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Opinion Express Labels Dr.Rajesh Khanna as the Doc with Midas Touch
Date:3/10/2010

medical field. Dr. Khanna’s ultimate goal is to help those with vision impairments regain sight and enjoy the multitude of colors the world has to offer.

Dr. Rajesh Khanna, , is a Refractive Cataract surgeon in Los Angeles. He is the founder and medical director of The Khanna Institute of Lasik and Refractive Surgery. Dr. Khanna is one the pioneers of Lasik eye surgery and is currently at the forefront for advanced eye procedures. He is an experienced and skilled Wave front LASIK, PRELEX and cataract surgeon, today he has preformed over thousands of eye procedures on patients all over southern California Dr. Khanna has performed vision enhancements on many celebrities and athletes alike, those we are able disclose include; actor Corbin Blue from High School Musical, Disney channel star Brenda Song and Bas Rutten MMA and UFC champion fighter.

Contact: Kelly Schneider Rajesh Khanna, MD Khanna Institute of Lasik Surgery 240 S La Cienga Blvd Beverly Hills 90211 Phone: 805-230-2126 Fax: 805-230-2199 http://www.khannainstitute.com

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