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Mosaddegh Eye Institute

Our team of ophthalmology and optometry doctors is dedicated to providing personalized and compassionate eye care using the latest, most innovative medical and surgical techniques.

We have designed our website to provide you with educational information about eye conditions and vision correction options.

However, to learn more about your unique eyesight, we invite you to schedule an appointment. The expert diagnosis and information we will provide will help you make an informed decision about how to proceed with treatment options.

We look forward to meeting you!

Lillie A. Mosaddegh, M.D.



Learn More About Cataract

Upgraded procedure with specialized IOLs and advanced technologies to improve vision


Learn More About Optical

Specialty lens options for your optical eyewear and also the prescription sunglasses


Learn More About Dry Eye Treatment

When the eyes do not produce sufficient tears or the tears evaporate too quickly


Free Virtual Consultation

Non-invasive, minimally invasive, & surgical procedures to improve cosmetic features


Learn More About Glaucoma

Usually caused by an increase in the fluid pressure in the eye - over production of fluid


No More Eyeglasses

Use of lasers to reshape the eye's front surface and fixing vision problems


Dr. Mosaddegh operating
on her own husband.

Treatment for cataracts involves surgical removal of the cloudy lens and replacing it with an artificial intraocular lens (IOL). Cataract surgery is a safe and effective procedure, usually performed on an outpatient basis. It can significantly improve vision and quality of life.

Monofocal lenses, a type of intraocular lens (IOL), serve a vital role in cataract surgery and the correction of common refractive errors such as myopia (nearsightedness), hyperopia (farsightedness), and astigmatism. Unlike multifocal lenses that offer varying focal points for near and distant vision, monofocal lenses are designed with a single focus point.

Toric lenses are specialized contacts created to address astigmatism, a condition where the eye’s shape causes blurry vision at varying distances. These lenses have distinct powers across different parts of the lens, correcting the irregularity and improving visual clarity.

Multifocal lenses, a specialized form of intraocular lens (IOL), are utilized in cataract surgery and various refractive procedures to expand the scope of vision beyond what monofocal lenses offer. Unlike their monofocal counterparts, which concentrate on a single focal point, multifocal lenses boast multiple focal points, effectively accommodating both near and distant vision needs.

Light-adjustable lenses (LALs) are special intraocular lenses (IOLs) used in cataract surgery. They can be precisely altered after implantation using UV light. These lenses are made of a photosensitive material that reacts to specific UV wavelengths. This feature allows ophthalmologists to fine-tune the lens power after surgery, providing personalized vision correction without additional invasive procedures.


LipiFlow is a medical device used for the treatment of meibomian gland dysfunction (MGD), a common condition that can contribute to dry eye disease. MGD occurs when the meibomian glands, which produce the oily layer of tears, become blocked or dysfunctional.

IPL therapy uses broad-spectrum light pulses to treat skin conditions like sun damage, acne, and rosacea in dermatology, and it’s sometimes used off-label for certain eye conditions like dry eye syndrome. The light targets specific cells or tissues, stimulating healing responses for skin or improving meibomian gland function in the eyes. Treatment typically involves multiple sessions over weeks, and its effectiveness can vary.

TearCare is an in-office treatment targeting evaporative dry eye caused by meibomian gland dysfunction (MGD). It uses a device to apply controlled heat to the eyelids, helping clear gland blockages and improve tear quality. This therapy aims to alleviate chronic dry eye symptoms by addressing the root cause.

BlephEx is a procedure that cleans and exfoliates eyelids to address conditions like blepharitis. Using a specialized device, it removes debris and bacteria from the eyelid margins, aiming to reduce inflammation and symptoms such as redness and dryness. It’s often part of managing chronic eyelid issues under professional guidance.

Dr. Mosaddegh operating
on her husband.


LASIK surgery is a popular refractive surgical procedure aimed at correcting vision problems like myopia (nearsightedness), hyperopia (farsightedness), and astigmatism. During LASIK surgery, a laser is used to reshape the cornea, the transparent front part of the eye, to improve how light is focused onto the retina, thereby enhancing vision.

  1. Improved Vision

  2. Quick Recovery

  3. Painless Procedure

  4. Enhanced Lifestyle

  5. Long-lasting Results

LASIK is widely regarded as a painless procedure, largely due to the numbing eye drops administered beforehand. While some may feel minor pressure or discomfort during the brief surgery, most don’t experience pain. Afterward, there might be mild discomfort or a gritty feeling in the eyes during the initial healing phase, but severe pain is rare.

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Meet The Doctors

Providing Comprehensive Vision Care For Over 20 Years
To Thousands Of Satisfied Patients

Dr. Lillie Mosaddegh

Board Certified Ophthalmologist - Dry Eye Expert

4th of July Holiday

Thank you for visiting. We are out of the office today. We appreciate your patience and look forward to assisting you when we return. Happy and safe 4th of July!

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