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

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"Remember, iLasik is more than just LASIK, it's a totally customized procedure, specific to you and your eyes alone, combined with the most precise bladeless laser flap technology money can buy."

As Dr. Stetson noted, patients can rest assured that they are getting top-quality care at Diamond Vision. The facility was named by Forbes magazine as one of the Top 10 Lasik Practices in the Nation. In addition, the caring and experienced physicians and staff at Diamond Vision are committed to working with their patients as their vision needs change over time. In addition to iLASIK and LASIK surgery, Diamond Vision also offers cataract surgery and other procedures. As Dr. Stetson wrote, having continuity with a team of medical professionals that already knows their patients and their eyes is priceless.

Anybody who would like to learn more about Diamond Vision is welcome to visit the practice's website; there, they can read more about iLASIK and the other procedures that are offered there, as well as testimonials from patients whose lives and eyesight changed for the better after undergoing a procedure at Diamond Vision.

About Diamond Vision:

Since 2001, Diamond Vision, a team of talented and experienced professionals led for the last 8 years by Dr. Steven Stetson, have offered LASIK and laser eye surgery in New York, New Jersey and Connecticut. Before leading Diamond Vision, Dr. Stetson was chief of the prestigious U.S. Air Force Academy's Laser Eye Surgery center, where he was honored to be the first surgeon in the Air Force to perform Lasik on active duty airmen. For more information, please visit http://www.diamondvision.com

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