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Florida LASIK and Cataract Surgeons

The Trusted LASIK Surgeons directory only lists eye surgeons who have extensive qualifications. We estimate these Florida based LASIK eye surgery and laser vision correction surgeons are among the top refractive eye surgeons performing laser eye surgery and cataract surgery in the United States. These LASIK surgery and vision correction experts also serve international patients.


Fort Lauderdale LASIK Laser Eye Surgeon Dr. Raymond Gailitis, M.D.

(954) 969-0090 Call for Appointments and Information

Florida LASIK & Cataract Serving: Fort Lauderdale, Margate, Boca Rotan, Pompano Beach, West Palm Beach, and Miami Beach. Florida State, the US and International Patients.

Dr. Raymond Gailitis, in Fort Lauderdale, Fl, has extensive qualifications and experience that Trusted LASIK Surgeons estimates place him among the top LASIK, laser eye refractive surgeons, cataract surgery experts in the United States. View Dr. Gailities' exceptional qualifications via the link above.


Fort Myers LASIK Eye Surgeon Dr. Jeffrey Robin

Dr. Jeffrey Robin is among the top 1% of LASIK surgery experts in the United States.

Appointments and Information: (239) 791-2020

Frantz EyeCare

12731 New Brittany Boulevard

Fort Myers, FL 33907

Dr. Robin serves patients in Fort Myers, Naples, Cape Coral, Punta Gorda, Lehigh Acres in Florida as well as US and international patients.


Orlando LASIK Laser Eye Surgery, Surgeon Dr. Brock Magruder

(407) 843-5665Call for Appointments and Information

Florida LASIK & Cataract LaserVue serves Central Florida, OrlandoWinter ParkCollege ParkWindermereAltamonte SpringsMaitlandLake MaryDaytona Beach, and Cape Canaveral.

Call (407) 843-5665 for Information, Consultation, & Surgery

Dr. Brock Magruder has extensive qualifications and experience that we estimate place among the top LASIK Laser Eye, refractive eye surgery and cataract surgery experts in the United States.


Tampa LASIK Laser Surgeon Dr. Lewis R. Groden, M.D.

Dr. Lewis R. Groden, M.D. has extensive professional qualifications that we estimate put him among the top 1% of LASIK and refractive surgeons in the United States.

Call for Appointments and Information:

Local: (813) 870-3937

Toll Free: (866) 755-2026

Español : (866) 921-2394


Miami LASIK Laser Eye Surgeon Dr. William Trattler M.D

(305) 598-2020 Call for Appointments and Information

Florida LASIK & Cataract serving: Pinecrest, Kendall, Coral Gables, Homestead, Hollywood, Fort Lauderdale, and the Florida Keys. Florida State, the US and International Patients.

Call (305) 598-2020 Call for Information Consultation & Surgery.

Dr. William Trattler has extensive qualifications and experience that we estimate place among the top LASIK Laser Eye surgery, refractive surgeons, and cataract surgery experts in the United States.


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