The eye doctors at New England Eye Center are committed to delivering the highest quality eye care and vision correction services to the greater Boston, Massachusetts area. Our doctors are devoted to a patient-focused standard of care, ensuring the best results in a comfortable and accommodating environment.
Our ophthalmologists and optometrists utilize the most state-of-the-art technology and practices available in the industry, providing expert insight and expertise to each of our patients’ individual needs. We offer a wide range of eye care and eye surgery procedures, including preventative eye disease screening, diagnosis, and management. Our staff has extensive experience treating virtually every ocular disease, including cataracts, glaucoma and many more.Learn More
New England Eye Center has just been named “Boston’s Top Docs” in Boston magazine’s 2020 list!
Those recognized are Caroline R. Baumal, MD, Jay S. Duker, MD, Thomas R. Hedges III, MD, Katrinka L. Heher, MD, Christopher C. Robinson, MD, Sarwat Salim, MD, FACS, Andre Witkin, MD, Helen K. Wu, MD.
Each year Boston magazine solicits nominations from doctors in private practice as well as medical leaders in the academic medical centers. They seek outstanding doctors who excel in clinical care, interpersonal skills with patients, academic medicine and research.
The cornea specialists at New England Eye Center provide a number of corneal procedures to patients in the greater Boston area. If you are experiencing blurry vision or eye pain, you may have a damaged cornea or corneal disease. Utilizing the latest technology for corneal disease diagnosis and treatment, our doctors have performed over 40,000 cornea transplants combined.
Schedule an eye exam with one of our experienced eye doctors today to ensure your corneas stay healthy and clear. Visit the Cornea and External Disease section to learn more about the cornea and what a cornea transplant involves.
Often called the “silent thief of sight”, glaucoma is an eye disease that many individuals do not know they have until their vision decreases in clarity. If untreated, it can result in serious vision loss and blindness. Fortunately, the eye doctors and ophthalmologists at New England Eye Center have a long-standing history of diagnosing glaucoma symptoms before any serious damage is done. There are many types of glaucoma, as well as many treatment options available to our patients.
Our doctors take the time to understand and identify your individual needs based on the condition of your eyes, offering the best treatment available specific to your needs. The best defense against glaucoma is to schedule regular eye exams with an optometrist, who will identify any possible warning signs of the disease. Learn more about glaucoma prevention, symptoms, and treatment with the eye care staff at New England Eye Center.
The retina specialists at New England Eye Center have extensive experience in diagnosing and treating a number of retinal conditions, including macular degeneration, diabetic retinopathy, retinal detachment, uveitis, and many others. The key to preventing these diseases from worsening is to schedule regular eye exams with your eye doctor.
Using the latest technology and expertise in the industry, our ophthalmologists will work with you to specifically identify any discomfort or vision obstruction you may be experiencing. From there, we will provide you with any information you may need based on the vision condition of your eyes. Learn more about the other retinal conditions we treat, as well as the treatment options we provide.
The board-certified oculoplastic and plastic surgery specialists at New England Eye Center provide a number of cosmetic and surgical procedures to leave your eyes looking their best. We offer a number of minimally-invasive cosmetic procedures such as BOTOX®, Juvederm®, Restylane®, and Voluma™.
Additionally, our oculoplastic surgeons specialize in eyelid surgery, or blepharoplasty, to correct droopy eyelids from aging, as well as a number of reconstructive surgery procedures. Common causes for oculoplastic surgery include skin cancer, orbital tumors or fractures, thyroid eye disease, and blocked tear ducts. Learn more about these conditions, as well as the treatment and surgical services we offer at New England Eye Center.
The pediatric ophthalmologists at New England Eye Center have a long history of providing eye care for young patients in the greater Boston area. Myopia (nearsightedness), hyperopia (farsightedness), and astigmatism in children can cause long-term vision problems as they grow, and regular eye exams can help prevent these conditions from worsening.
Our staff will work with you to diagnose and treat a number of pediatric eye conditions such as amblyopia (lazy eye), strabismus (crossed eyes), double vision, infections, and injuries, as well as many other vision disorders. Meet with our staff to learn more about our experience in pediatric ophthalmology, and the services we provide.