About OCC

About Us

Ophthalmic Consultants of Connecticut (OCC) is staffed with extremely qualified eye surgeons and support staff, all of who are dedicated to providing the most advanced eye care available today. Through research, leading-edge technology and education, OCC remains at the forefront of the latest developments in vision care and the latest treatments of a range of ocular diseases and conditions.

At OCC, our highest priority is the patient. In addition to the highest quality of personalized care, we treat each individual and their families with respect, compassion and dignity.

We serve patients throughout Connecticut, including Fairfield, Stamford and Meriden. Please peruse the pages of this website to learn more about our practice, our level of care and, of course, our nationally recognized eye surgeons who are here to help you maintain your best vision and eye health.

To schedule an eye exam or a vision correction consultation at one of our locations, please contact us today.

Ophthalmic Consultants of Connecticut (OCC) is proud to announce that Dr. Robert J. Noecker has joined our practice. Dr. Noecker is a premier eye surgeon who specializes in medical, laser and surgical treatment of glaucoma and cataracts. With impressive credentials, years of experience and dedication to the highest quality of care, Dr. Noecker is pleased to join our team of some of the finest medical professionals in the state. Together, our doctors and staff are here to serve all your vision correction and eye care needs using the latest technology and the most advanced treatments available in the nation and the world.

OCC Obtains the Latest LenSx Laser

Committed to providing our vision correction patients with the latest available technology, OCC has acquired yet another revolutionary cataract surgery system called the LenSx Laser. This computer-guided laser enables our doctors to perform laser cataract surgery, an even safer and more precise procedure that enhances your vision correction results and greatly reduces the possibility of complications associated with less advanced surgical devices.

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