It is easy to schedule an appointment with Dr. Raizman or one of his associates. Just
call 617-314-2614 for Boston appointments or 508-534-6082 for Cape Cod appointments. simply click here to schedule your appointment online. It is important to have regularly
scheduled eye exams. We recommend the following schedule to maintain optimal eye health. We are committed to excellence in eye care and we welcome the opportunity to
Age or Eye Condition
Healthy adults (up to age 65) without vision problems
Every 3 years
If you wear corrective glasses, contacts or have eye disease such as glaucoma or diabetes
Over age 65
Your Eye Exam
Once you arrive at our office, please check-in at the registration desk. You will be given a packet of materials to complete in our reception area. A certified ophthalmic technician
will greet you and initiate your eye evaluation. The technician will review your ocular, medical and family history, evaluate your vision and take special eye measurements.
Dr. Raizman will then examine your eyes and review your initial evaluation findings. Depending on his findings and your special needs, further testing may be performed.
Most new patients can expect to spend three hours in our office for an initial visit. Special consultations may require more time. Please let us know if there is anything special we
can do prior to your arrival to make your visit more productive.
Referring Doctor Follow-up
If another doctor referred you to our office, Dr. Raizman will send your doctor a consultation letter detailing his examination findings and recommended treatment plan.
Prior to your departure, you will see our health insurance staff. We participate in most local, regional and national health insurance plans. Our fees are similar to those established
throughout New England. Payment is expected at the time of service and we will assist you in processing your insurance claims. If your insurance requires a referral from your
primary care physician, it is essential that you obtain this prior to your appointment and bring it with you on the day of your examination.
If necessary, a return appointment will be scheduled for you prior to your departure. All annual and bi-annual visits are scheduled by mail.