Scott Hyver, MD
2171 Junipero Serra Boulevard, Suite 410
Daly City, California 94014
Dr. Scott Hyver
Dr. Scott Hyver is the official eye doctor of the San Francisco 49ers Football Team.
Dr. Scott Hyver is a Harvard MD, a board-certified ophthalmologist and the team eye doctor of the San Francisco 49ers. He specializes in "All Laser" LASIK and PRK, and has treated such 49ers notables as head coaches Bill Walsh and Mike Nolan, team president Jed York and all-pro players Terrell Owens, Patrick Willis and Joe Staley (see more of Joe at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Mx6Vk05M8kE).
Dr. Hyver is the Official Eye Doctor and LASIK Surgeon of the San Francisco 49ers, and has performed laser vision correction on dozens of players and coaches.
Dr. Hyver is personally and intensively involved in your pre-operative care, from establishing your medical candidacy and vision correction approach to characterizing your vision error to custom-designing your treatment plan. And, Dr. Hyver always personally performs the patient's surgery.
Dr. Hyver is the owner, medical director, and surgeon of ScottHyver Visioncare, a laser vision correction practice with offices in Daly City, Santa Clara, and San Ramon, California. Dr. Hyver employs a dual diagnostic infrastructure comprising — not one — but two advanced corneal topographers: the Oculus Pentacam and the Nidek Magellan. This dual capability gives Dr. Hyver the ability to cross-check data from both devices in order to arrive at a more refined understanding of the patient's corneal geometry, giving him the basis for a more accurate assessment of the patient's medical candidacy.
Depending on the results of Dr. Hyver's evaluation, he may recommend either "All Laser" LASIK or PRK treatment, each of which includes our extended Enhancement Care Policy: http://www.scotthyver.com/vision/visionperformance.shtml.
More About Dr. Scott Hyver
Dr. Hyver obtained his undergraduate degree with honors (Summa Cum Laude and Phi Beta Kappa) from University of California, San Diego, in biochemistry, where he was valedictorian of his class and the captain of the university's soccer team. He received his MD from Harvard Medical School. He then performed his residency in ophthalmology at California Pacific Medical Center in San Francisco, and completed his fellowship training in laser and cornea refractive surgery at the Sinskey Eye Institute in Los Angeles.