Our surgeons perform the majority of surgical procedures at Surgisite Boston, a state-of-the-art ambulatory surgical center dedicated exclusively to eye surgery.
Surgisite Boston is a specialized surgical center with the most sophisticated equipment in the entire state of Massachusetts. The technology found at Surgisite exceeds the standards and requirements found in most hospitals in our area and has the most advanced technology in ophthalmic lasers. For your procedure, a team of highly skilled professionals will care for you before, during, and after surgery. Your Lexington Eye Associates Ophthalmic Surgeon will collaborate with Anesthesiologists who specialize in the administration of anesthesia and monitoring of patients during eye surgery. Operating room nurses are registered nurses who have additional technical training in ophthalmic surgery, assist during surgery and in pre-operative and post-operative areas. Working together, our surgical teams provide high quality eye care in a comfortable, safe, personal atmosphere. The typical stay for patients undergoing eye surgery is approximately 2 ½ hours.
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