Doctor Gregg Feinerman is a top LASIK surgeon practicing in Newport Beach, California. He is a board-certified ophthalmologist, fellowship-trained in many different refractive surgical procedures.
Dr. Gregg Feinerman LASIK is a quick, 15-minute procedure that uses lasers to correct common vision problems, such as: nearsightedness, farsightedness, astigmatism and age-related vision loss called presbyopia. Dr. Feinerman also treats cataracts. Crystalens, the latest FDA-approved intraocular lens (IOL) for cataract treatment, is specially designed to improve vision loss caused by cataracts, but can also correct presbyopia. Shortly after FDA approval in 2003, Dr. Feinerman performed the first Crystalens surgery in Southern California. Since then, he has performed the most Crystalens surgeries in the entire state of California. His practice, Feinerman Vision Center, was established in 2001 and is now recognized as one of the nation’s foremost medical practices dedicated to vision correction.
Although he is recognized as a LASIK expert, that is only one of Dr. Feinerman’s many accomplishments. He is board certified as an ophthalmologist by the American Board of Surgeons, and has served as Chairman of Ophthalmology at Hoag Memorial Presbyterian—a magnet hospital that is one of the finest in the country. Since 2005, Dr. Feinerman has also been a member of the Inaugural Eyeonics Advisory Board. In 2010, Bausch & Lomb presented him the Crystalens Millennium Society Inductee Award in recognition of over 1,000 successful Crystalens implants. In 2012, Bausch & Lomb recognized Dr. Feinerman as one of the top ten surgeons implanting Crystalens in the U.S.
Despite his busy schedule, Dr. Feinerman serves as an adjunct clinical professor at USC in the Department of Ophthalmology. He is proud to teach eye surgery at The University of Southern California.
Even with these accolades, he is not content to be just another LASIK doctor. In addition to his practice, Dr. Feinerman has served as a clinical instructor for Alcon and Bausch & Lomb. He also participates in FDA clinical trials for the latest, cutting-edge technology being developed for vision correction. His interest in finding the best surgical techniques and equipment for his patients is shown by his certifications in: Crystalens IOL Vision Enhancement System; Visian & Verisyese Implantable Contact Lens (ICL); and Blade-free All-laser LASIK with the Ziemer FEMTO LDV (Z-LASIK).
For this LASIK surgeon Orange County is home, but Dr. Feinerman is also a familiar face throughout the nation. His surgeries and vision correction procedures have recently been featured on CBS’s daytime show, “The Doctors.” He has also been appeared locally on KTLA’s “Cyber Guy” as well as on other programs such as: KNBC News, KTLA News, and other medical TV programs in the Los Angeles and Orange County areas.
In spite of his success and his busy work schedule, Dr. Feinerman believes in giving back to society as well as promoting wellness and philanthropy. In March 2012, he participated in an international humanitarian mission initiated by the Solomon Society to help distribute medical supplies to underserved Jewish communities in Cuba. As a LASIK surgeon, Newport Beach is the ideal place to set up a practice, but Dr. Feinerman is also aware that there are many people in need of eye care who don’t have the resources that most of his clients do. With this in mind, he founded Operation Insight, a non-profit organization that serves people in need of eye care and eye surgery both locally and internationally.
Feinerman Vision patients always have a wonderful experience with the office staff, optometrists and Dr. Feinerman himself.