Dr. Lauren LaPaglia, O.D. grew up in Wallingford, Connecticut and received her Bachelor's Degree in Zoology from Connecticut College.  She attended The New England College of Optometry in Boston and graduated with honors, as a member of the Beta Sigma Kappa International Optometric Honor Society.  She was awarded the 2005 New England College of Optometry Award for overall clinical excellence.

Dr. LaPaglia completed her residency in primary care and ocular disease at the Veterans Administration Hospital in Newington, Connecticut.  During this time, she published cases on diabetes and double vision at the American Academy of Optometry.  Additionally, she completed internships at the Dorchester House Community Health Center eye clinic, the Hanscom Air Force Base optometry clinic, and a pediatric/vision therapy practice in Southport, Connecticut.

With such a diverse background in optometry, Dr. LaPaglia loves primary care.  She enjoys examining all members of the family and fitting contact lenses.  She believes in the importance of full comprehensive exams on all children before starting school and strives to ensure their entire visual system is ready for learning.  Dr. LaPaglia also has a special interest in nutrition as a way to prevent eye disease and treat dry eye.

Dr. LaPaglia is a member of the Massachusetts Society of Optometry and the American Optometric Association.  She participated in OneSight missions to Ecuador and Paraguay to bring vision clinics to areas without adequate access to eyecare.  Dr. LaPaglia is honored provide care to the local community.  She resides in Ashland with her husband, Scott, daughter, Alivia, and son, Noah.  She is active in the MOMS Club of Ashland and enjoys Italian cooking and travel with family.

Dr. LaPaglia provides patient care at Holliston Vision Center on Tuesdays and Thursdays.  

Our Doctors of Optometry 

Holliston Vision Center

841 Washington Street, Holliston, MA 01746

Dr. Roselyn Jeun, O.D. received her Optometry degree from the New England College of Optometry (NECO) in Boston.  She completed a residency degree in Contact Lens and Ocular Surface Disease at NECO and worked at both the Contact Lens Department and Refractive Surgery Services at the Massachusetts Eye and Ear Infirmary in Boston.  This background gives Dr. Jeun experience in fitting specialized contact lenses on “hard-to-fit” eyes, such as irregular corneas due to keratoconus and post-corneal transplant.  She has many happy patients wearing astigmatism correcting contact lenses, multifocal contacts, scleral lenses and Paragon CRT corneal refractive therapy lenses (orthokeratology).  She is also available for co-management for laser vision correction and cataract surgery with local ophthalmologists.  

Dr. Jeun grew up in Canada and speaks Cantonese Chinese.  She lives in Hopkinton with her husband and they have two boys, three chickens and two cats.  She craves dark chocolate on most days, enjoys knitting/crocheting, likes to play the piano for fun and appreciates a witty sense of humour.  Her husband, Dr. Steven Perryman, O.D., sees patients at Hopkinton Vision Center.  

Dr. Jeun is the owner of Holliston Vision Center and provides patient care on Monday, Wednesday and Friday.