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Dr. Richard Solomon OD

Dr. Richard Solomon OD

Dr. Richard S. Solomon graduated with honors from the University of Maryland in 1981 with a Bachelor of Science degree in biology. He went on to receive his Doctorate of Optometry degree from the Pennsylvania College of Optometry in 1985. 

Dr. Solomon has been engaged in full time active practice for 30 years with special interest and emphasis in specialty contact lens fitting, refractive surgical co-management of LASIK, PRK and CK and primary medical eye care. Among his accomplishments of the past 30 years, Dr. Solomon has acted as a clinical investigator for three of the major contact lens manufacturers. 

He served four years as the chairman of the Virginia advisory board for TLC Laser Eye Centers and served on TLC's Maryland advisory board for an additional four years. With a Therapeutic Optometric license in Maryland, Dr. Solomon treats many common medical eye conditions including dry eyes, allergic eye disease, infections, inflammatory eye conditions, foreign body removal, etc. 

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Dr. Lance McNaughton OD

Dr. Lance McNaughton OD

Dr. Lance McNaughton graduated from the University of Alberta in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada in 2000 with a PhD in pharmacology. He then went on to receive his doctorate of optometry degree from New England College of Optometry in 2003.
Following a year of practicing eye care and teaching pharmacology in Madrid, Spain, Dr. McNaughton moved to the US where he soon took on the role of inaugural assistant professor at Western University of Health Sciences in Pomona, California. After 10 years of teaching at Western University, he moved to the East Coast to take on a full-time faculty role at his alma mater in Boston, the New England College of Optometry.  After several years in Boston, Dr. McNaughton transitioned into a part-time adjunct faculty role to serve as instructor of record in pharmacology.
Throughout his tenure in academia, Dr. McNaughton developed a broad range of experience in specialty contact lens fitting.  Moreover, his fluency in Spanish has proven to be a great asset in the clinic.  Owing to his long standing role as an educator, Dr. McNaughton enjoys offering an educational perspective to many complex aspects of ocular disease and therapy.

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