Though Laser Eye Center has been around since 1986, its technology is nothing less than modern. Treatment rooms at the five surgery centers boast Allegretto Wave and IntraLase FS Laser systems, developed to reduce near and farsightedness, as well as astigmatisms and blinks stuck mid-morse code. But just as important as the technology are the surgeons, who have completed extensive training to pilot these systems and perform other sight-bolstering treatments. It's these factors that have helped surgeons, both past and present, perform over 200,000 vision-correction procedures.
Since 1974, countless men, women and children have relied on our team to care for the health of their skin. Our Center offers the most advanced procedures designed to erase the signs of aging, reshape the contours of the face and body while treating skin conditions and diseases.
Dr. Mike Lenhardt’s love for helping people led him to find his calling as an optometrist. Out of his self-named clinic, he personally oversees everything from routine checkups to vision therapy to low-vision evaluations. He supervises a staff that includes an optical and medical technician who guides patients as they choose the right pair of contacts, glasses, or night-vision goggles. The clinic’s extensive stock of frames includes designs from Vera Wang, Gucci, Nautica, Maui Jim, Fendi, and Coach.
Since 1997, board-certified ophthalmologist Dr. Ferzaad Moosa has performed more than 60,000 LASIK procedures, gaining a level of expertise that inspired Top 10 LASIK to name him one of California's 10 best surgeons. After receiving his MD from Harvard Medical School, the doctor served an internship in Internal Medicine at UCLA and completed a three-year residency at the esteemed Doheny Eye Institute.
Dr. Moosa corrects nearsightedness and farsightedness with increasingly advanced laser systems, employing wavefront-optimized technology to automatically compensate for the curvature of the cornea while reducing negative side effects such as poor night vision or spontaneous disco-ball mirages. The machine also tracks the position of the eye 200 times every second, instantly pausing if it moves out of range.