Fogg, Maxwell, Lanier & Remington Eye Care's surgeons, are all fellows of the American Academy of Ophthalmology and are board certified by the American Board of Ophthalmology, and have extensive eye-surgery experience. The doctors have even have taught courses to other doctors at national and international meetings of ophthalmologists.
At their practice, they and a group of optometrists perform everything from comprehensive examinations to vision-correcting LASIK, which helps treat nearsightedness, farsightedness, and astigmatism. Additionally, the team can treat such problems as cataracts and macular degeneration, and also help patients by simply providing them with a new pair of prescription glasses.
Dr. Gregory Stainer's Southwest Eye Care and Laser has amassed an extensive collection of fashionable eyewear to complement its prescription eyeglasses, which are crafted with high-quality lens material and tailored to your needs. Keep those soul-windows en vogue with designer frames from Dior, Gucci, Juicy Couture, Armani, Michael Kors, and more. Southwest Eye Care's helpful, savvy staff can consult to find the best-fitting frame for anyone’s style, whether they want to don traditional wire-framed specs or wear something to complement their owl-themed superhero persona. Southwest Eye Care also offers prescription sunglasses, as well as eye exams performed by Dr. Glenn Kaprielian, Dr. Cheree Wilhelmsen, and Dr. Keith Miller, though your Groupon is not valid toward eye exams.
Empire Eye & Laser Center operates under the watchful eyes of Drs. Joseph and Daniel Chang, brothers who each boast highly accomplished professional backgrounds. Joseph currently serves as Clinical Instructor of Ophthalmology at UCLA's Jules Stein Eye Institute, demonstrating current methods of cataract surgery and banging erasers together for the school's resident surgeons. Daniel, a former chief resident in ophthalmology at Emory University, recently spoke at an international conference on lens implants and volunteers as a surgeon for his own foundation that accommodates patients with little or no insurance.
They, along with four other physicians and one laser aesthetic nurse, perform treatments from a menu divided into two sections: see better and look better. See better treatments tackle a range of ocular needs, from eye exams for kids and adults to LASIK surgery for patients such as MLB pitcher Colby Lewis. Oculoplastic surgeries populate the look better section, as well as laser cosmetic treatments that decimate hair and signs of age.