Dr. Jay Schwartz
Dr. Jay L. Schwartz is arguably the most prolific refractive surgeon in the valley. Having performed over 28,000 LASIK surgeries and offering both IntraLASIK and Custom LASIK procedures, it is not hard to see why professional athletes have trusted the Schwartz Laser Eye Center since 2001. Dr. Jay L. Schwartz is the team ophthalmologist for the Phoenix Suns, Arizona Diamondbacks, world champion Phoenix Mercury and the team LASIK ophthalmologist for the Phoenix Coyotes. The Schwartz Laser Eye Center is also the official LASIK center of the Suns, Coyotes, and Diamondbacks making it easy to see why Schwartz Laser Eye Center is synonymous with professionalism. In fact, Schwartz Laser Center’s doctors spend every spring assisting numerous professional baseball teams preparing for the upcoming year. Aside from providing state-of-the-art refractive surgical options, such as the Visian ICL™, Epi-LASIK and Custom IntraLASIK surgery Dr. Jay L. Schwartz is an experienced cataract surgeon offering the most advanced cataract lens options; including the ReZoom™ multifocal lens for reading and computer vision and the AcrySof® Toric IOL to help treat astigmatism. The Schwartz Laser Eye Center is not limited to providing only surgical services; the doctors provide comprehensive eye examinations at both locations and have a wide range of both prescription glasses and sunglasses. We are confident that the Schwartz Laser Eye Center can take care of all of your eye care needs.
Dr. Schwartz's practice specializes in LASIK. He has traveled throughout the United States and Europe training other surgeons on the LASIK procedure. These locations include: Albuquerque, Chicago, Columbus, Ohio, Colorado Springs, Dallas, Denver, Nashville, Honolulu, Houston, Minneapolis, Midvale, Utah, Orem, Utah, Miami, Orlando, Quincy, Illinois, San Antonio, San Diego, Seattle, Tallahassee, Tampa and Florence, Italy. Dr. Schwartz has also trained several other surgeons from around the world at our clinic in Scottsdale, Arizona.
Dr. Schwartz graduated from the Chicago College of Osteopathic Medicine. He finished his Ophthalmology Residency at Midwestern University in Chicago, Illinois in 1997. He received fellowship training from Charles Casebeer, M.D. He has been a principle investigator in an Investigative Device Exemption (IDE) study on the Nidek laser, from which data was submitted to the FDA.
Dr. Schwartz is a Board Certified Ophthalmologist and licensed to practice medicine in Arizona, Colorado and Illinois. Dr. Schwartz moved to Arizona in 1997. He currently lives in Scottsdale, with his wife Brenda and daughter Madelyn and son Maxwell.