For well over 19 years, the Boxer Wachler Vision Institute has been committed to improving the quality, care and vision of those suffering from Keratoconus with FDA-APPROVED equipment. We help patients in Southern California and outside states and other countries with: Holcomb C3-R®, Intacs® for Keratoconus, FORTIFIED CK™, Visian ICL™, and PRK after Cornea Transplant procedures.
IF YOU OR SOMEONE YOU KNOW IS SUFFERING FROM KERATOCONUS? DON'T WAIT, GET THE HELP YOU NEED NOW!
Boxer Wachler Vision Institute has the experience and FDA-APPROVED equipment necessary to provide superior treatment, consultation and quality care for the Keratoconus treatments. Dr. Brian is regarded as one of the top leaders in the field of Keratoconus treatment. His role as the "doctor's doctor" has been earned through his broad expertise.
Don’t take our word for it. See what others are saying about KERATOCONUS TREATMENTS with Dr. Brian at the Boxer Wachler Vision Institute. We aim to provide vision improvement with the utmost attention to detail and maximize safety for every patient we treat. Many patients (domestically and internationally) - have found Dr. Brian's skills, patient care and state-of-the-art facility to be worth the trip.
The Boxer Wachler Vision Institute was designed with the comfort of the patient in mind. Patients often refer to the Institute being “as relaxing as a spa!” State-of-the-art equipment is showcased in the central diagnostic station, which is not only the physical but also the fundamental nucleus of the practice. The “humidity-controlled” surgical facilities help optimize our patients’ results. Our Institute creates a peaceful and welcoming atmosphere.
Dr. Brian S. Boxer Wachler M.D.
(Ophthalmologist) Dr. Brian is regarded as one of the top leaders in the field of vision correction. He PIONEERED use of Intacs and Holcomb C3-R Cross-Linking for Keratoconus.
Keratoconus (also known as Pellucid) is a progressive non-inflammatory disorder that causes a characteristic thinning and cone-like steepening of the cornea. This steepening results in distortion of vision, increased sensitivity to glare and light and an associated reduction in visual acuity. These symptoms usually appear in the late teens and early twenties.
Keratoconus may progress for 10-20 years or even longer. It can slow down and pick up again quickly – Keratoconus has a “mind of its own.”
(Note: as keratoconus and pellucid are the same disease process, any reference to “keratoconus” on this site also applies to “pellucid” as well.) New research shows Keratoconus occurs in 1 in 500, here are some of the symptoms you may experience: