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Boston LASIK Surgeons

The Trusted LASIK Surgeons directory only lists surgeons who have extensive qualifications and experience. We estimate these Boston LASIK laser eye surgery, refractive eye surgery, cataract surgery, eye doctors are among the top 1% performing vision correction in the United States. These Boston, Based Surgeons also serve international patients.

The Boston LASIK eye surgeons listed below serve:
Boston, Waltham, Beverly, areas in Massachusetts, the United States as well as international Patients.


Boston LASIK Eye Surgeon Michael B. Raizman M.D.

(617) 314-2656 Call for Appointments and Information

Waltham: (781) 487-2200

Toll Free: (800) 635-0489

Dr. Michael B. Raizman, M.D. in Boston, MA has extensive professional qualifications that we estimate place him among the top 1% of LASIK eye surgery & Laser refractive surgeons and cataract surgery in the US. You can review the expertise of these eye surgeons via their links.

Ophthalmic Consultants of Boston (OCB)
50 Staniford Street, 6th floor
Boston, MA 02114

Ophthalmic Consultants of Boston (OCB)
52 Second Ave, Suite 2500
Waltham, MA 02451


Boston LASIK Eye Surgeon Peter A. Rapoza, MD

(617) 314-2789 Call for Appointments and Information

Toll Free: (800) 635-0489

Doctor Peter A Rapoza, in Boston, MA also has extensive professional credentials that we estimate place him among the top 1% of LASIK eye surgery & Laser refractive surgeons, and cataract surgery in the US.

Ophthalmic Consultants of Boston (OCB)
50 Staniford Street, 6th floor
Boston, MA 02114

Ophthalmic Consultants of Boston (OCB)
52 Second Ave, Suite 2500
Waltham, MA 02451

Ophthalmic Consultants of Boston (OCB)
100 Cummings Center, Suite 136P
Beverly, MA 01915


Boston LASIK Surgeons, New England Eye Center

The surgeons profiled below from New England Eye Center surgeons have professional qualifications that surpass the minimum standards used by Trusted LASIK Surgeons to screen surgeons LASIK Eye Surgeon Directory.

Appointments, Information, Consultation and Surgery

For appointments at any of our locations, please contact our Boston office:
Toll Free: 888.51-LASIK
Local: 617-636-7800

Offices Locations for the New England Eye Center

Boston
260 Tremont St., 11th floor
Boston, MA 02111

Wellesley
One Washington St., Suite 212
Wellesley, MA 02481
Toll Free: 800-452-2084
Local: 781-237-6770

Leominster
20 Commercial Road
Leominster, MA 01453
Toll Free: 800-232-2220
Local: 978-534-6100


Call today for your consultation with a true LASIK Laser eye expert who is a trusted eye surgeon and vision correction surgery specialist.

We invite you to review our qualification process, each surgeon's profile, and select your LASIK surgeon with confidence.

When you select a surgeon from the Trusted LASIK Surgeons directory, you will meet with a true LASIK Eye Surgery expert who is a trusted eye surgeon and vision correction surgery specialist. You will gain the advice, wisdom, and expertise of a profoundly qualified refractive eye surgeon at an exceptional value.


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