Meet Dr. Fantoni
Dr. Fantoni is a primary care optometrist at Koch Eye Associates. She is a member of the Rhode Island Optometric Association and the American Optometric Association. She grew up in Medway, MA and currently resides in Charlestown, RI with her husband, Chris, and their boxer, Rocky. She has strong ties to Block Island, RI, having summered there for many years. When she is not working, she enjoys golfing and is an avid New England sports fan.
Areas of Expertise
Dr. Fantoni sees patients of all ages. She performs both comprehensive and routine refractive eye exams and is trained to detect and manage a wide range of eye disorders and diseases. She also sees patients to prescribe eyeglasses and contact lenses.
Dr. Fantoni completed her undergraduate work at Fairfield University in Fairfield, CT. She graduated with honors with a bachelor’s degree in biology and a minor in psychology. She then attended the New England College of Optometry in Boston where she earned her doctor of optometry degree. While at the New England College of Optometry, Dr. Fantoni was a member of Beta Sigma Kappa, which is the optometric academic honor society.
"Excellent service from the entire team here, front desk/reception, scheduling, contacts, physicians, PAs, etc. Fantastic patient care from Dr. Burns and Dr. Fantoni. Highest safety care standards in place. I felt safe, well cared-for and valued as a patient."
"Fantastic patient care from Dr. Fantoni. Highest safety care standards in place. I felt safe, well cared-for and valued as a patient. Thorough exam, friendly, supportive and patient."
"The office staff is very friendly. They are able to schedule back-to-back appointments for myself and my kids. Dr. Burns and Dr. Fantoni are great. I never feel rushed and they take the time to answer my questions in detail."
"My son and I see Dr. Fantoni. I love the way she is friendly and down to business. She answers all our questions. I think we have been seeing her for about 15 years!"
"Great experience. Dr. Fantoni was wonderful. The whole process was very efficient."