NVISION Eye Center
Dr. Matthew Feng is board-certified and has a high level of training and expertise in complex corneal procedures. Dr. Feng also has a warm, engaging personality that helps put patients at ease. He is dedicated to providing an exceptional level of care, not just for the eyes, but for the whole patient.
More About the Surgeon
Dr. Feng graduated magna cum laude from Harvard and earned the prestigious honor of being selected as a Dean’s Merit Scholar at the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine. He was co-chief resident at the University of Arizona, where he discovered his interests in cornea, cataract, glaucoma, and LASIK surgery. He completed his cornea fellowship training here at Price Vision Group, after which the practice was eager to bring him on board as a cornea specialist.
Dr. Feng has published multiple peer-reviewed journal articles, textbook chapters, and surgical videos. He serves as a peer reviewer for several journals and is an assistant editor for the Digital Manual of Ophthalmic Surgery and Theory. He has spoken at numerous national and international conferences, where his work has received coverage in magazines such as Ophthalmology Times and Euro Times. He has earned numerous awards, honors, and distinctions, including:
- Newsweek Top Ophthalmologist Award, 2022
- American Academy of Ophthalmology Secretariat Award, 2022
- Newsweek Top Ophthalmologist Award, 2021
- American Academy of Ophthalmology Achievement Award, 2019
- Richard Lindstrom Research Grant Award, 2019
- One to Watch, MillennialEYE, 2016
- America’s Best Physician, National Consumer Research Board, 2015
- Best Paper of Session, American Society of Cataract and Refractive Surgery, 2013
Dr. Feng performs all surgeries involving the anterior segment, or front part of the eye, including but not limited to: DMEK, DSAEK, DALK, and PK transplants; cataract surgery with implantation of light adjustable lenses, astigmatism-correcting lenses, and advanced technology presbyopia-correcting lenses; LASIK and PRK laser corrective surgery for nearsightedness, farsightedness, and astigmatism; keratectomies with and without amniotic membrane grafts; lasers for secondary cataracts and select floaters; and corneal cross-linking for keratoconus and other corneal ectasia.