Meet Dr. Barish
Corneal Specialist General Ophthalmology, Specializing in Laser-Assisted Cataract Surgery
Dr. Wayne Barish is a board-certified ophthalmologist and cornea specialist at Palm Beach Eye Center. Dr. Barish attended New York University, Binghamton University, and completed his pre-residency fellowship at Tufts, and later, a cornea and refractive fellowship under the supervision of Dr. James Aquavella, a world-renowned ophthalmology specialist. He is known for using the latest techniques and state-of-the-art technologies to complete laser-assisted cataract surgery and bladeless LASIK and refractive surgery.
Dr. Barish has a variety of expertise, including:
- Dry eye disease
- Difficult contact lens fittings
- Rare corneal disorders
- Disease of the eye
He further specializes in unique treatments of dry eyes, including Lipiflow and Autologous Serum.
"Dr. Wayne Barish, my wonderful eye doctor, who actually looks at me when explains what is happening with my sight. He is treating me for a chronic dry eye condition very successfully. He managed to get rid of my irritation, and my eyesight is better since I started following his orders. I am recommending Dr. Barish to everyone. He is the best."
"Five Stars - Dr. Barish had his hands full with me! I had never seen an Eye Dr. before and came in as an emergency. I was extremely squeamish and in a lot of pain. Dr. Barish was fantastic with me and got me on the mend. I highly recommend him."
"Five Stars - The office staff was so friendly and helpful, front desk was very busy but still spoke to me about my insurance and helped me get a referral. Doctor Wallshein was kind and gave me artificial tears and samples which helped my budget!"
"Great Doctor - Dr. Barish is always interested in his patients and is very caring. Great doctor."
"Review - I purchase glasses from the office of Dr. Wayne Barish in Atlantis, FL around 2 years ago. Recently the glasses broke and I took them back to Debbie in their office. She said that she would not fix them for free. I told her that I bought the glassed from her and she told me that they were almost indestructible. I paid around $600 for the glasses which I thought were exorbitant. She said it would cost $100 to fix them and I thought I would just buy another pair of glasses from Wal-Mart for $100 where they will fix them for an unlimited time for free. I was also disappointed that when I got the glassed they were only partially darkened when I went into sunlight. Take it from me save some money and trouble and buy your glasses from somebody else. Finally it was the arm that broke and would cost $100 to fix and I thought the other arm would break and it would cost me another $100. No way!"