‘Tis the Season for Good Vision and Cheer

Laser vision correction surgery becoming the gift of choice for the holidays as people across the country purchase the procedure for family and friends

Lake Worth, FL, January 09, 2007 --(PR.com)-- If the thought of holiday gift-giving brings visions of fruitcakes and ugly sweaters to your head, then look for a non-traditional gift this season that your loved one will not dread.

Within the past few weeks, sales of gift certificates for laser vision correction surgery have increased as people across the country give the gift of clear vision to family members and close friends.

While most people don’t think of giving laser vision correction surgery as a gift, it is the perfect present that can literally change the way the recipient sees the world. With more and more people going into laser vision centers across the country everyday, giving the procedure as a holiday gift can be the perfect present for someone with imperfect eyesight.

“We have already sold a large amount of gift certificates, and sales of the certificates are rapidly increasing as we approach the holidays,” said Chris Edwards, chief marketing officer of The LASIK Vision Institute (http://www.lasikvisioninstitute.com), a leading provider of laser vision correction services. “Laser vision correction surgery takes less than 15 minutes in most cases, and once a person has had the procedure, it can forever change their lives. It is the perfect holiday gift that keeps on giving for the rest of the recipient’s life.”

The LASIK Vision Institute uses the CustomVue technology, considered to be one of the most accurate, highest-quality and technologically advanced laser vision correction procedures available. The procedure designs a distinct correction for each eye, with unprecedented levels of measurement accuracy and treatment precision.

For the gift-giving season, The LASIK Vision Institute is offering significant discounts for procedures scheduled by January 31, 2007.

The LASIK Vision Institute owns all of its laser equipment, and can provide significantly lower pricing than other laser vision correction providers who rent their lasers and must pay per-procedure fees to equipment manufacturers.

The LASIK Vision Institute (LVI) provides laser vision correction services through the company’s 30 upscale laser correction centers located in 23 states across the country. LVI uses CustomVue by VISX Technology, the latest state-of-the-art FDA-approved laser technology, in each of its centers. Procedures are performed by experienced independent eye surgeons who have completed more than 500,000 eye surgeries, with pre and postoperative visits along with patient counseling available at all locations. Unlike other eye surgery providers, LVI owns its laser equipment and can offer consumers pricing significantly below other providers while maintaining a high standard of service from the best quality physicians. More information is available at www.lasikvisioninstitute.com.

The Lasik Vision Institute
Shirley Bonner