A LETTER TO MY COLLEAGUES
For over 25 years, I have had the honor, privilege and pleasure of working with you and many other fine doctors. You have trusted me to share in the care of your wonderful patients, family, friends and often yourselves. It has been a true honor to work with you to transform patients’ lives by improving their vision.
As medicine has become more specialized, so has my practice. I have decided that the best way for me to serve our community is to limit my practice to laser vision correction, ICLs for nearsightedness and the treatment of keratoconus and ectasia by advanced corneal cross-linking. This is why I no longer perform cataract surgery, corneal transplants or routine eye care.
I am proud to run my own specialized surgical practice from two locations just minutes from the Beltway in both Maryland and Virginia. Re:Vision – Roy Rubinfeld, MD allows us to work more closely together to meet our patients’ needs and schedules. I look forward to continuing to meet and care for your patients, friends and family considering laser vision correction, ICLs for nearsightedness or keratoconus treatment. As always, I promise to offer them the compassionate, considerate care you have come to expect and deserve.
To schedule a patient for a LASIK evaluation with us, please call our main line at: 301-908-8091. To arrange co-management for mutual LASIK patients, please call our Practice Manager, Stephanie Merritt at (240) 204-4442. I look forward to speaking with you soon and seeing you at upcoming Re:Vision Educational Events.
CONTINUING EDUCATION & NETWORKING EVENTS
Re:Vision - Roy Rubinfeld, MD provides continuing education throughout the year. Should you like to join us, please register for our email list by clicking the button below and we will email you invitations for upcoming events.
In addition to educational events and networking meetings, Dr. Roy Rubinfeld offers opportunities for doctors to visit, observe procedures, and/or discuss pre and post-operative care. Opportunities are limited so please check availability through our Office Manager, Stephanie Merritt by emailing or calling her at (301) 908-8091.
INFORMATION & DOCUMENTS
We have uploaded informational forms and selected publications and lecture materials by Dr. Rubinfeld below for the convenience of our colleagues and referring doctors.
DOCUMENTS & PUBLISHED WORKS
- How Safe Can LASIK Become?
- Screening of Refractive Surgery Candidates for LASIK and PRK
- LASIK Combined with Corneal Cross-Linking in Eyes with Potentially Elevated Risk of Corneal Ecstacia
- Combining CXL and CK
- One Surgeon’s Impressions After Two Years of Cross-linking Experience
- Cross-linking Round Table Part 2 Epi-on vs. Epi-off and Measures of Success
- Cross-Linking Round Table Part 1 Controversies Techniques and Treatment Decisions
- Learning Process Ongoing for Corneal Collagen Cross-Linking
- Applications Advances in Cross-Linking Offer Treatment Opportunities for Variety of Patients
- Researchers Attempt to Progress Cross-Linking in the US
- Peripheral Sterile Corneal Infiltrates and Melting After Collagen Crosslinking for Keratoconus
- Transepithelial CXL is Gaining Ground
- Patient Example
- Corneoplastics Emerging as the Newest Frontier...
- UVA-light and Riboflavin-mediated Corneal Collagen Cross-linking
- Epithelial-on Crosslinking Shows Promise
- Epi-On or Epi-Off Only Time Will Tell
- Washington Post-Preparation for Surgery Revealed Cause of Deteriorating Eyesight
- Cross-Linking: Asking the Tough Questions
- iSite Newsletter 2011
- The Promise of Corneal Collagen Cross-Linking
- The Future of Corneal Cross-Linking
- Answering Your Patients’ Questions About Cross-Linking
- High Astigmatism After PKP
Non-invasive corneal collagen cross-linking is an investigational procedure in the US, and the medical device associated with this procedure is limited by Federal law to investigational use.