Pterygium Removal with
WhiterEyes® for Improved Confidence

Before WhiterEyes®

Four weeks after WhiterEyes®

Hear from patients who had WhiterEyes® Conjunctivoplasty

(results will vary patient to patient)

  • Do you feel LESS CONFIDENT because of your eye appearance?
  • Has your self-esteem been reduced because of your eyes?
  • Do notice a red lump/growth on the inside corner of your eyes?
  • Are you bothered by the appearance of your eyes?
  • Do you notice your eyes become red after being outside with wind or any minor irritant?
  • Are you addicted to “get the red out” drops?
  • Do you avoid making eye contact?
  • Are you nervous or self-conscious to be around other people?
  • Have you seen multiple eye doctors without answers?
  • Do your eyes look unhealthy?

If you answered YES to any of the above questions, you may a candidate for Pterygium removal with WhiterEyes® Conjunctivoplasty procedure. This procedure is a reality and can help you stop suffering with the appearance of your eyes. Not only can you reduce the lumps/growths on the whites of the eyes, but you might notice an overall improvement in the whiteness of the eyes. WhiterEyes® Conjunctivoplasty has been the solution for thousands of people who suffered as you are.

» Learn more about the WhiterEyes® Conjunctivoplasty procedure for pterygium removal, simply click here to schedule a consultation or complimentary photo review via e-mail or for personalized attention call (310) 594-5209.

Before and After Examples

(Results will vary person to person)

Before I-BRITE
Before WhiterEyes®

One month after I-BRITE
1 month after WhiterEyes®

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1 Month After WhiterEyes®

Before I-BRITE
Before WhiterEyes®

One month after I-BRITE
1 month after WhiterEyes®

Before I-BRITE
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1 Year After WhiterEyes®

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1 Year After WhiterEyes®

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Pterygium in both eyes treated with WhiterEyes® Conjunctivoplasty after Multiple Other Treatments

Large Pterygium Removed from Left Eye After Consulting with Other Doctors, He Felt As Ease Seeing Dr. Brian

Karen is back 1 month after WhiterEyes® Eye Whitening procedure for Pterygium

Are You a Candidate?

You can e-mail a close-up picture of your eyes to learn if WhiterEyes® Conjunctivoplasty might be right for you. Simply e-mail and request a “Photo Review for WhiterEyes® Conjunctivoplasty.”

*Final candidacy will be determined during an exam with Dr. Brian.

WhiterEyes® Procedure

Below are examples of eyes that can benefit from WhiterEyes® Conjunctivoplasty
(note that results will vary person to person)

Examples of eyes that can benefit from I-BRITE® Eye Whitening Examples of eyes that can benefit from I-BRITE® Eye Whitening Examples of eyes that can benefit from I-BRITE® Eye Whitening

The environment can be hard on the eyes. A combination of exposure to pollution, sunlight, dusty environments, or smoke can cause permanent changes in your eyes, making them look bloodshot and unhealthy even though you feel 100% perfect. In addition, patients may also notice a slight yellowing or brown spots on the white eyes over time. This covers the white eyes underneath.

This is a 100% no-stitch procedure. It is typically a 15 minute procedure and you can usually resume work and your daily routine within 1-7 days. The whiter eye results are often visible within 4-6 weeks after the procedure. As with any procedure, individual results will vary primarily due to differences in healing responses.

Patients may note a scratchy sensation for a period of days, dryness of the eyes, light sensitivity, and/or recurrence of blood vessels. Other risks include scleral thinning and infection – which are rare. We conducted a review of 899 patients (1,786 procedures) who had WhiterEyes® which showed light sensitivity beyond 6 months occurred in 3 patients (0.4%). In most cases, once the eyes heal patients frequently report their eyes feel more moist and comfortable than prior to the procedure. When you come in for your consultation, Dr. Brian will discuss the risks of the WhiterEyes® procedure with you. Side effects are uncommon and treatable in the rare case should they occur.

Dr. Brian’s Landmark Study Found Poor UV Protection in Car Side Windows – That Can Increase Risk of Brown Spots on Left Eyes, Left Sided Skin Cancer, and Cataracts

Before and After Gallery

RP Berfore
Before WhiterEyes®

RP after
Nine months after WhiterEyes®

DT before sx
Before WhiterEyes®

DT After
16 months after WhiterEyes®

JR before IBRITE
Before WhiterEyes®

JR after
Ten months after WhiterEyes®

RS before
Before WhiterEyes®

RS after
Five months after WhiterEyes®

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Frequently Asked Questions:

What are Pterygium?

Pterygium are growths that form on the conjunctiva, or clear membrane that covers the eye. Pterygium are red growths of excessive blood vessels on white part of the eye which can also grow onto the cornea. They are typically benign (non-cancerous) and do not pose a significant health risk, although are often associated with Dry Eye, Inflammation, Irritation, Foreign Body Sensation, and Discomfort. They can also lead to Contact Lens Intolerance and cause visual disturbance if they advance on to the cornea.

For most people however, the appearance of these growths is the most significant factor even though your eyes may feel completely normal. Something as simple as seeing your eyes in the mirror, or someone asking if you have been crying or smoking drugs profoundly affects self-esteem and disturbs social interactions.

What causes these growths?

These growths are caused by exposure to sunlight and other environmental irritants such as wind, pollution, smoke, and dust. People often refer to the condition as “Surfer’s Eye,” due to the fact that many surfers suffer from this due to their prolonged exposure to sunlight without protection.

How can I avoid Pterygium from developing?

Protecting the eyes from environmental factors is the best way to prevent Pterygium. It can also help to slow the progression of the growths after diagnosis. Wearing sunglasses and hats, along with instilling artificial tears when exposed, are some simple solutions.

Dr. Brian recommends to have a clear UV film placed on the side windows of your car since you get a lot of UV exposure from driving. Left-sided skin cancer on the face and left-sided cataracts are more common because of drivers’ UV exposure in the car.

What treatment is available to remove Pterygium?

Dr. Brian’s WhiterEyes® Conjunctivoplasty procedure is extremely effective in removing these unpleasant growths. A multitude of patients have already experienced the positive effect of clear, whiter eyes in their lives thanks to WhiterEyes® Conjunctivoplasty.

This 20-minute procedure is 100% no-stitch out-patient procedure performed in the comforst of Dr. Brian’s procedure room at his office. No scary surgery center or hospital is required for this procedure. Usually you can resume work and your normal routine within 2-7 days. The results are typically fully seen 8 – 18 weeks after the procedure.

Why is Dr. Brian’s procedure better than other doctors?

Dr. Brian’s technique is more than just the removal of tissue growths. He also pays special detail to address and remove the excessive blood vessels and/or discoloration that are secondary to the growths. Most other doctors are not concerned with the cosmetic appearance of the eye beyond the growths.

In addition, Dr. Brian is able to perform this procedure WITHOUT the need for AMT (amniotic membrane transplantation) or sutures. This dramatically reduces the risk for visible scarring and irregular tissue growth. Dr. Brian is very meticulous and carefully addresses each layer of the tissue to provide the best cosmetic result.

What can I expect after the procedure?

Patients can usually return to work and their normal routines within 2-7 days after the procedure. It is possible to experience a scratchy or irritated sensation for a few days, as well as some light sensitivity. A small percentage of patients may have some recurrence of blood vessels around the site that growths were removed as well as the growth could begin to reappear. Other rare risks include infection and scleral thinning. We reviewed 1240 eyes that underwent WhiterEyes® and found 3 patients that experienced light sensitivity beyond 6 months (0.4%).

Pterygium recurrence with Dr. Brian’s WhiterEyes® Conjunctivoplasty is very low at 7% – this is the lowest rate among all techniques for Pterygium. Most patients report once the eyes healed they felt the eyes were more moist and comfortable prior to the procedure. Dr. Brian will discuss the risks of the WhiterEyes® procedure in more detail as well as any of your other questions during your consultation.

In order to maximize the long-term effects of the procedure, it is strongly recommended to complete the postoperative eye drop regimen fully and to always use proper protection from sunlight (sunglasses and hats). It is also recommended to instill eye drops whenever your eyes feel dry, or when you know they may be exposed to harsh environmental conditions.

Are You a Candidate?

You can e-mail a close-up picture of your eyes to learn if WhiterEyes® Conjunctivoplasty might be right for you. Simply e-mail to and request a “Photo Review for WhiterEyes® Conjunctivoplasty.”

*Final candidacy will be determined during an exam with Dr. Brian.

Bloodshot eyes and eyes with yellowish or brownish growths may keep you from looking healthy, alert and at your best.

Typically this procedure takes 15 minutes per eye and can improve the appearance of eyes … and your life.

In most cases, this delicate procedure involves removing the thin membrane that holds most of the unsightly red veins and yellow or brown material. After removal, a new membrane grows back in its place. That’s how your eyes can become whiter and brighter. Many people even feel their self-confidence is improved afterwards along with being able to look people in the eyes again and looking well-rested.

WHO IS HAVING WhiterEyes®? WhiterEyes® is not just a procedure for celebrities. It’s for ANYONE who is suffering from the appearance of bloodshot, yellow or brown-spotted eyes. People from all over the United States and other countries are routinely flying in for a 3-day visit for Dr. Brian to help them.

Here’s a brief list of occupations of patients who had WhiterEyes®: doctors (including surgeons), nurses, attorneys, pharmacists, actors, actresses, supermodels, TV hosts, professional athletes, sales people, consultants, mothers, fathers, financial planners, executives, gardeners, accountants, cashiers, therapists, retired men and women, drivers, office workers, manual laborers, etc. And the list goes on and on.

You might be wondering, “Who is Dr. Brian?” Please Click Here to learn more about him.

WhiterEyes® can also be used to remove pinguecule (raised bumps on white part of eye) as shown below:

Before Pinguecula Removal
Before Pinguecula Removal

After Pinguecula Removal
After Pinguecula Removal

“Dr. Brian” (as patients affectionately call him) is recognized as one of the world’s leading pioneers in eye procedures. Patients have come from all over to see him with the expectations of having life-changing, fresh-looking, “brighter, whiter eyes.”

Close your eyes for a moment and visualize what your life would be like with “whiter eyes.” Imagine not relying on those “get-the-red-out” drops like you do now. It’s not necessarily a dream anymore. It is possible to be your new reality.

Don’t Live in the Beverly Hills, Los Angeles Area?  That’s Not A Problem.

If you live outside of Southern California, that’s not a problem.

p-plane-smallEvery week, patients fly in to meet with Dr. Brian from other parts of the United States, even from all over the world (as far away as United Kingdom, Australia and even China) for Nevus of Ota Treatment with WhiterEyes® Conjunctivoplasty. Our friendly and helpful staff will make your visit to our office “easy and simple” with helpful suggestions on hotels, activities and transportation while you are in town.

If you don’t live local, the first step is to e-mail some close-up photographs of your eyes to Free of charge, Dr. Brian will personally review your photos to preliminary determine if WhiterEyes® Conjunctivoplasty might be right for you. Please take the following 5 photos of your eyes:

  • Right Eye – looking straight ahead
  • Left Eye – looking straight ahead
  • Both Eyes – looking up at the ceiling, keeping head in straight position, only move eyes
  • Both Eyes – looking to the far right, keeping head in straight position, only move eyes
  • Both Eyes – looking to the far left, keeping head in straight position, only move eyes

Based on these photos Dr. Brian will be able to provide a preliminary determination of candidacy for WhiterEyes® Conjunctivoplasty and an estimated cost for YOUR procedure. After this preliminary approval, you can schedule a in-person consultation and treatment over an easy 3-day visit to our office in Beverly Hills, California. Please understand – photo review is a preliminary evaluation and the final treatment plan and final pricing will be confirmed with you during your in-office consultation with Dr. Brian.

Learn more about flying in for WhiterEyes® Conjunctivoplasty – CLICK HERE

» You can also find out more about the easy and worry-free process, by simply calling (310) 594-5209 and speak to one of our friendly patient counselors.

Why are waiting to find relief? Learn if you are a candidate for Nevus of Ota Treatment!

WhiterEyes® Conjunctivoplasty might be right for you, find out by e-mailing a close-up picture of your eyes to and request a “Free WhiterEyes® Conjunctivoplasty Photo Review.” *Note: final determination for candidacy is be determined by Dr. Brian during your in-person examination (performed over an easy 3-day visit to Beverly Hills, California).

Request the “must know” facts and “insider” information by requesting your copy of the WhiterEyes® Conjunctivoplasty Consumer Report. This report will show how Nevus of Ota Treatment will help reveal whiter and brighter eyes.

Please call our office to speak with our friendly staff to schedule an evaluation – 310-860-1900 or email