Dr. Brittney Mazza, O.D. is an Assistant Clinical Professor at New England College of Optometry and Attending Optometrist at New England Eye Commonwealth. She specializes in primary care with an emphasis in contact lenses. In addition to direct patient care responsibilities, Dr. Mazza is a clinical preceptor to second, third and fourth year optometry students during their clinical rotations at New England Eye. She works with first year optometry students precepting at pediatric vision screenings coordinated with the Boston Public School system. She also enjoys working with second year optometry students as a contact lens laboratory instructor.
Dr. Mazza graduated with magna cum laude honors from the University of Connecticut in 2006 with a bachelor of science in psychology and minor in neuroscience. She then continued at the New England College of Optometry in Boston, MA to earn her Doctorate of Optometry degree in 2010. Upon graduation, Dr. Mazza went on to complete a year-long residency program at the New England College of Optometry specializing in Cornea and Contact Lenses. She joined New England Eye and NECO part-time upon the completion of her residency training. Dr. Mazza provides primary eye care and co-manages refractive surgery patients within the contact lens clinic. She especially enjoys fitting many types of contact lenses, including specialty designs. She has extensive experience with soft, rigid gas permeable, hybrid, multifocal, toric, aphakic and scleral lens designs with patients of all ages.
Dr. Mazza is a member of the Massachusetts Society of Optometrists and American Optometric Association. She has been an advisory committee member for the Gas Permeable Lens Institute since January 2014. She enjoys traveling, cooking, and spending time with her husband, family and friends.