An outspoken advocate and preeminent researcher of medical laser technology, Dr. Gregory Chernoff brings his vast experience in the field to his cosmetic practice. Together with Dr. Khoa Lai and Dr. Montegut, he spearheads the charge against unwanted bodily imperfections such as obesity, unwanted hair, and varicose veins with both surgical and nonsurgical procedures. Outside of his practice, Dr. Chernoff has appeared on Dateline and BBC World News to promote the proliferation of lasers in medical procedures and the declaration of a national laser day.
A veteran of more than 69,000 successful laser vision corrections, ocular adjuster Dr. Martin Burger at LASIK Specialists adjusts patients’ ocular health through the use of LASIK refractive eye surgeries. The accomplished ophthalmologist tailors procedures to match each client’s individual optic ailment, unleashing a range of laser technologies, including custom ablation, high-definition vision, premier LASIK, and field trips to planetarium light shows. Refractive surgery can be used to safely treat most common ocular maladies—including nearsightedness, farsightedness, and astigmatism—and most patients are able to resume normal activities within a few days.
Dr. Jeremy Ciano of RevolutionEyes runs a Top Five Eyewear business while operating as the official optometrist for the Indiana ICE, and Dr. Katherine Schuetz is a pediatric optometrist who can healthy-up the orbital see-machines of infants as young as six months. A RevolutionEyes exam lasts roughly 20 minutes and uses the cutting-edge optomap camera, which provides a 200-degree view that more often than not bypasses the need for uncomfortable dilation to dive into a vision-ball's deepest secrets.
Holly Coriell, the eponymous optic doc behind Coriell EyeCare, puts visual orbs through their paces with comprehensive eye examinations and bedecks them with stylish prescription glasses. During each 30–40 minute examination, Dr. Coriell conducts a thorough look-see at clients’ look-seers, performing peripheral-vision and refraction tests to determine proper prescription strength. Employing advanced retinal-photography equipment, the physician checks eyes for early signs of glaucoma, macular degeneration, and apathy for potatoes.