Beverly Hills Ophthalmologist
465 N. Roxbury Dr. , Suite 902
Beverly Hills, California 90210 US
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Board Certifications

Board-certified by the American Board of Ophthalmology

Consultation Fee

$95. Consultation fee applied towards procedures booked within 30 days of consultation.

Hospital Privileges

Dr. Boxer Walcher has hospital affiliations at Cedars Sinai.

Education

  • Undergraduate & Medical School

    Undergraduate: BS in Psychobiology
    Medical: MD, Dartmouth Medical School

  • Post-Medical School Training

    Residency: Ophthalmology, Saint Louis University
    Fellowship: Refractive and Corneal Surgery, University of Kansas Medical Center

Treatments offered at Boxer Walcher Vision Institute

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May I RESTART wearing my RGP contact lenses between the time I completed my ICL consultation/exam, and ICL surgery?

This can be surgeon dependent on the answer, but I think most agree that you can resume. In my office, once all your preoperative tests are complete... READ MORE

Is it true that red eyes can be made white again, as in this picture?

I developed a procedure that is a modification of procedure performed over 30 years. This procedure is called I-BRITE Eye whitening. You can see... READ MORE

My eyesight is -8.5 both. My age is 17 years. What may be the suitable treatment for my eyes?

Given your prescription and your age, it is best you probably wait until 22-25 to make sure your vision is stable. The Visian ICL is a great option... READ MORE

My initial test of Pachymetry shows the cornea thickness of 498 for both eyes & adv.topography test shows thickness 521 and 527.

It would be advised to have the pachymetry repeated. Discuss with your surgeon Visian ICL or PRK if your cornea is 498 thickness. Also, given your age... READ MORE

I wasn't a candidate for the eye surgery? I have thin corneas. Am I a candidate for PRK?

You may be a candidate for PRK, it depends on some other factors such as prescription, tear film, and cornea health. Given you are in the Army, PRK... READ MORE

Does HRT MTF effect on POST-OP LASIK? Does anyone know if the cornea changes are progressive or reversible.

Cornea Collagen Crosslinking might be something to explore to stabilize the cornea if you have signs of cornea steepening. I would suggest having a... READ MORE

I'm 23, right eye 6.25 myopia & 0.75 astigmatism, left eye 6.00 myopia & 0.75 astigmatism. Candidate for Refractive surgery?

In most cases with a prescription and thinner cornea I prefer the VIsian ICL. The quality of vision is excellent with the VIsian ICL and this avoids... READ MORE

I Had Lasik Surgery 3 Weeks Ago.my Number Was -8.after Lasik I Still Have -1.75.can I Have Lasik Again?

It is still very early to consider a repeat LASIK. You will continue to heal over the next 8-12 weeks. Once you are fully healed you might... READ MORE

Is LASIK Safe or Helpful 15yrs After PK Eye Correction? (photo)

After PK usually we would recommend PRK. We have found creating the LASIK flap on a cornea post PK can cause some shift in the astigmatism. We have... READ MORE

Can Laser Eye Surgery Remove a Brown Scar on my Sclera? This Brown Spot Was Once a Blood Bruise As a Result of Being Hit in Eye

At this time lasers are not being used. Our office developed a procedure to help remove brown spots from the scleral. The procedure is called IBRITE.... READ MORE

Before and After Photos by Dr. Boxer Walcher

Brian Boxer Wachler, MD has shared 1 before and after picture with 22 helpful votes from the RealSelf community.

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