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A note from Doctor Nassiri

Laser vision correction is one of the great medical advances of our time. Though you have lived with poor eyesight for years, you can now
have this painless five-minute treatment and walk out just minutes later seeing without glasses or contact lenses. The treatment is incredibly liberating.
There is really no other medical procedure which combines such a profound improvement with lack of pain and very rapid recovery.
I have been an ophthalmologist for twenty four years, and for the past twelve years I have dedicated my practice mostly to laser vision correction. During this time I have performed almost 25,000 eyes treatments. This specialization is one of the keys to our great results.
When you apply your talent and energies in one focused area, you learn how to do it very, very well.
No one has technology that surpasses us. We have three different lasers to choose from, including our favorite, the WaveLight Allegretto. We perform all variations of laser vision correction, including Lasik, PRK, and Lasek. All patients at our Center might choose to use Custom wavefront technology.
Laser vision correction is not right for everyone. We will only perform your treatment if we are confident that we can obtain excellent results. We advise 30% of our patients not to have laser vision correction, because they are not ideal candidates. If a different procedure is more appropriate for you, we will inform you.

I also perform other surgical procedures like:  

1. Lamellar or penetrating corneal transplant for corneal diseases (DALK, DSAEK, PK).
2. Phakic intra ocular lens for correction of high myopia or high hyperopia (Artisan, Artiflex, ICL).
3. Pahcoemulcification with intraocular multifocal lens for adult cataract surgery.
4. Lensectomy, anterior vitrectomy and  PC-IOL implantation for treatment of childhood cataract.
5. Femto cataract and Femto lasik surgeries.
6. Corneal cross linking to stop the progression of keratoconus. 
7. Intracorneal ring implantation. 
8. Keratoprosthesis surgery for severe corneal vascularized opacity.
9. Trabeculectomy to treat congenital glaucoma.
10. Viscocanalostomy for treatment of glaucoma.
11. Glaucoma device implantation to treat refractory glaucoma.


One of the most important aspects of medicine is the caring approach of the doctor. A doctor who really cares will spend time talking to the patient. The truly caring doctor will use only the best equipment, will be extremely meticulous in all aspects of measurement and treatment, and will
insist on having only superbly trained staff. When you speak with us, when you visit our office, and when you have your treatment, you will see the experience and the caring attitude. And you will appreciate the difference each day thereafter as you enjoy your new vision.


I look forward to meeting you.



Sincerely,

Nader Nassiri, MD