Dr. Tatiana Lee-Chee is a board-certified ophthalmologist and fellow of the American Osteopathic Board of Ophthalmology, Head and Neck Surgery, specializing in Advanced Technology Cataract Surgery and Refractive Corneal Surgery.
Dr. Lee-Chee was one of the first physicians in South Florida to use Femtosecond Laser Cataract Technology when it was initially approved.
She is an expert in corneal transplantation both lamellar and full thickness. She specializes in the diseases and treatment of corneal pathology.
Dr. Lee-Chee is also fellowship trained in LASIK and all aspects of refractive surgery. Additionally she completed an Anterior Segment Pre-Residency Research Fellowship. She was one of the initial clinical investigators in many ophthalmic drugs that are currently use today for for conditions such as glaucoma.
Dr. Lee-Chee has been in private practice for over 15 years and has always provided specialized services in many cosmetic procedures such as surgery of the eyelids (blepharoplasty) as well as facial esthetics (Botox and fillers).
After completing medical school at Nova Southeastern University School of Medicine and then graduate school at Tulane University Medical Center School of Medicine where she completed her Ophthalmology Residency and two fellowships, she made South Florida her permanent residence.
Dr. Lee-Chee is an active Associate Professor of Ophthalmology at Nova Southeastern School of Medicine. She is also a Clinical Associate Professor at Larkin Medical Center where she teaches ophthalmology resident-physicians.
Dr. Lee-Chee also enjoys doing many outdoors activities with her husband, Camil, and her two boys, Julien and Gabriel. They love South Florida but they also love to travel.
She is proficient in Spanish and English.