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California LASIK and Cataract Surgeons

The Trusted LASIK Surgeons Directory only lists surgeons who have professional qualifications and proven experience. We estimate that many of these California LASIK eye surgery and laser vision correction surgeons are among the top 1% of refractive eye surgeons, performing laser eye surgery and cataract surgery in the United States.

Northern California LASIK, Cataract and Vision Correction Surgery

Palo Alto LASIK Eye Surgeon Dr. Edward E. Manche, M.D.

Call (650) 498-7020 for Appointments and Information

California LASIK:serving Palo Alto, Stanford, Mountain View, Santa Clara, San Jose, Santa Rosa, Cupertino communities, as well as patients from throughout California and the U.S.

Dr. Edward E. Manche, M.D., is the Director of Cornea and Refractive Surgery at the Stanford Eye Laser Center in California and Professor of Ophthalmology in the Stanford University School of Medicine of California. You can view Dr. Manche's exceptional qualifications via the link above.


San Francisco LASIK Eye Surgeon Dr. Ella Faktorovich, M.D.

Call (415) 922-9500 for Appointments and Information

California LASIK serving San Francisco, Oakland, Berkeley, Peninsula, Marin, East Bay and South Bay communities, as well as patients from throughout California and the U.S.

Dr. Ella Faktorovich, M.D., in San Francisco, CA leads the highly regarded Pacific Vision Institute and has extensive professional qualifications that we estimate places her among the top LASIK Laser refractive and cataract surgeons in the United States. You can view Dr. Faktorovich's exceptional qualifications via the link above.


San Francisco LASIK Eye Surgeon Dr. Stephen D. McLeod, M.D.

Call (415) 353-2020 for Appointments and Information

California LASIK serving San Francisco, Oakland, Berkeley communities, as well as patients from throughout California and the U.S.

Doctor Stephen McCloud is Professor and Chairman of the Department of Ophthalmology at the University of California at San Francisco (UCSF) School of Medicine.


San Francisco LASIK Eye Surgeon Dr. David G. Hwang, M.D., F.A.C.S.

Call (415) 353-2020 for Appointments and Information

California LASIK serving San Francisco, Oakland, Berkeley areas.

Doctor David Hwang serves as a Professor of the Department of Ophthalmology at the UCSF School of Medicine and is a Director of the UCSF Laser Vision Center of California, and a Director of the UCSF Cornea and Refractive Surgery Service of UCSF.


Sacramento LASIK Eye Surgeon Dr. Vahid Feiz, M.D.

Call (916) 734-6650 for Appointments and Information

Dr. Vahid Feiz is the Director of Refractive Surgery and Laser Vision Services and a member of the the faculty of the Department of Ophthalmology and Vision Sciences at the UC Davis School of Medicine in Sacramento, CA.

California LASIK serving Sacramento, Roseville, Davis,  Rancho Cordova, Woodland,  Stockton, Lodi communities, as well as patients from throughout California and the U.S.


Sacramento LASIK Eye Surgeon Dr. Mark Mannis M.D., F.A.C.S.

Dr. Mark Mannis, M.D., F.A.C.S. is Professor and Chair and a member of the faculty of theDepartment of Ophthalmology and Vision Sciences at the UC Davis Eye Center in Sacramento, CA. 


Fresno LASIK Eye Surgeon Dr. Andrew Maxwell, M.D., Ph.D.

Call (559) 449-5010 for Appointments and Information
Or Toll Free: (800) 356-3306 FREE

Dr. Maxwell treats patients seeking LASIK, refractive and cataract surgery from Fresno, Madera, Visalia, Merced, and Bakersfield and throughout Central California. 


Southern California

 LASIK, Cataract and Vision Correction Surgery

Beverly Hills LASIK Eye Surgeon James J Salz, M.D.

11620 Wilshire Blvd, Suite 711 Los Angeles,CA 90025

Call (424) 789-7718 for Appointments and Information

California LASIK serving  Hollywood, West Los Angeles,  Beverly Hills,  Westwood, Brentwood and  Santa Monica communities, as well as patients from throughout California and the U.S.


LASIK Eye Surgeon Dr. Jonathan Davidorf, M.D.

Call (818) 883-0112 for Appointments and Information

California LASIK serving the San Fernando Valley, West Hills, Woodland Hills, Westlake Village, Encino, Calabasas, Oxnard, Sherman Oaks, Tarzana, Thousand Oaks, Agoura Hills, and Ventura communities, as well as patients from throughout California and the U.S.

Dr. Davidorf of the Davidorf Eye Group based in California. Jonathan M. Davidorf, M.D., is a board-certified ophthalmologist and Director of the Davidorf Eye Group in West Hills, California, where he specializes in laser vision correction and lens implant surgery. He is an assistant clinical professor at UCLA's Jules Stein Eye Institute of California and has served as Director of Surgeon Training for Refractec, Inc., Chief Ophthalmologist for the Women's World Cup, and Co-Director of Friends of Vision Foundation, a nonprofit organization that provides medical and surgical ophthalmologic care to underdeveloped nations. Among his publications are the definitive scientific papers on implantable contact lenses and Bioptics vision correction surgery and pioneering work on pediatric LASIK. Dr. Davidorf is also co-author of LASIK: Principles and Techniques, the first medical textbook on LASIK.


Inland Empire LASIK Surgery and Cataract Surgery

Riverside LASIK Eye Surgeon Dr. Howard Gimbel, M.D.
Riverside LASIK Eye Surgeon Dr. Julio Narvaez, M.D.

Call (909) 558-2154 for Appointments and Information

California LASIK serving Loma Linda, Riverside, Corona, Fontana, San Bernardino, Colton, Ontario Moreno Valley, Rancho Cucamonga

Serving the local communities of Loma Linda, Corona, Fontana, San Bernardino, Colton, Ontario Moreno Valley and Rancho Cucamonga in the Inland Empire, as well as Palm Springs Doctors' Gimbel and Narvaez at Loma Linda University Health Care provide excellent vision correction. Please review Dr. Gimbel's exceptional qualifications via the link above.


Orange County LASIK and Cataract Surgery

Irvine and Orange County LASIK Eye Surgeon Dr. Thomas Tooma, M.D.
Irvine and Orange County LASIK Eye Surgeon Dr. Dan B. Tran, M.D.

3501 Jamboree Rd.,Suite 1100 Newport Beach, CA 92660

California LASIK serving Irvine, Orange County, Newport Beach, San Juan Capistrano communities, as well as patients from throughout California and the U.S.


San Diego LASIK Surgery and Cataract Surgery

San Diego LASIK Eye Surgeon David Schanzlin, M.D.

Call (858) 534-6290 for Appointments and Information

California LASIK serving San Diego, Coronado, Del Mar, La Jolla, Encinitas, Chula Vista,and Escondido communities as well as patients throughout Southern California and the United States.


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