Massachusetts Eye and Ear, Stoneham
Eye Care, ENT Care, Audiology
One Montvale Avenue
Stoneham, MA 02180
Ophthalmology (Eyes): 781-279-4418
Otolaryngology (Ear, Nose, Throat): 781-279-0971
Audiology (Hearing Loss): 781-279-0943
Ophthalmology (Eyes): Monday-Friday 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Otolaryngology (Ear, Nose, Throat): Monday-Friday 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Audiology (Hearing Loss): Monday-Friday 8:30 am - 5:00 pm
Mass. Eye and Ear, Stoneham is a full-service facility that offers ENT (Ear, Nose, Throat), Audiology (Hearing Loss), and Eye care.
Pediatric and Adult Ear, Nose, and Throat Care
Mass. Eye and Ear, Stoneham specialists diagnose and treat pediatric and adult conditions of the ears, nose and throat. The Stoneham office offers a wide range of service to adults and children including diagnosis and treatment of common problems such as chronic sinusitis, sleep apnea (snoring), tonsil and adenoid disorders, chronic ear infections, as well as thyroid and parathyroid disorders and head and neck masses. Common ENT services for children and adults including hearing loss, medical treatment of nose and sinus disease, voice disorders, speech and swallowing problems, as well as all common otologic (ear) problems including balance disorders.
Mass. Eye and Ear's audiology services in Stoneham, MA provides comprehensive, state-of-the-art hearing health care to people of all ages, infants to adults, including fitting hearing aids. Every case is unique – every situation demands careful evaluation and application of the most appropriate technology. Mass. Eye and Ear has the expertise, training and experience needed to help you make the right decisions, choosing the right tools – simple or complex – and providing advanced training, rehabilitation and education to make each treatment choice as effective as possible.
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Ophthalmology (Eye Care)
Our optometry team provides routine eye care, as well as prescriptions for glasses and contact lenses. With extensive knowledge of contact lens fitting methods, techniques, and the newest available lens modalities, our optometrists can expertly assess and prescribe contact lenses for many specialty uses, including: astigmatism, bifocal, color enhancement, dry eyes, color deficiency, prosthetic, post-surgical and post-trauma, and keratoconus and corneal irregularities.
Our primary eye care physicians provide a full spectrum of integrated patient care, from routine eye care and screenings for systemic diseases like diabetes, to the management of complex ophthalmic diseases such as cataracts and glaucoma.
Our cornea specialists offer care to patients with corneal, eye surface and refractive disorders, and perform diagnostic testing and treatment of a wide variety of corneal conditions. We have developed programs to treat complicated cataracts, dry eye and corneal scarring caused by infection and corneal degenerations.
We utilize the latest technology and resources to diagnose, treat and manage glaucoma disease. We are highly experienced in performing the latest surgical procedures, which offer patients shorter recovery times and a lowered risk of complications.
Our physicians provide evaluation, diagnosis and treatment for the full range of eye conditions that affect children, and for eye misalignment problems in children and adults.
Uveitis Service provides diagnostic and therapeutic care to patients with inflammatory eye disease. Patients are referred to our specialists for surgical and medical treatment of infectious and immunologic ocular disorders.
Specialists in our Ophthalmic Plastic Surgery Service have in-depth expertise in reconstructive and cosmetic eyelid surgery, laser surgery, treatment of orbital tumors and inflammations (such as thyroid eye disease), removal of eyes (enucleation), and treatment for traumatic lacerations and fractures.
Mass. Eye and Ear is home to the world's first retina service, which was established in 1949 by HMS retinal pioneer and innovator, Charles L. Schepens, MD. Today, specialists in the Retina Service continue to provide exceptional care for patients with diseases of the retina, which include diabetic retinopathy and age-related macular degeneration (two of the leading causes of vision loss in the U.S. adult population). Our retina specialists also care for eye problems that result from retinal detachment, post cataract complications, and eye trauma. Additionally, specialists in the Service screen and care for intraocular tumors and inherited eye diseases in both children and adults.
Mass. Eye and Ear, Stoneham is affiliated with the following surrounding hospitals:
Massachusetts Eye and Ear