Peninsula Laser Eye Medical Group
Welcome to Our Mountain View Practice
At Peninsula Laser Eye Medical Group of Mountain View we specialize in both refractive and cataract eye surgery. Dr. Mark Volpicelli and Dr. Dan Beers have been named “The Best Surgeons in the Bay Area” by San Jose Magazine and other journals. They have served as the Chief of Ophthalmology at El Camino Hospital and teach the latest surgical techniques to the ophthalmology residents at Stanford University. As experts in their field, they give presentations and courses at the American Society of Cataract and Refractive Surgery and the American Academy of Ophthalmology. They have been the surgeons of choice for hundreds of Bay Area health care professionals. Their mission is to give all of their patients the most advanced and personal care available today.
Our Eye SurgeonsMeet the eye doctors of Peninsula Laser Eye Medical Group of Mountain View
Drs. Volpicelli and Beers of Mountain View specialize in eliminating refractive errors of the eye so that you can see without using glasses or contact lenses. It is their vast experience and the variety of laser and surgical techniques that they use to eliminate these errors that have led them to become widely recognized and named as "The Best Eye Surgeons in the San Francisco Bay Area" by San Jose Magazine. Drs. Beers and Volpicelli perform many types of refractive surgical procedures and are therefore able to custom tailor the perfect procedure for each individual patient.
LASIKIsn't it time see without glasses or contacts
Drs. Volpicelli and Beers of Mountain View specialize in eliminating these refractive errors, so you can see without using glasses or contact lenses. It is how they eliminate these errors that have led them to become widely recognized and named as "the best eye surgeons in the San Francisco Bay Area" by San Jose Magazine. Drs. Beers and Volpicelli perform many types of refractive surgeries and are therefore able to custom tailor the perfect procedure for each individual patient.
Lens Implant CenterRegain Your Vision with an IOL
The Restor lens is a multifocal lens implant that can provide clear distance and near vision. With the Restor lens, patients are able to see well with each eye for tasks such as driving and reading. In fact, over 80% of Restor patients never need glasses. The quality of vision with the Restor is quite high and is often an excellent choice for those who want balanced vision for both near and far.
CataractsCataract Treatment to Clear the Cloudiness
Patients with a cataract experience the world through a clouded lens. This clouding is caused by a condition known as cataracts, which often develops slowly over time until eventually interefering with ones clear vision. In the early stages, eyeglasses may help, but as time goes on most cataract sufferers will require cataract surgery. The eye surgeons of Peninsula Laser Eye Medical Group work with our patients one-on-one to determine the very best treatment options available to address the individual needs of our patients. Visit our Cataract Center to learn more about this condition, it's symptoms and the state-of-the-art treatment options available to correct it.
Corneal TransplantThe Eyes are the Window to the Soul and the Cornea is the Window to the Eye
Corneal transplants are very common in the United States; about 45,000 are performed each year. The results of this operation have improved dramatically over the last several decades due to technological advances and more recently with the addition of DSEK corneal surgery. Corneal transplantation has restored sight to many, who would have been blinded permanently by corneal injury, infection, or inherited corneal diseases in the past..
GlaucomaGlaucoma - a Vision Thief in the Night
In the USA glaucoma is the second leading reason for vision loss. It has affected more than 3 million people in the USA. Glaucoma is a group of diseases that result in damage to the optic nerve because of high pressure inside the eye. Your optic nerve is like one of those big cables that actually carries nerves. It transfers what you see from the retina to your brain. As your optic nerve becomes damaged or deteriorates, then blind spots will develop in what you see, especially in your peripheral visual field. Visit our Glaucoma Center to learn more about this condition, it's symptoms and the state-of-the-art treatment options available to treat it.
Latest News and Technology
The latest in vision news and technology:
- Restor A New Treatment for Presbyopia
Having problems with your reading vision? The new Restor lens provides both sharp distance and reading vision! No more reading glasses...Learn More
- Wavefront Technology for Custom Vision
Wavefront is the most advanced laser vision correction technology available today for measuring optical distortions in the eye...Learn More
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