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Illinois LASIK Surgeons

Trusted LASIK Surgeons only list surgeons with qualifications that we estimate are among the top 1% of LASIK / Laser / Cataract eye care refractive surgeons performing surgery in the United States.

Review our qualification process, the surgeons profiles, and select a surgeon with confidence.

By arranging a consultation with a true LASIK, Laser, Cataract surgery expert, a trusted eye surgeon, and vision care specialist you will gain advice, wisdom, expertise, of a profoundly qualified vision specialist at an exceptional value.

Eye Surgeons listed at Trusted LASIK Eye Surgeons serve, Illinois, the United States, and International clients.


Chicago LASIK Laser Cataract Eye Surgeon Dimitri T Azar, M.D.

Dr. Dimitri Azar, MD, is Dean of the University of Illinois College of Medicine, where he also serves as Professor of Ophthalmology, Cornea Service, and B.A. Field Endowed Chair of Ophthalmologic Research. He is also Director of the Millennium Park Eye Center at the Illinois Eye and Ear Infirmary of the Chicago College of Medicine. He is among the top LASIK and refractive surgeons in Chicago, Illinois, and has extensive qualifications that Trusted LASIK Surgeon estimates place him within an elite circle comprising the top 1% of LASIK and refractive surgeons performing eye surgery in the United States.

The Millennium Park Eye Center: (312) 996-2020

Illinois LASIK Surgeons have offices serving: AddisonBolingbrookChampaignChicagoDarienDowners GroveElmhurst, EvanstonGlencoeHickory HillsJolietLa GrangeLombard, MarionMaywoodNorthbrook, Oak Forest, Oak Lawn, Oak ParkOrland ParkPalos HeightsRantoulSkokieTinley ParkUrbanaWheatonWillowbrookWilmetteWinnetka, and Woodridge.

Trusted LASIK Eye Surgeons are serving Chicago's local communities, Illinois, the United States, as well the International client.

Communities in Illinois including:

Addison | Arlington Heights | Barrington | Bolingbrook | Buffalo Grove Carol Stream | Carpentersville | Champaign | Chicago | Darien Downers Grove | Elgin | Elmhurst | Evanston | Glencoe Gurnee | Hanover Park | Hickory Hills | Highland Park | Hoffman Estates | Joliet | La Grange | Lake Forest | Lake Villa | Libertyville Lombard | Marion | Maywood | Northbrook | Oak Forest Oak Lawn | Oak Park | Orland Park | Palatine | Palos Heights Rantoul | Roselle | Schaumburg | Skokie | Streamwood Tinley Park | Urbana | Vernon Hills | Waukegan | Wheaton Wheeling | Willowbrook | Wilmette | Winnetka | Woodridge

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