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Denver LASIK Center Icon LASIK Adds New Diagnostic Equipment
Date:9/18/2009

Icon LASIK Denver's new Pentacam and Orbscan offer the best pre-LASIK consultation process available anywhere. Visit Icon LASIK to get better than 20/20 results, plus LASIK only starts at $499 per eye at Icon.

Denver, CO (PRWEB) September 18, 2009 -- Denver Colorado's Icon LASIK center recently added more of the latest LASIK diagnostic equipment to its already best in class LASIK technology. This LASIK technology is now available to all patients from Grand Junction to Pueblo at Icon's Denver and Loveland LASIK locations

Denver Colorado Lasik Since 1999, Icon LASIK in Denver and since 2007 in Loveland, Icon has provided advanced laser surgery centers to more than 65,000 successful LASIK patients in Colorado. This is more than any other LASIK surgery center in Colorado.

Icon's new technology includes the latest versions of the Orbscan and Pentacam. These technologies are critical for ensuring there is a successfully surgical outcome. Simply put, it improves the odds of a LASIK patient having post surgical vision better than 20/20. 20/20 vision is considered very good, but many of Icon's patients reach outcomes that are better than 20/20. Just ask John Elway, professional windsurfer Jake Miller, and pro cyclist and marathon runner LeRoy Popowski, in addition to several other world class athletes who have taken advantage of Icon's best in Colorado technology and experience. "I would definitely recommend the Icon LASIK Denver team to anyone - pro athlete or not," adds Nate Marquardt a top UFC title contender.

Like all of Icon Denver's LASIK patients Marquardt received a free consultation. Marq
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