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Actor Kamar Des Los Reyes has LASIK with Dr. Khanna
Date:5/6/2010

Days of our lives, Law & Order actor Kamar Des Los Reyes actor has wavefront Lasik surgery with the Khanna Institute of Lasik.

(Vocus) May 6, 2010 -- Accomplished actor Kamar Des Los Reyes and Los Angeles Lasik surgeon Dr. Rajesh Khanna first met at an event for the ALMA awards. Kamar expressed that he had struggled with glasses, contacts and poor vision for years. Kamar then visited the Khanna Institute where he was screened for the LASIK procedure; Dr. Khanna discussed his vision needs and conducted thorough exams, verifying that Kamar was an excellent candidate for the wavefront Lasik procedure. Wavefront Lasik is a safe and effective advanced eye procedure. During surgery a small flap of corneal tissue is created, followed by the application of a cool laser beam directed to the cornea. The laser works to reshape the cornea . And finally the protective flap is put back which sticks like a natural band aid. The procedure itself takes less than 5 minutes and can correct a wide range of vision problems. The day of the surgery went extremely well and Kamar and wife Sherrie Saum (One live to Live Actress) were immensely pleased with his new vision. Due to the advanced technology and surgical skills implemented by Dr. Khanna, Kamar now has exceptional vision and is able to see without the use of glasses or contacts.

Kamar is a successful American Actor, singer and dancer; his most noted work includes his role on the popular soap opera “One Life to Live”. Kamar has additionally starred in numerous films and has appeared in several television shows including; Law and Order SVU, E.R. and CSI. Over the years he has been acknowledged for his work and receiving an ALMA Award for outstanding performance in a daytime drama. He was also awarded the HOLA Jose Ferrer Te
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