Suzanne K. Freitag, MD
Dr. Freitag is an Associate Professor of Ophthalmology at Harvard Medical School and Director of the Ophthalmic Plastic Surgery Service and Co-director of the Center for Thyroid Eye Disease and Orbital Surgery at Massachusetts Eye and Ear. She is the Program Director of an ophthalmic plastic surgery fellowship training program and is an internationally known educator and lecturer. An innovator in the field of orbital surgery, she has published more than 75 peer-reviewed articles and book chapters, as well as a textbook on imaging in ophthalmology. Dr Freitag’s practice focuses on diseases of the orbit, including tumors, vascular malformations and thyroid eye disease. She hosts a thyroid eye disease patient support group at Mass. Eye and Ear and was the Symposium Director of a recent Graves’ Disease and Thyroid Foundation regional patient forum.
Daniel R. Lefebvre, MD
Areas of expertise: Graves' disease/thyroid eye disease and orbital decompression surgery, tearing and endoscopic tear duct surgery (DCR), cosmetic eyelid surgery, eye trauma (including eye socket fractures,) eyelid and orbital cancer (including post-Mohs reconstruction)
N. Grace Lee, MD
Areas of expertise: Ophthalmic plastic surgery with specialized expertise in Asian eyelid surgery, ocular oncology, ophthalmic pathology
Michael K Yoon, MD
Areas of expertise: Orbital tumors and inflammation, traumatic lacerations and fractures, and reconstructive and cosmetic eyelid surgery
Dean M. Cestari, MD
Dr. Cestari is an Assistant Professor of Ophthalmology at Harvard Medical School, as well as Director of Ophthalmology Clinical Fellowship Training and Co-director of the Center for Thyroid Eye Disease and Orbital Surgery at Mass. Eye and Ear. He is one of only a handful of doctors in the country who is board-certified in both neurology and ophthalmology. Because Dr. Cestari understands the complicated interactions between the eye and the brain, he is able to provide care for patients with a wide variety of conditions, such as optic nerve disorders, misaligned eyes (strabismus), double vision, and increased pressure around the brain. Many patients come to him with double vision, and depending on the cause, he provides different treatments such as prism eyeglass lenses, Botox injections, and/or strabismus surgery. All surgeries are performed with the adjustable suture technique, which allows him to fine-tune the procedure while the patient is awake to ensure the double vision is eliminated and the eyes are aligned.
Benjamin S. Bleier, MD
Dr. Bleier is an Assistant Professor of Otolaryngology at Harvard Medical School and Co-director of the Center for Thyroid Eye Disease and Orbital Surgery at Mass. Eye and Ear. Dr. Bleier has helped to pioneer several new minimally invasive approaches for orbital tumors and has authored more than 80 peer-reviewed articles and book chapters, as well as two textbooks in the field of orbit- and sinus-related disease. He lectures both nationally and internationally on topics including the endoscopic management of orbit and skull base tumors, endoscopic dacyrocystorhinostomy, causes and treatments of sinusitis, and intranasal drug delivery techniques to the brain. Dr. Bleier holds five patents and has been recognized by the Michael J. Fox Foundation, Boston Magazine, Harvard Medicine Magazine, and The Scientist for his work
Stacey T. Gray, MD
Areas of expertise: Diseases of the nose and sinuses and endoscopic approaches to the skull base
Eric H. Holbrook, MD
Areas of expertise: Diseases of the nose and sinuses, endoscopic approaches to the skull base, smell and taste disorders.
Ahmad Sedaghat, MD, PhD
Areas of expertise: Inflammatory sinus diseases, including chronic rhinosinusitis
Ralph B. Metson, MD
Areas of expertise: Disorders of the nose and sinuses
Gregory Randolph, MD
Areas of expertise: Thyroid and parathyroid surgery (including thyroid cancer and thyroid revision surgeries)
William T. Curry, MD
Areas of expertise: Benign and cancerous tumors of the brain, spine, and spinal cord of the skull base and spine (including pituitary tumors, chordoma, and chondrosarcoma), neurofibromatosis, immunotherapy, minimally invasive endoscopic surgery
Kevin Emerick, MD
Areas of expertise: Head and neck cancer, advanced and high-risk cutaneous cancer, sentinel lymph node biopsy, microvascular reconstruction, pedicled flap reconstruction
Daniel Deschler, MD, FACS
Areas of expertise: Head and neck cancer surgery, including advanced cancers of the upper digestive tract, salivary gland diseases, microvascular reconstruction, and general head and neck reconstruction.
Derrick Lin, MD
Areas of expertise: Head and neck cancer (including oral cavity, oropharynx, sinus, larynx), cranial base surgery, microvascular reconstruction, thyroid and parathyroid disorders, skull base tumors, head and neck reconstruction, salivary gland tumors, robotic surgery.