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Diamond Vision Announces New and Generous Promotion on its iLASIK in NYC Procedure
Date:9/9/2013

NEW YORK, Sept. 9, 2013 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Diamond Vision, a medical facility that offers LASIK in NYC, New Jersey and Connecticut, has just announced a new and very generous promotion on its innovative iLASIK package. For people who are interested in having iLASIK NYC area Diamond Vision will take $2,000 off the regular price of its best refractive surgery package.

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Dr. Steven Stetson, MD, the Medical Director of Diamond Vision, recently posted a blog on the Diamond Vision website that explains what sets iLASIK apart from traditional LASIK eye surgery.

According to Dr. Stetson, iLASIK involves using exclusively customized wavefront-guided VISX laser technology, which he said is the best the industry has to offer. The iLASIK procedure combines intralase bladeless flap technology, which results in outstanding visual outcomes as well as quicker and more accurate healing. Although some of his competitors also offer this type of LASIK eye surgery in New York, Dr. Stetson said the price that his clinic is offering—which in most cases is around 20 percent less than other locations—makes Diamond Vision the clear choice for the iLASIK procedure.

"With state of the art diagnostics, corneal strength testing that the other centers don't have, and award-winning surgeons, our value speaks for itself," Dr. Stetson wrote, adding that those who would like to read more about the iLASIK procedure can click on a study that i
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