Are you seeking an Orange County Crystalens doctor? Have you been told that you cataracts and want to know about the best vision correction options. Dr. Feinerman is one of a select group of surgeons in the United States who performs Crystalens visual restoration of both distance and near vision. He was the first surgeon in Southern California to perform Crystalens™ visual restoration surgery after FDA approval and has performed more Crystalens™ procedures than any other California doctor. For our patients suffering from presbyopia, Dr. Feinerman can show you the advantages of crystalens™ implants. Crystalens™ implants are integrated seamlessly with the workings of your eyes and ensure crystal-clear vision for years to come, whether you use them to drive at night or read a bedtime story to your grandchild.
It's estimated that 20.5 million Americans over the age of 40 have cataracts - a clouding of the eye's natural lens that impairs one's ability to see clearly.
Unlike a standard lens, the Bausch & Lomb Crystalens treats the cataract while simultaneously giving a fuller, more natural range of vision.
"I didn't realize what I had been missing before I had my Crystalens surgery. The colors of everything are so much brighter and the improved sharpness and clarity of my vision are very noticeable," said Ms. Henderson.
If you are seeking a crystalens eye doctor in Orange County or Newport Beach, CA please feel free to contact for a consultation. Our location and contact information is listed below
320 Superior Avenue, Suite 390 Newport Beach, California 92663
Phone: 800.527.3702 | Fax: 949.631.7854
Dr. Gregg Feinerman is a board-certified and fellowship-trained LASIK surgeon with a thriving Orange County practice in Newport Beach. He completed his ophthalmology training at the University of California, Irvine campus in June of 1998. After his residency training, Dr. Feinerman completed a refractive surgery fellowship at the internationally recognized Gimbel Eye Center. There, he was trained in advanced ocular surgical techniques (LASIK, PRK, Intacs® corneal ring segments, phakic intraocular lenses, refractive lensectomy, cataract surgery, and AK).