Removing the Fine PrintHow asterisks and miniscule fonts in LASIK print ads continue to hurt the refractive surgery market.

For the first time in a long while, things are looking up in refractive surgery. Customized procedures are gaining acceptance, safer alternatives to traditional microkeratomes are proving their worth, and the first accommodative lens implant (albeit as a replacement for cataract surgery) has been approved. That’s the good news…

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