A Center Like No Other
The difference with Brimhall Eye Center is time. We value your time and give you our time. When you get to our office, you will be greeted by our helpful and friendly staff who will give you a complete patient-centered experience that’s all about your eye health. We respect your time, and your ophthalmologist will spend more personal time with you to find the best possible treatment.
Most eye centers pack as many patients as possible into a day. We’ve decided to take the opposite approach—we see fewer patients, and our doctors spend more time with each patient. We won't just put you on a conveyer belt and push you through our clinic. You will get a personalized experience with leading-edge medicine and old-fashioned care.
We are honored to present our premier cataract service, with visual outcomes in the top 1% nationally. We offer a fully-customizable cataract experience, including LASER-assisted surgery, Dropless protocols (no drops after surgery), and premium services designed to give you the vision you've always wanted. Quality is always a priority.Learn More
When it comes to LASIK and PRK, quality matters. The techniques we use have been shown in the medical literature to produce some of the finest vision ever reported. Not a candidate? Glasses too thick? Corneas too thin? Clear Lens Exchange or the Implantable Contact Lens (ICL) may help. We are also the only practice to have ever...Learn More
Glaucoma is a major cause of vision loss in the US. Surprisingly, half of those with it are unaware, as there are no symptoms in the early stages. At Brimhall Eye, we perform comprehensive testing and if necessary can use a variety of methods to treat it, including medications, laser, and/or surgery. If caught early, the prognosis is usually excellent.Learn More
The cornea is the clear dome in the front the eye, and is largely responsible for focusing vision. If it becomes damaged or diseased, vision can become seriously compromised. Ethan Lin, M.D. is a cornea specialist with world-class training who may be able to help. He performs highly advanced treatments and surgery to restore vision.Learn More
Pterygium (tur-RIDGE-ee-um) is a fleshy red patch that can grow from the white to the colored part of the eye. Generally safe, they sometimes cause eye irritation or may be seen as unattractive. In severe cases they can damage vision. Fortunately, they can be easily removed. If you are bothered by a pterygium come in for an evaluation.Learn More
It is very important for those with diabetes to have a yearly eye exam. Diabetes can lead to blockage of blood vessels inside the eye causing vision changes or even vision loss. Additionally, diabetics are also at an increased risk of developing cataracts, glaucoma, double vision, or other problems. We routinely monitor and treat diabetes-related eye conditions.Learn More
Deciding between treatment options is hard. It's really hard. That's why we have a team of counselors to help you weigh your options and choose which surgery or treatment is best for you. After you meet with one of our doctors, you'll sit down with one of our counselors, Andrew, Andrea, or Isabella, and they will walk you through your doctor's recommendations. Sometimes there are several options to choose between, and your counselor will show you what to expect from each and help you make a decision. Schedule a consultation with our counselors today!