Patient oriented lasik surgery with emphasis on safety.Dr. Khanna is Board certified by the American Board of Ophthalmology and fellowship trained in LASIK, corneal and refractive surgery at University of Cincinnati. Dr.khanna has been practicing for over a decade and performed thousands of vision correction procedures.
Ophthalmologic accomplishments and accolades abound on Dr. Paul Nazemi's CV. During his journey to become a board-certified fellow of the American Board of Ophthalmology, he studied at USC's Doheny Eye Institute and by the side of a world-renowned oculoplastic surgeon. He's presented lectures, published articles, and researched faster ways to diagnose eye diseases, such as 3D testing and running everywhere. In addition to performing eyelid lifts, treating conditions such as cataracts, dry eyes, and eye injuries, and detecting and managing glaucoma at Thousand Oaks Eye Center, he's also a clinical instructor in the USC Department of Ophthalmology.
Experienced optometrist Dr. Sol Regwan cures ocular maladies and pinpoints prescriptions at FY Eye Optometry Center. Designer frames from Dior, Prada, Chanel, and Oliver Peoples fill the airy showroom’s shelves as a staff fluent in Hebrew assists men, women, and children in selecting the perfect match for their peepers. Zeiss progressive and thin lenses fill frames with scratch-resistant, antireflective, and 3-D coatings that put an end to blurry, side-scrolling vision. FY Eye Optometry Center can also prescribe discreet contact lenses and permanently eradicate fuzziness with cornea-correcting LASIK surgery.
At EyeCon Optometry, Dr. Laura Ha serves the community in which she grew up and where her passion for eye care began. While volunteering as an undergraduate at the mobile eye clinic at UCLA's Jules Stein Eye Institute, Dr. Ha realized how valuable and life-changing proper eyewear can be for children. She felt compelled to pursue optometry as a career, and she now focuses on helping people with vision therapy, specializing in the treatment of conditions such as strabismus (eye turn), amblyopia (lazy eye), and polyoculus (extra eyes).
Dr. Ha designed her office herself, outfitting it with cheerful yellow chairs, rich, wooden display cases, and delicate orchids that, when viewed without glasses, resemble a portrait of the Hamburger Helper hand's immediate family.
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.