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Santa Monica LASIK and Cataract Surgeons
Dr. James J Salz, M.D. and Dr. Barry Seibel M.D.

The Trusted LASIK Surgeons directory only lists surgeons who have extensive qualifications and experience. We estimate these Santa Monica based LASIK laser eye surgery, refractive eye surgery, cataract surgery, eye doctors are among the top 1% performing vision correction in the United States. These Santa Monica eye surgeons also serve international patients.

Dr James J Salz of Santa Monica LASIK

Santa Monica LASIK Eye Surgery Dr James J Salz, M.D.

(424) 789-7718 Call for Appointments and Information

Santa Monica LASIK & Catarac Surgery also Serving Beverly Hills, West Los Angeles, Westwood, and Brentwood areas of Los Angeles, California, as well as patients throughout the United States and international patients.

Dr. James J. Salz, - based in the Santa Monica & West Los Angeles areas of Los Angeles, is an internationally recognized specialist in LASIK, refractive, and cataract surgery, Dr. Salz has been in private practice in Los Angeles for over 30 years and is one of the few ophthalmic surgeons to have performed all types of refractive surgery over his career.

Dr. James J. Salz, - based in the Santa Monica & West Los Angeles areas of Los Angeles, is an internationally recognized specialist in LASIK, refractive, and cataract surgery, Dr. Salz has been in private practice in Los Angeles for over 30 years and is one of the few ophthalmic surgeons to have performed all types of refractive surgery over his career.

As a leading spokesperson for the American Academy of Ophthalmology, Dr. Salz has appeared on the Today Show, CNN, PBS and TV news programs and has been quoted extensively in major ophthalmology publications in the USA and abroad. Because of his conservative philosophy concerning refractive surgery, his opinion is routinely sought by other surgeons for patients in their patients. He has edited numerous textbooks and has published over 75 scientific articles on the subjects of refractive and cataract surgery.

Dr. Salz received his medical degree from Duke University, completed his internship and ophthalmology residency at the University of Southern California (USC) L.A. County Medical Center where he volunteers as Clinical Professor in refractive eye surgery. As a highly respected international lecturer and educator, he has been an invited lecturer and instructor to over 200 eye meetings nationally and internationally. He is a lecturer and course director for the American Academy of Ophthalmology, the American Society of Cataract and Refractive Surgery, and the International Society of Refractive Surgery.

Please view Dr. Salz's extensive qualifications via the link above.


Laser Vision Medical Associates & Seibel Vision
11620 Wilshire Blvd, Suite 711
Los Angeles, CA, 900251

Santa Monica LASIK Dr. Barry Seibel MD

Santa Monica LASIK Eye Surgery Dr. Barry Seibel MD

(310) 444-1134 Call for Appointments and Information

Seibel Vision Surgery specializes in cataract surgery and LASIK laser vision correction. Serving patients from Santa Monica, West Los Angeles, Beverly Hills, Bel Air, Westwood, and throughout Los Angeles, Culver City, Venice Beach, Pacific Palisades, West Hollywood, and Malibu.

One of Dr. Seibel's major contributions to medicine is his textbook on cataract surgery, "Phacodynamics" - used by eye surgeons worldwide for learning the science behind cataract surgery specific to patients as individuals rather than a generalized approach. Recently released in its 400-page Fourth Edition, this classic text has also been welcomed in Japanese and Spanish. The Seibel IntraLASIK Flap Lifter is just one of 20 surgical instruments created by Dr. Seibel to enhance patient experience during LASIK. It was so well received that IntraLase (the company that manufactures the laser used in bladeless LASIKsurgery ) uses it in demonstrating their latest technology to laser eye surgeons around the world. Dr. Seibel's innovative instruments are some of the most useful designs in the field of eye surgery.

As Dr. Seibel is highly regarded not only by his patients, he has taught ophthalmologists all over the world. Dr. Seibel stays up-to-date on the latest most proven techniques for obtaining your optimum vision for you. Dr. Seibel was recently honored to serve as the Director of all Surgical Skills Transfer Courses, (which includes cataract surgery, LASIK, vitrectomy and glaucoma surgery) for the American Society of Cataract and Refractive Surgery (ASCRS). This prestigious series of courses provides ophthalmologists from all over the globe an opportunity to gain knowledge handed over from one eye surgeon to another.

As a Clinical Assistant Professor of Ophthalmology at the University of California, Los Angeles, Jules Stein Eye Clinic, Dr. Seibel can offer you all the advantages of the latest technology, as well as access to ongoing clinical trials. Dr. Seibel combines a solid background in technology, the sophisticated expertise of a cataract eye surgeon, and extensive experience with the state-of-the-art custom Wavefront LASIK laser to help you achieve your personal best vision.

Dr. Barry Seibal, M.D., based in the West Los Angeles and Santa Monica area in California, has extensive qualifications that Trusted LASIK Surgeons estimates place him among top 1% of LASIK laser eye surgery and refractive surgeons in the United States. Please view Dr. Seibal's exceptional qualifications via the link above.

Laser Vision Medical Associates & Seibal Vision
11620 Wilshire Blvd, Suite 711
Los Angeles, CA, 900251


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