NVISION Eye Centers Torrance

  • Address

    23550 Hawthorne Blvd., Suite 220, Torrance

  • Phone


  • Website


  • L to R

    Susan Shin, OD, Amarpreet S. Brar, MD, Franklin W. Lusby, MD, Lawrence Yu, OD

  • Special Section

    Health Professionals

Services Offered

  • Refractive eye surgery – LASIK & PRK
  • Cataract surgery – multifocal & light adjustable lens (LAL)
  • RLE – refractive lens exchange
  • ICL – implantable collamer lenses

“Our mission is to offer unsurpassed outcomes and visual results for each patient.”


NVISION is an ophthalmology practice that specializes in refractive surgery. That is the practice of freeing people from being dependent on glasses or contact lenses. We have a great team of personnel that allows us to deliver exceptional results. Also, our larger team of physicians allows us to draw on each other for advice when it comes to complex cases. 

My wife and I raised our two children in Torrance and have lived in the South Bay for more than 20 years. It is a great place to live, and the community is wonderful. I felt it was important to practice in the community where I live. 

Top Tip: Always wear your sunglasses; they will protect your eyes and keep away wrinkles.


At NVISION, we can directly change a patient’s health and daily life through the improvement of their vision. We ask patients about their passions, hobbies and priorities to ensure that we give them the vision they need to continue their life pursuits. 

The South Bay is a wonderful bubble of diversity of cultures and people combined with an incredible variety of nature and landscapes. Some people may view living in a bubble as a negative, but I love that I can find everything I’d ever need to be happy in the South Bay. The life offerings here seem to make our residents more balanced and easygoing. 

Top Tips: Achieving wellness needs constant dedication that can sometimes feel like a chore. By portioning our big goals into achievable little daily goals, we can eventually reach our target without feeling overwhelmed. Also, water is critical to the overall wellness of our bodies and especially our eyes. When the body is dehydrated, the eyes become strained and can cause blurry vision, fatigue, and feelings of grittiness and sandiness. Drinking water keeps your eyes happy and working well. 


I grew up in Asia, so as an adult it is important for me to live and work in a close community that is diverse and appreciative of different cultures. The South Bay is the perfect place. I’ve been working here for the last 20 years—not only because I love my job but because I love the South Bay. The perfect weather doesn’t hurt either!

To find balance, I carve out time for myself. Spending time with family and friends is important, but you also need to make sure you feel relaxed and decompressed. Make time to do something that makes you feel centered and content.

Top Tip: The South Bay enjoys the sun nearly 365 days a year, which means we should all be wearing sunglasses as much as possible. Sun exposure is associated with growth on the white part of the eye (pinguecula), early cataracts, age-related macular degeneration and wrinkles around the eyes. Enjoy the L.A. lifestyle, but protect your eyes. Teach your children to do the same!


Our practice focuses on laser vision correction (as well as other non-laser procedures to eliminate glasses and contact lenses) and cataract surgery featuring the latest laser and lens implant technologies. We enjoy a large number of referrals from satisfied patients and from other eye doctors in the community who have recognized the consistency and excellence of our results. Our mission is to offer unsurpassed outcomes and visual results for each patient by maintaining the highest level of diagnostic and therapeutic techniques as well as expert-level surgeon training and experience

I don’t think of my “work life” as “work.” I love the fact that I don’t dread when Monday morning rolls around. I enjoy my time off, but if a colleague calls me on the weekend with a question or concern, I’m happy to discuss the matter.

Top Tip: Rubbing the eyes can create real, long-term, difficult-to-treat eye problems. Don’t let your kids rub their eyes. If they do, look for a cause like allergies and seek treatment to help them stop rubbing.