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Harvard-Trained, Laser Eye Surgeon – Dr. Ferzaad Moosa
Dr. Moosa is one of the most experienced LASIK surgeons and has been performing surgery for the past 23 years. We offer all laser LASIK, SMILE, PRK, Contoura-Topo guided LASIK and wavefront- optimized all laser LASIK. There is no question that quality care stems not only from experienced doctors and staff, but also from using the most state-of-the-art technology. At Excel Laser Vision Institute, we take patient’s eye care very seriously. Our chief LASIK surgeon, Dr. Moosa, uses only the most up-to-date and advanced technology in LASIK eye procedures. In both our Los Angeles and Orange County offices, we use the top-of-the-line, brand new, Wavelight EX500 laser and the Visumax. We are one of the select few in Southern California to offer this new LASIK laser technology.
At Excel Laser Vision Institute, we understand that having LASIK eye surgery is an important decision that will have a lasting and profound effect on our patient’s life. This is why every patient at our laser eye center is given the best possible LASIK treatment and care. We perform laser vision correction procedures in Los Angeles and Orange County. If you would like to know more about us and our LASIK services, don’t hesitate to get in touch by filling out the Free Evaluation form on the right side of this page.
The new VisuMax® laser is a ground-breaking laser system that utilizes outstanding precision which is most often used in SMILE eye surgery. In addition to being precise, it’s quick. You will be done with your laser eye surgery before you know it.
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The new VisuMax® laser is a ground-breaking laser system that utilizes outstanding precision. It will get you done with your Lasik eye surgery before you know it.
Wavelight EX500 Excimer Laser
WaveLight EX500 is the most advanced and the latest excimer laser approved by the FDA for performing Custom Wavefront LASIK and Topography-guided Custom Ablation Treatment (T-CAT).
Contoura™ Vision Topography Guided LASIK
Contoura® Vision is a topography-guided LASIK treatment that is the latest FDA approved LASIK eye surgery technology available in the U.S.
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Lasik Eye Surgery in Los Angeles and Orange County
LASIK or laser in-situ keratomileusis is used to correct or treat vision problems of people with nearsightedness, farsightedness, or astigmatism. The Excel Laser Vision Institute offers LASIK eye surgery in Los Angeles and Orange County that gives long-term results patients are looking for.
Patients who have undergone our laser eye surgery in Los Angeles and Orange County regularly report that their LASIK procedure was a life-changing experience for them. With tens of thousands of surgeries performed, Dr. Ferzaad Moosa, a Harvard-trained physician, has the experience, knowledge, and expertise in conducting LASIK eye surgery. Doctor Moosa is known as one of the top laser eye surgeons in the Los Angeles and Orange County area. This is why people who are looking for safe and effective LASIK surgery for vision correction turn to us. Our offices are conveniently located in Brea and Encino, CA.
Imagine being able to clearly read a menu when you go out to dinner or being able to see signs in the distance as you drive on the Southern California freeways. You use your eyes all day long for every activity. So why not have the vision and clarity you deserve? Consider having an eye surgery that is now safer than ever! We offer LASIK surgery in Orange County and Los Angeles that is performed by one of the most highly-trained and experienced LASIK eye surgeons in California.
A few minutes after your procedure at our LASIK eye centers in Los Angeles and Orange County, you will be able to see the future clearly with incredible vision. Laser vision correction surgery will save you plenty of money over your lifetime as well since you will no longer have to order new glasses and/or contact lenses. Glasses and contacts are fine for temporary correction, but there is nothing like the feeling of your natural vision. Not to mention, glasses and contacts can get scratched, lost or broken.
For many people, clear vision without the help of glasses or contacts seemed impossible, until advancements in LASIK made it more accessible and safer than ever before. Just think about what life will be like without the hassle of worrying where you put your glasses, or the daily routine of cleaning and putting in your contacts. If you’re an active person, you’ll no longer have to worry about your eyes when you’re running on the beach, swimming in the ocean, or just simply enjoying an active lifestyle in beautiful Southern California.
Our unique patient care philosophy when performing laser eye surgery in Los Angeles and Orange County begins with each consultation. It is here that each individual’s case is evaluated by only the most experienced doctors. From the moment you walk into either of our two Excel Laser Vision Institute centers, Dr. Moosa will be intricately involved in your eye care. This allows our patients to feel more comfortable about their upcoming LASIK procedure, and ensures that all information discussed is double-checked before the LASIK surgery.
According to the latest research by the American Refractive Surgery Council, LASIK eye surgery results in 99 percent of patients achieving better than 20/40 vision and over 90 percent attain 20/20 vision or better. Additionally, over 95 percent of patients report that they were satisfied with the results from having LASIK surgery. This is the highest satisfaction rate of any elective medical procedure.
Questions to ask before having LASIK surgery
If you are considering having a LASIK procedure, here are a few important questions to ask your doctor prior to scheduling your vision correction procedure.
- How many LASIK surgeries have you performed?
Patients may feel more at ease knowing that their surgeon has performed LASIK hundreds, or in our case, thousands of times.
- Should I avoid certain medication before the procedure?
As you will be sedated for your LASIK procedure, it’s a good idea to ask your surgeon if any of the medications you are on could potentially interfere with the effectiveness of the sedative used during the procedure.
- Where will the procedure be done?
Since LASIK machines are rather large and heavy, LASIK procedures are generally done where the machines are located. Be sure to ask about the location of the procedure as it might be a different location from your surgeon’s office. Since we have locations for LASIK surgery in Los Angeles and Orange County, you want to be sure that you are coming to the right place for your procedure.
- What kind of results should I expect?
Your LASIK surgeon should set your expectations about the results of your procedure. As you may know, LASIK surgery is used to treat a wide variety of refractive issues, but the severity of your vision problem may impact the results of the procedure. If you have a more severe refractive problem, your surgeon may need to repeat the procedure years later to ensure optimal results.