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Giving back to the community. St. Joseph Health System Office

E. Jason Sabet-Peyman, MD

  • Ophthalmology
    (Board Certified)
Additional Language Spoken
Farsi, Spanish
301 W. Bastanchury Rd.
Suite 190
Fullerton, CA 92835
Accepting New Patients

Primary Office

301 W. Bastanchury Rd.
Suite 190
Fullerton, CA 92835
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(714) 449-1940
(714) 449-1988

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Medical Groups & Affiliations
  • St. Jude Affiliated Physician
  • Meet The Doctor

    Specialties & Education

    Primary Specialties
    • Ophthalmology
    Secondary Specialties
    • Plastic/Reconstructive Surgery
    • College
      University of California at Berkeley- Berkeley, CA
    • Medical School
      Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine- Baltimore, MD
    • Internship
      St. Mary Medical Center- Long Beach, CA
    • Residency
      USC Doheney Eye Institute- Los Angeles, CA
    • Fellowship
      Duke Eye Center- Durham, NC
  • Biography



    As a board-certified ophthalmologist and highly trained oculoplastic surgeon, Dr. Peyman completed his training at two of the nation’s top eye centers: his residency at USC’s Doheny Eye Institute, followed by a two-year fellowship dedicated exclusively to ophthalmic reconstructive and cosmetic surgery at Duke Eye Center. This unique background and training place him among a very small, select group of surgeons.

    By combining the precision and microsurgery of ophthalmology with the reconstructive and aesthetic concepts of plastic surgery, he brings unusual expertise to functional, medical and cosmetic issues of the eyelid, eyebrow, eye socket, and tear system. Published in peer-reviewed journals and a contributor to a surgical textbook, Dr. Peyman provides expert evaluation, management and surgical treatment to children and adults.

    Recent community service projects in Ethiopia and Bolivia allowed him to benefit many individuals in each country, performing dozens of surgeries as well as training local physicians on oculoplastic techniques.

    Dr. Sabet-Peyman's areas of interest include:

    Reconstructive & Functional Oculoplastics

    • Eyelid lift for ptosis (droopy eyelids)
    • Correction of eyelid malpositions (inverted or everted eyelids)
    • Eyelid reconstruction (after cancer or trauma)
    • Removal of eyelid lesions
    • Electro-hyfrecation to permanently remove misdirected eyelashes
    • Correction of eyelid closure due to facial nerve weakness (Bell’s Palsy)
    • Botox injections or surgical correction of blepharospasm

    Orbital Oncology & Surgery

    • Biopsy and removal of orbital (eye socket) tumors
    • Surgical decompression for thyroid (Graves) eye disease
    • Eye socket reconstruction
    • Repair of orbital trauma and fractures
    • Correction of congenital malformations
    • Surgical management of orbital infections

    Tear Duct Surgery

    • External or endoscopic reconstruction of the tear drainage system to relieve a tear duct blockage(Dacryocystorhinostomy or Endoscopic DCR)
    • Tear drainage system probing with stent placement
    • Repair of the tear drainage system following trauma or surgery

    Periocular Rejuvenation & Cosmetic Surgery

    • Blepharoplasty for upper and lower eyelids
    • Asian double eyelid surgery
    • Forehead, mid-face and brow lift
    • Cosmetic ptosis (droopy lids)
    • Botox and facial fillers
    • Laser skin resurfacing (fractionated ablative CO2 resurfacing)