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Atlanta LASIK Surgery Facility Receives Kudzu Best of 2012 Award
Date:2/8/2013

Atlanta, Ga. (PRWEB) February 08, 2013

This week Atlanta LASIK surgery facility, the Atlanta Vision Institute, received Kudzu’s Best of 2012 award as voted by Kudzu users. Every year, Kudzu honors only the most popular businesses across a multitude of service categories. Based on thousands of votes, the Atlanta Vision Institute was a recipient of the Best of 2012 award last year, beating out many other companies in the health industry.

Kudzu is a premium online directory that helps people find a desired business in various locations. Kudzu is a free, user-friendly tool with great features like detailed reviews for the public to peruse. Kudzu users can choose to post their own reviews of services they’ve utilized by signing up on Kudzu at no charge. The Kudzu website receives nearly 17,000 visitors a month, making it one of the highest quality directories for businesses.

“We are very honored to receive the Kudzu Best of 2012 award,” says Dr. Ashraf. “Kudzu is a great way for people to read about our solutions and treatments for their vision and/or eye-related issues. Our goal is to provide an even higher level of satisfaction for the 2013 year.”

Dr. Ashraf is a board certified ophthalmologist who specializes in LASIK surgery in Atlanta, Georgia. The Atlanta Vision Institute houses only the safest and most advanced technology for all procedures, including the fifth-generation IntraLase iFS™ Laser for laser vision correction.

With degrees and training from the Medical College of Ohio, the National Institutes of Health in Maryland, George Washington University, Johns Hopkins University and the world-renowned Wilmer Eye Institute, Dr. Ashraf has successfully performed over 40,000 LASIK surgeries and continues to meet the needs of all his patients.

In addition to Kudzu, the Atlanta Vision Institute can be found via popular social media platforms such as Facebook, Pinterest, Google+, YouTube,
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