Dry Eye Clinic

Dry eye can be caused by a multitude of factors such as deficiency in the tear film. The tear film is a layer that lubricates the outer portion of the eye known as the cornea. The tear film provides comfort and clarity in vision. The tear film consists of 3 layers which are the mucin layer, aqueous layer and lipid layer. The mucin layer is the closest in proximity to the cornea followed by the aqueous layer which is then protected by the lipid layer. Disruption in any layer can lead to dry eye symptoms.

Glaucoma Management

Glaucoma is a disease that damages the optic nerve, and can lead to vision loss if left untreated. In early stages, patients often have none- to- minimal symptoms, which makes it vital to have yearly comprehensive eye examinations to be screened for glaucoma.

At Harvard Square Eye Care, we have the latest technology in diagnosing and managing glaucoma, including the Optical Coherence Tomography (OCT) and Visual Field testing machines. Our certified Glaucoma specialists are able to detect early signs of glaucoma, and provide treatment to prevent optic nerve damage and thus prevent vision loss.

Diagnoses and Treatment

All of our optometrists on staff are trained to diagnose and treat eye disease. Common problems such as dry eye, red eyes (pink eye), keratoconus, bacterial conjunctivitis, allergies, and contact lens discomfort, can be relieved and our experienced doctors will take the time and care to ensure your optimal eye health. Our doctors regularly see patients with symptoms such as flashing lights, floaters, or other visual changes that can occur due to a variety of eye health issues.

Our optometrists diagnose glaucoma, cataracts, age-related macular degeneration (ARMD), retinal holes, and retinal tears. We also view systemic disease such as diabetes, hypertension or other systemic diseases. Our optometrists have a comprehensive role in the eye health of our patients.

Our optometrists diagnose glaucoma, cataracts, age-related macular degeneration (ARMD), retinal holes, and retinal tears. We also can view diabetes, hypertension or other systemic diseases. Our optometrist’s role in the eye health of our patients is the full scope and you can come to see us for all eye problems.

What our clients say

Don’t just take our word for it. Look at what our clients have to say about us!

The staff at Harvard Square Eye Care are very kind, helpful and knowledgeable. The eye doctor is great with the eye visit and answering any questions you have!

Ericka Scott

I had my routine eye exam here. The front desk staff are very attentive, and they do well with covid-19 protocols. Doctor Cuomo was super thorough during my eye exam and answered all my questions. Such a sweet & personable healthcare professional, highly recommend.

Katherine Nguyen

I have never been to a place with kinder and more courteous staff. Everyone from the folks at the front desk (who were endlessly helpful and patient) to the optometrist (who was simply amazing at his job) were exceedingly nice and professional. I truly cannot recommend a placer more highly!

Allison Bilski

Treatments and Services

Eye Care

Myopia Control

Myopia, or near-sightedness, is a condition in which the eye is too long to focus distance images clearly.

Comprehensive Care

Eye Exams

Patients often do not know there is an eye problem! When these diseases are caught early, it helps to prevent vision loss!

High Tech Care

Retinal Fundus

Early detection is vital! There is a technology called digital retinal imaging which can replace the need for dilation.

Pediatric Care


Regular eye exams are a crucial component of health care in young children that often is not given the attention it demands.

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