Summer is, without a doubt, the best time of the year. Once the blue skies and beaming sun decide to stick around, people start throwing themselves into fun activities and adventures with friends and family. That’s why summertime is LASIK time! Nobody likes having to hassle with glasses and contacts while they’re on the go …Read More
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