The Optometric Center specializes in contact lenses and orthokeratology. Orthokeratology is the science of designing and fitting contact lenses to be worn at night to mold the front surface of the eyes to eliminate the need for daytime eyeglasses or contact lenses and to retard the development of nearsightedness in children. Orthokeratology has been around for a long time but has only recently been deemed both safe and effective. Dr. Sherburne cares for daytime contact lens wearers as well as ortho-k patients, and we provide replacement contact lenses at competitive rates. The Optometric Center also provides general vision care and eyeglass prescriptions and eyeglasses.
Years In Practice47
EducationBatchelor of Arts in biology from Boston University in 1969. Doctor of Optometry from Massachusetts College of Optometry (now, New England College of Optometry) in 1973. Two years of duty as Base Optometrist in United States Air Force, followed by 28 years in Massachusetts Air National Guard, retiring in 2007 as full Colonel. 35 years in privatepractice in Lexington, Massachusetts.
CertificationCertified and licensed at the highest level available in Massachusetts.
ServicesAlbert Sherburne, O.D. practices in Lexington, MA. Optometrists offer services which typically include the examination and treatment of common vision disorders as well as the fitting and prescription of corrective eye glasses.
If you experience a change in vision, such as eye pain, blurred vision, persistent eye strain or redness, you should consult an Optometrist.
To determine if Albert Sherburne, O.D. can help you, please call the Lexington, MA office at (781) 863-8833 for more information.
This doctor was so condescending. I've never experienced such arrogance and I'm not surprised that he's been in business so long and is accepting new patients -- I will not return! And I ended up having to go to another eye doctor (six months later with the same complaint) because he missed a pretty big problem with my eyes by not performing a complete exam (eyelids should have been examined) -- instead he told me to change my soap. Interesting thought, but, really, not actually an issue once prescribed appropriate eye drops.
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