Dr. Rose New Office
The new office is located in the Barlow Building on Wisconsin Avenue in Chevy Chase. Entrance to the Barlow parking garage is behind the building. There is also parking across the street.
The office address:
Dr. Shilpa Rose
Whitten Laser Eye
5454 Wisconsin Ave., NW
Chevy Chase, MD 20815
Dr. Mark Whitten Moves to Chevy Chase
Dr. Mark Whitten and Dr. Rose will continue as a team. They will continue to offer the latest technology and the most advanced techniques in vision correction, including:
- Raindrop Near Vision Inlay – for patients with presbyopia (near vision loss)
- LASIK – for patients who want life “glasses free”
- Cataract Surgery with the Symfony IOL – for the treatment of cataracts and presbyopia in certain patients
- Cataract Surgery
Dr. Whitten and Dr. Rose treated Washington’s first Raindrop patient, Jennifer Sokolsky, DDS and will continue to offer the latest and most technologically advanced vision correction treatments in the Washington, D.C. area.
Dr. Rose Dry Eye Expert
Dr. Rose is a leading expert and lecturer on the treatment of dry eye, especially in patients interested in vision correction procedures such as LASIK, the Raindrop Near Vision Inlay and cataract surgery.
Dry eye treatment is integral to the success of all vision correction procedures.
Dr. Rose will continue to offer initial vision correction consultations and support our patients with Dr. Whitten.
State of the Art Refractive Center
As with all Whitten Laser Eye centers, the new Chevy Chase location has our own excimer and femtosecond lasers. This allows us to provide our vision correction patients with the best combination of efficiency and convenience.
We are also one of the only centers to offer Lipiscan and Lipiflow for the diagnosis and treatment of dry eye syndrome.
Considering LASIK and/or the Raindrop Near Vision Inlay? Call us to make your appointment (301.825.5755).
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The material contained on this site is for informational purposes only and is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Always seek the advice of your physician or other qualified health care provider.
These are surgical procedures and results may vary. While infrequent, complications can occur. Before your procedure, you will read an Informed Consent document which discusses potential complications and risks. Dr. Whitten will thoroughly review this information with you and answer your questions.