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People with vision problems have new choices to make
By Joann Groff firstname.lastname@example.org
With more than a million people signing up for Lasik surgery in the United States every year, it’s clear people are tired of toting their glasses or popping in their contacts every morning. But the truth is, not everyone is cut out for the surgery.
“Lasik is the common buzz word now,” said Dr. Rajesh Khanna, a Westlake Village eye surgeon. “People know that it’s going to be able to help them remove contact lenses and see better, but not everybody is a candidate. We have to be careful.”