollars or one of the other great prizes by joining the “You Gotta See This” Video Contest…. Read More


Learn more about PRK Surgery

PRK, or photo refractive keratectomy, is a refractive procedure that is used to treat nearsightedness, farsightedness, and astigmatism. It is somewhat similar to LASIK surgery, but does not involve the creation of a corneal flap. PRK offers results that are similar to those achieved by standard LASIK surgery, but involves more postoperative discomfort and a… Read More


Bausch & Lomb Introduces the Crystalens(R) Aspheric Optic (AO) Lens

Bausch & Lomb today announced that it is launching the Crystalens® AO, the first aberration-free accommodating intraocular lens (IOL) with aspheric optics to cataract surgeons worldwide. The announcement follows the recent FDA approval of this newest Bausch & Lomb surgical product. The Crystalens AO, combined with the successful Crystalens HD and the Crystalens Five-0, will… Read More


William Feinbloom Award Presented to Dr. Eli Peli

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE BOSTON, MA (January 2010) – Dr. Eli Peli, OD, MSc, FAAO, New England Eye Center’s Director of the Vision Rehabilitation Service, is the recipient of the 2009 William Feinbloom award from the American Academy of Optometry. The award was presented in November at the organization’s annual meeting in Orlando, FL. Dr. Feinbloom… Read More


Over 40 and losing your reading vision? We can help!

If you’re over the age of 40 and are struggling with an age-related decrease in vision (presbyopia), our practice offers CK (conductive keratoplasty), a safe, effective treatment to restore your vision. Rather than utilizing a laser, CK eye surgery uses radio waves to shrink collagen tissue in the cornea. This steepens the cornea, improving patients’… Read More


Investigator Awarded Medical Student Research Fellowship

Investigator Awarded Medical Student Research Fellowship from ‘Research to Prevent Blindness’ Varsha Manjunath doing OCT research at New England Eye Center FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE BOSTON, MA (February 2010) – New England Eye Center and Tufts University School of Medicine have been granted a $30,000 Medical Student Eye Research Fellowship by Research to Prevent Blindness, the… Read More


Doctors across U.S. teamed up in Boston to educate local sports teams, doctors and other sports related medical professionals

Doctors across the U.S. teamed up in Boston to educate local sports teams, doctors and other sports-related medical professionals The focus was on education, diagnosis, and treatment of sports vision injuries FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE L-R: Michael Goldstein, M.D., Barry Fisch, O.D., Alan Lewis, O.D., David Kirschen, O.D., Daniel Laby, M.D., Cliff Scott, O.D Boston, MA…. Read More


New England Eye Center Ophthalmologists Named To Boston Magazines Top Doctor List for the 4th Consecutive Year

New England Eye Center Ophthalmologists Named To Boston Magazines Top Doctor List for the 4th Consecutive Year Eye Care Specialists Receive Top Recognition From Their Peers FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Boston, MA.(February 16, 2010) – New England Eye Center is pleased to announce that Ophthalmologists Jay S. Duker, M.D. and Thomas R. Hedges III, M.D. have… Read More


New England Eye Center Offers Military Assistance Program

New EnglandEye CenterOffers Military Assistance Program Soldiers get chance for better vision through LASIK program FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Boston, MA. (February 19, 2010) – New England Eye Center is pleased to announce the launch of the “Military Assistance Program (MAP)” to provide our Military personnel the ability to achieve better vision through LASIK at substantial… Read More


Latest Innovative Technologies Used For Advanced Training in Cataract Surgery

New England Eye Center Medical Students & Doctors Use the Latest Innovative Technologies for Advanced Training in Cataract Surgery FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE BOSTON, MA (February 22, 2010) – Ophthalmology residents, medical students and practicing ophthalmologists studying eye microsurgery at New England Eye Center and Tufts University School of Medicine will be using one of the… Read More


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