Imagine the opportunities that arise when you're not dependent on wearing eyeglasses or contact lenses to see clearly. Gone are the days of fumbling around in the dark to find your lenses, or straining to drive at night, or struggling to read the fine print on a prescription bottle.
LASIK is an incredible laser eye surgery that can give you more freedom than you thought possible. Our goal at Cornea Genetic Eye Institute is to improve not only your vision but your quality of life. We have worked with thousands of Los Angeles LASIK patients, and our results speak for themselves. For proof, visit our testimonials page or our Yelp! page.
We offer the safest, fastest and most technologically advanced LASIK procedures available, including "Wavefront Optimized" (LASERWAVE) and "Wavefront Guided" (iLASIK) surgery. We will help you select the procedure best suited toward your individual vision needs and goals.
Our laser eye surgeon team, comprised of Dr. Yaron Rabinowitz, Dr. Yuri Oleynikov and Dr. Ronald Gaster, is expertly trained with many years of experience in laser eye surgery. Dr. Rabinowitz is an internationally recognized corneal surgeon and award-winning eye doctor who has been recognized as a Los Angeles "Superdoctor" by Los Angeles magazine.
Our staff members are hand-selected for their professionalism, expertise and warm personalities. On the whole, we strive to make your laser eye surgery experience as smooth, convenient and productive as possible.
Looking for more reasons to choose our practice? Here are the top 10.
If you're tired of relying on glasses or contact lenses to see clearly and perform basic tasks, consider laser eye surgery at our LASIK Los Angeles practice, also serving Beverly Hills and all surrounding areas. Please contact us today to schedule a complimentary consultation and start your journey to clearer, crisper vision.
We look forward to working with you!
Patients' Choice Award 2010
AAO Achievement Award 2009
Cedars-Sinai Medical Center
Chief of Ophthalmology 1996 - 2001
Jules Stein Eye Institute
Alumni Research Award 2001