West Hollywood Ophthalmologist
9201 Sunset Boulevard, Suite 709
West Hollywood, California 90069 US
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I Am a Plastic Surgeon and my Career Depended on my Vision - West Hollywood, CA

Hi everyone, I am a plastic surgeon in Beverly Hills and was getting sick of wearing contact lenses because I started to get dry eyes, and was just annoyed at not being able to see. 2 other eye surgeons recommended Dr Benjamin to me and I could not be happier. I did not have LASIK, instead, I had a Visian ICL (lens implant placed) because my vision was too bad for LASIK. From the point...

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Board Certifications

Board-certified by the American Board of Ophthalmology

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Free LASIK consultation

Hospital Privileges

Dr. Benjamin has hospital affiliations at Specialty Surgical Center, Beverly Hills.


  • Undergraduate & Medical School

    Undergraduate: BA, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY, 1989 - cum laude
    Medical: MD, Duke University School of Medicine, Durham, NC, 1994
  • Post-Medical School Training

    Internship: Harbor UCLA Medical Center, 1995
    Residency: Ophthalmology, Jules Stein Eye Institute, UCLA School of Medicine, 1998

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Poor Vision After PRK. Will This Improve?

While it is impossible to accurately diagnose and give treatment advice without seeing a patient, a few things do come to mind. From the description... READ MORE

When Is It Ok to Rub Eyes After Lasik?

It is actually fairly difficult to dislodge a LASIK flap 2 weeks after the procedure. The symptoms would include significant decrease in vision, light... READ MORE

What happens if your vision changes after ICL surgery?

Intrinsically, ICL surgery is a very stable procedure. A 23 year old young woman should expect a very stable result for decades to come. Should she... READ MORE

Can I work in the heat after ICL surgery?

Once you are outside of the immediate postoperative period of about 2 weeks, it is is generally safe to return to regular activities. These may... READ MORE

ICL Implants - Is $8,000 Too Much?

Cost of implanting the ICL will always be considerably more than the cost of corneal refractive procedures like PRK or LASIK. This is simply because a... READ MORE

PRK Vs. Lasik

Below are a few points outlining the differences between PRK and LASIKLASIK is usually our procedure of choice, given the quick and painless visual... READ MORE

How Much Does LASIK Eye Surgery Cost?

LASIK surgery costs will greatly determine the quality of your LASIK procedure and thus your vision. The quality and precision of each step of your... READ MORE

What is the Ideal Age to Have Lasik Eye Surgery?

LASIK is FDA approved for patients 18 or older. There is no upper age limit. In my practice I prefer to delay the treatment until age 20 to make sure... READ MORE

I'm thinking about getting toric ICL and only need glasses for reading when possible

For reasons unknown to me the promises of toric ICL approval by the FDA have gone unfilled for the past 10 years at least. A BIOPTIC procedure is an... READ MORE

25 years old. Both eyes are about spl -18, cyl -3, axis 120. Am I suitable for ICL?

Hello, From the parameters you describe the best solution for you in the US would be a BIOPTIC procedure. In short, this is a procedure where most of... READ MORE

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