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Make an Appointment: (949) 855-1101
Dr. Neyssan Tebyani is a board-certified urologist. He graduated from UCLA medical school in 1995 and received many honors, including Top Medical Graduate and The Warren Medal. He completed his general surgery and urological surgery training at the Kaiser-Permanente medical center in Los Angeles. Dr. Tebyani continued his training in Germany where he expanded his skills in laparoscopy and minimally invasive surgery. Dr. Tebyani also has completed advanced training on the da Vinci® Robotic Surgery system and has been certified by Intuitive Surgical. He has been involved in various research projects, published scientific papers, and contributed to urology textbooks.
Since 2001, Dr. Tebyani has been practicing in Orange County, California. He practices adult urology dealing with a variety of urological problems including prostate problems, kidney stones, incontinence, and various cancers involving the urinary tract. Dr. Tebyani focuses on robotic-assisted surgery and minimally invasive approaches that achieve excellent outcomes, while minimizing patient discomfort. This includes robotic-assisted removal of the prostate gland, which results in less blood loss and quicker recovery.
Dr. Tebyani and his wife, who is also a physician, live in Newport Beach.
UC Los Angeles School of Medicine
Kaiser Permanente - Los Angeles
26800 Crown Valley Parkway
Mission Viejo, CA
Office: (949) 855-1101
16305 Sand Canyon
26991 Crown Valley Parkway
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