NVISION Laser Eye Center

“With more than 1,300 eye doctors who refer their patients and trust their own eyes to NVISION surgeons, we are the Eye Doctors’ #1 Choice.”

23550 Hawthorne Blvd., Suite #220 in Torrance  |   310-784-2020  |    nvisioncenters.com


NVISION Laser Eye Centers serve the counties of San Luis Obispo, San Diego, Los Angeles, Orange, Riverside, Ventura and San Bernardino. NVISION Torrance specializes in refractive surgery, which includes LASIK, PRK, Cataract and Pterygium. Dr. Franklin Lusby is in his 29th year of practice. He was recruited to be the medical director for NVISION in 2001. His duties expanded to Torrance in 2011 when Dr. Wendell Wong retired. Dr. Amarpreet Brar is a Southern California native in practice since 2001. After his residency, he came back to the South Bay to start his private practice. He joined NVISION as the center’s cataract specialist in 2011, and he also does LASIK and Pterygium surgeries.

What would you like potential patients to know about you?  

“Our patients experience an unsurpassed level of care, technology and results in our area of expertise: laser vision correction and cataract surgery. With more than 1,300 eye doctors who refer their patients and trust their own eyes to NVISION surgeons, we are the Eye Doctors’ #1 Choice.”

Tell us about the staff at your practice. 

“Our staff is caring and knowledgeable and has a great deal of experience in the field. As a result, patients are put at ease when they are having surgery, and it’s evident when you are around them that they enjoy what they do and have a passion for their work. You won’t find a better blend of experience, attention to detail and compassion.”

What do you like to do for fun, when you’re not at work? 

“Dr. Lusby dabbles in woodworking. One of his patients gave him a gift of one of his winning surfboards for which Dr. Lusby built a stand. Stop by and see it, or you can see it on our website. Dr. Brar likes to spend time with his family; they like to snow ski, camp and travel.”

What does the future hold for your practice?

“Even in a challenging economy, our practice has enjoyed steady growth. We continue to embrace new, proven technology and have excellent outcomes. We are entering a new era of treatment specifically targeted at eliminating reading glasses for the baby boomer crowd and cataract surgery for the senior population.”

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