320 Superior Avenue, Suite 390
Newport Beach, California 92663


Life shouldn't look like an old rerun. That's why I chose the cataract replacement lens that corrects more than just cataracts. Florence Henderson, Crystalens patient, 2009

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  • 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).