New England College of Optometry
Prior to optometry school Brenda Cronin taught Biology classes in a program for gifted elementary school children and in a secondary school program. She also worked in a neuroscience lab.
Dr. Cronin graduated from the New England College of Optometry in 1987 with honors in Beta Sigma Kappa. She practiced as a primary care optometrist and continued her interests in science education by serving as a Biology instructor in a community college program.
Now at Lexington Eye Associates, Dr. Cronin enjoys working with a wide range of patients interested in contact lenses, from children learning how to use contacts for the first time to adults being fit with multifocal contact lenses.
Most of our physicians have sub-specialty fellowship training in pediatric ophthalmology, glaucoma, retinal disease and surgery, oculoplastics and cosmetics, and corneal and refractive surgery.Leading Multi-Specialty Eye Care
With the latest advances, having clear vision at only one distance is no longer the only option.Premium Lens Implant Technology
Lexington Eye Associates has the most advanced diagnostic tools available to help to determine whether or not a patient has glaucoma, to assess the type of glaucoma that is present, and also to monitor the disease over time.Cutting-Edge Glaucoma Treatment
We offer patients in Massachusetts the most advanced diagnostic equipment. Our fellowship trained retina specialists are skilled in the state-of-the-art treatments that are preventing vision loss.Advances in Macular Degeneration
Advanced technology now allow for minimally invasive surgery by targeting disease and performing partial thickness transplantation, such as DSAEK surgery.The Latest in Corneal Transplants
Our pediatric ophthalmologists are the most highly skilled specialists in Massachusetts for treatment of Lazy Eye, Amblyopia and other related eye disorders.Current Therapy for Lazy Eye