Want to live your life free from eyeglasses or contact lenses? Contact the greater Boston areas leading LASIK eye surgery and laser vision correction specialists at New England Eye Center to regain your visual freedom. Our eye doctors are here to help and provide any information you may need before a LASIK procedure. Visit one of our offices located conveniently in Boston, Brookline, Cambridge, and Waltham, Massachusetts to learn more about LASIK eye surgery today!
Not a candidate for LASIK? The eye doctors at New England Eye Center provides our patients with the latest advancements in PRK surgery. Also know as a photorefractive keratectomy procedure, PRK is an excellent alternative to LASIK. Our dedicated ophthalmologists provide patients in the Boston area with a variety of vision correction options. Visual freedom starts with a consultation with one of our highly trained and experienced eye care specialists.
Cataracts are most commonly an age-related eye condition that can be treated using a simple outpatient surgical procedure. New England Eye Center offers the latest in state-of-the-art Cataract surgery techniques and premium intraocular lens implant options that can also provide you with visual freedom from eyeglasses and contact lenses. Learn more about Cataracts and the surgery procedure from the Boston areas leading eye doctors and eye care practice.
Have you been told that LASIK is not right for you? The Visian ICL® is a revolutionary option for patients who are not ideal candidates for LASIK eye surgery. Learn more about the revolutionary implantable contact lens (ICL) provided by the eye doctors at New England Eye Center. Proudly offering ICL and other advanced vision correction procedures to patients in Boston, Brookline, Cambridge, Waltham, Massachusetts and the surrounding communities.
The eye doctors at New England Eye Center have been providing top-quality Cataracts, LASIK, and many other eye surgery procedures to patients in the greater Boston and Brookline areas for over two decades. Our nationally recognized ophthalmologists are equipped with the tools and experience necessary to provide you with a comfortable experience and exceptional results.
The doctor-patient relationship is one that we hold to the highest standard, and we make a point to encourage our patients to ask questions in order to help maintain excellent communication. New England Eye Center is committed to offering high-quality customized vision correction, personalized care, and the best laser eye surgery in Massachusetts. We achieve this by remaining devoted to a patient-focused standard of care, ensuring patient comfort and exceptional results. Please contact our Boston, Brookline, Cambridge, or Waltham, Massachusetts offices to schedule your first consultation.
Helen Wu, M.D. is the lead ophthalmologist here at New England Eye Center as well as the director of Refractive surgery. After graduating from the Ohio State University College Of Medicine and Public Health in 1986, Dr. Wu completed her residency in ophthalmology at the Kellogg Eye Center, a part of Michigan University. She then traveled to Boston, Massachusetts to complete her fellowship in corneal and external ocular diseases, as well as Ocular Immunology and Uveitis at the Massachusetts Eye and Ear Infirmary. Fluent in English, Chinese, Spanish, and German, Dr. Wu spends her free time with her family, friends, and yellow Labrador Retriever. An avid dancer, Dr. Wu practices ballroom dancing frequently.Learn More About Helen K. Wu, M.D.
As Assistant Professor at the Tufts University School of Medicine, Narae Ko, M.D. is a vital aspect of the continued success at the New England Eye Center. An extremely talented board-certified ophthalmologist, Dr. Ko graduated Summa Kum Laude from Amherst College with a degree in chemistry. Continuing her education, Dr. Ko completed her medical degree from the Yale School of Medicine and completed her residency in ophthalmology at the University of Washington - Seattle. Following her residency, she completed her fellowship at the Duke Eye Center, focusing on corneal, refractive, and external ocular diseases. In addition to her expertise in ophthalmology, Dr. Ko spends time with her family, and enjoying the outdoors.Learn More About Narae Ko, M.D.
Assistant Professor of Ophthalmology at the Tufts University School of Medicine, Melanie Morkin, M.D. is a member of the Cataract, Cornea and Refractive Surgery team at the New England Eye Center. Completing her residency in ophthalmology at the New England Eye Center in Boston, Massachusetts, Dr. Morkin moved on to complete her fellowship in cataracts, cornea, external ocular diseases and refractive surgery at the Bascom Palmer Eye Institute in Miami, Florida. Having a stellar background in education and ophthalmology practice, Dr. Morkin’s expertise reflects directly on our patients’ success. Fluent in Spanish, Dr. Morkin enjoys spending time with her family, traveling, and mountain biking.Learn More About Melina Morkin , M.D.
If you're in the market for an expertly trained, experienced, and compassionate eye doctor who will take your personal needs seriously, New England Eye Center is the best option for you. We are always excited to welcome new patients into our practice and would love to take the opportunity to show you what our services can do for you.
We invite you to open your eyes to the possibilities of LASIK Laser Vision Correction in the comfort of our several offices, where our experienced surgeons are dedicated to providing you with results of the highest quality. If you are interested in exploring the capabilities of LASIK and other LaserVision Correction technologies as well as the Visian ICL, please contact us at your earliest convenience in order to schedule a no obligation, no cost screening and consultation.
Intense Pulsed Light (IPL) Therapy, a common dermatology treatment that is used to treat rosacea, sun damage, and acne scars, is now available to help treat chronic dry eye and Meibomian Gland Dysfunction of the eyelids. IPL Therapy for dry eye is one of the most advanced approaches to treating dry eye disease at New England Eye Center.