Go In with Your Eyes Open

Schuler, Lou
July 2001
Men's Health;Jul/Aug2001, Vol. 16 Issue 6, p80
Offers a three-step plan for a successful Lasik eye surgery. Characteristics of a person not advisable for a Lasik surgery; Selection of surgeon; Questions that should be asked to the surgeon.


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