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2925 Palo Verde Avenue.
Long Beach, CA 90815

What Are The Effects of Screen Time On Your Eyes?

Wake up, scroll through Instagram and Facebook. Get to work, check your email and start your day while staring at two screens. Sound familiar? There’s no doubt about it, we live in an increasingly digital world. For work and pleasure, screen time takes up hours each day. But what’s that screen time doing to your… Read More

The Next Generation In IOLs: The PanOptix Trifocal IOL

Have you heard the news? On August 27th, the FDA announced its approval of Alcon’s AcrySofIQ PanOptix Trifocal IOL. This is great news for people having cataract surgery.  Keep reading to find out what this means for you! What are the different types of intraocular lenses (IOLs)? When you have cataract surgery, the old cloudy… Read More

4 Ways LASIK Helps You Beat The Heat

Is it just us or has it been one of the hottest summers in Long Beach in a long time lately? It has been hot hot hot! Want to know what makes the heat even worse? Dealing with your annoying glasses or contacts. Seriously, think about it. It’s got to be at least 95 degrees… Read More

Dr. Lars Hertzog chosen as the recipient of 2018- 2019 Faculty Teaching Award by the Ophthalmology Residents at the University of Southern California Keck School of Medicine.

             Dr. Lars Hertzog’s passionate commitment to ophthalmology has always involved not only clinical and surgical care but also teaching.  This year, Dr. Lars Hertzog, one of the founding ophthalmologists at Eye Physicians of Long Beach, was selected as the recipient of the 2018- 2019 Faculty Teaching Award by the Ophthalmology Residents at the University of Southern… Read More

5 Signs You’re Ready For LASIK In Lakewood, CA

There’s really nothing like summer in Lakewood. The weather is warm, the beaches are nearby, and the living is easy! But you know, summer in California isn’t as great as it could be if you wear glasses or contacts. We bet you’ve even started thinking about whether you could be a candidate for LASIK. Keep… Read More