Ophthalmology in The Greater Boston Area

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Board Certified Ophthalmologists in Boston, MA

Welcome to North Suburban Eye Associates! With offices in Wakefield,, Waltham, and Winchester, MA, our eye care practice is dedicated to excellence in ophthalmology, providing services to the greater Boston area. These services include cataract surgery, LASIK eye surgery, glaucoma treatment, retina eye care, and even pediatric ophthalmology focusing on children’s vision.

Our practice is led by Board Certified Ophthalmologists C. Douglas Evans, M.D., Kimberly Mooney-McNulty, M.D., and Charles Barsam, M.D. Our staff is not only vastly experienced but also well organized to handle a complete range of vision-related problems. If you are located in the North Suburban Boston area and are seeking excellent ophthalmologists you will find this at North Suburban Eye Associates.

Whether your eye care needs are routine or complex, we invite you to call us today at 781-245-5200 to schedule a consultation. Our practice adheres to the highest standards of quality and a firm commitment to our patients. Our goal is to educate each patient and to ensure you make informed decisions regarding your eye care.

Patient Reviews

I am only speaking of my experience with my first appointment at NSEA.  The staff was pleasant and doctor and assistant were great.  I had a 5-10 minute wait when I arrived and was greeted by the friendly lady at the front desk who had no issue with me forgetting to fill out my pre-registration ...read more
I have seen Dr Mooney-McNulty every 6 months for many years. Office is always on time, staff very pleasant and efficient. Doctor is pleasant and thorough.

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Eye Care in Boston

North Suburban Eye Associates is a comprehensive ophthalmology practice located in the near northern suburbs of Boston, with offices in Wakefield and Winchester. We are available for consultation and routine eyecare and provide a range of services, from sophisticated intraocular surgery and laser treatment to adult and pediatric eye examinations.

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Vision care is far more involved than you may imagine. The proper diagnosis of any eye condition is the basis for successful treatment. Our eye care services include comprehensive eye exams that observe the important structures in the eye, and the latest treatment options for eye diseases.

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4 steps to cataract surgery

>> Step One: Get Educated!

Traditional cataract surgery and refractive cataract surgery

>> Step Two: Learn About Lens Implant Options

Your North Suburban surgeon will discuss your options and help you choose the IOL that best fits your individual needs and lifestyle.

>> Step Three: Discuss Astigmatism

Cataract patients with astigmatism now have options that can address both eye conditions at once.

>> Step Four: Cataract Surgery

It is usually recommended that cataracts be removed at the point where visual impairment interferes with the daily activities of living, such as driving a car or reading.

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