Specializing in the treatment of corneal disease and other corneal irregularities, Dr. Lee Raykovicz is an expert in the fitting and management of specialty contact lenses. He also focuses on primary eye care, diabetic exams, glaucoma, keratoconus, and dry eye disease.
After earning his doctorate of optometry from the New England College of Optometry in Boston, Massachusetts, he then completed his optometry residency in cornea and contact lenses from the State University of New York College of Optometry. Subsequently, he joined the renowned Wilmer Eye Institute at John Hopkins Hospital where he was a faculty member of Johns Hopkins Medical School and Director of Contact Lenses in the Cornea and Refractive Surgery Department. Dr. Raykovicz earned a certificate in the Business of Medicine from the John Hopkins School of Medicine’s School of Professional Studies in Business and Education.
Prior experience includes serving as the Director of Clinical Relations for Rapid Pathogen Screening, a point-of-care eye medical device company. Dr. Raykovicz has also authored several publications and lectured extensively on adenoviral conjunctivitis; cosmetic and therapeutic contact lenses; and, keratoconus and corneal hydrops. Topics have included “Clear Corneal Cataract Extraction,” “Bifocal IOLs, a Comparison,” and “Acute Conjunctivitis.”
Dr. Raykovicz is a member of the Piedmont Optometric Society.
Active in sports, Dr. Raykovicz enjoys playing softball and coaching his two children in baseball, basketball, and football. He, his wife, who is also an eye doctor, and children live in Union County.