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About Vision and Ortho-K Center

 

Welcome to Vision and Ortho-K Center

For more than 30 years, Curtis Frank, OD, has been providing exceptional optometry care for patients of all ages in Boston, Massachusetts. At his practice, Vision and Ortho-K Center, Dr. Frank takes a holistic approach to vision care and eye health for men, women, and children. As one of the region’s leading specialists in the area of orthokeratology, also called ortho-K, Dr. Frank offers this nonsurgical treatment to improve vision for both children and adults with myopia (nearsightedness).
Dr. Frank graduated from Michigan State University in East Lansing, Michigan, with a bachelor’s degree. He then attended the New England College of Optometry in Boston, Massachusetts, where he earned his Doctorate of Optometry. Today, Dr. Frank is an adjunct faculty member of the New England College of Optometry where he mentors the next generation of optometrists.
Professionally speaking, Dr. Frank is a member of the American Academy of Orthokeratology, the American Optometric Association, and the Massachusetts Society of Optometrists.
Dr. Frank and his team are highly skilled in all aspects of optometry and are committed to delivering outstanding eye care using the most advanced technologies and treatments. With the latest vision and eye health screening protocols, automated testing equipment, and retinal cameras, families in Boston and the surrounding areas, receive state-of-the-art eye care in a warm, friendly environment.

 

 

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