Dr. Benjamin is a trusted LASIK and Cataract Surgeon in Los Angeles. He has 25+ years of experience in ophthalmology. On top of having the best equipment available on the market, he has seen 250,000+ patients and did 30,000+ surgeries. He is definitely someone who you can trust!
We continue the trip at the Benjamin Eye Institute in Los Angeles, one of the most cutting-edge medical facilities, and present you to the virtually limitless potential of technology.
Well, we continue our question-answer column with Dr. Arthur Benjamin about high-science and pseudoscientific myths in the treatment of stye. By the way, what is stye, and how dangerous could be a quick kiss on the infected eyelid. Read on!
Did you know that there is a 45% chance that lightning may strike the same spot twice instead of 0%? Analogous to the unique case when Dr. Benjamin twice saved a patient's life when diagnosing melanoma.
Can you please articulate what constitutes good medical treatment? It requires an entire infrastructure, consisting of reliable staff of experienced and well trained workers, as well as, having accessible office with proper diagnostic equipment, which will allow to diagnose various medical conditions. Last but not least, is having a well-educated, experienced Doctor, who loves what he does and he is always in the process of self-improvement.
We will not exaggerate if we say that modern technology in the BEI could give this world even more works of the Great Bach and Handel, that suffered from cataract and the unique chance of successful operation was failed by ambitions of “Ophthalmiater Pontifical, Imperial, Royal.”
The eyes aren’t just a mirror of the soul, but also could be an important attraction of the majority of systemic diseases, such as diabetes, hypertension, thyroid problems, arthritis, and a number of others manifested in the eyes. Therefore so often one of the first doctors to detect disease is the ophthalmologist.
We might never find out, which came first, the chicken or the egg, but we will help to find the strategy when the cataract was first, then glaucoma joined. Here you will find answers to "non-paper" letters from our readers about those unexpected eyespots, complications after Lasik, and other actual topics.
As we carry on discussing the luxurious bouquets of glaucoma and cataracts, Symphony lenses are preparing the world's population for clear vision.
What makes us a team of professionals at the Benjamin Eye Institute? Aside from the latest equipment, we also have a very warm and friendly atmosphere in our practice. We treat every colleague and every patient as a part of the family here!