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Boston LASIK Eye Surgery Expert Dr. Peter Rapoza Joins Select Group of Doctors in Trusted LASIK Surgeons Directory
Date:3/5/2009

With over 250 lectures at major eye meetings throughout the world, authorship of over 30 textbook chapters, and the publication of over 30 articles for major peer-reviewed eye journals, Dr. Rapoza has the respect of his peers, who often seek out his opinions concerning patient care in the field of refractive surgery. Dr. Rapoza has a special interest in performing reconstructive eye surgery procedures for patients that have experienced suboptimal outcomes with prior surgeries. In addition, Dr. Rapoza has an extensive record of providing medical care and education in eye care throughout the world with special ties to Africa, Asia and the Middle East.

Ophthalmic Consultants of Boston, one of the leading providers of eye care in the nation, offers comprehensive and premier patient care. Dr. Rapoza's refractive practice is located in the greater Boston area with offices in Boston, Beverly and Waltham. Patients from throughout New England, other parts of the United States and overseas consult Dr. Rapoza for their vision correction care. He treats patients with a variety of vision problems including nearsightedness (myopia), farsightedness (hyperopia), astigmatism (blurred vision), presbyopia, and cataracts. Ophthalmic Consultants of Boston uses the most modern equipment, including the IntraLase system for "All-Laser" or "Bladeless" LASIK and the Visx Star S4 Wavefront Based ("Custom") excimer laser for LASIK and PRK. Ophthalmic Consultants of Boston was one of the first centers to offer i-LASIK Diagnostic instrumentation includes the Pentacam and Visante systems. Dr. Rapoza provides a full range of refractive treatment options to patients beyond just LASIK and PRK, including lens implants, Intacs, limbal relaxing incisions, and cataract lens implants. Patients with complications from prior refractive surgery procedures performed by other eye doctors routinely come to him for corrective treatments. Given Dr. Rapoza's
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