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    "Once I made the decision that I wanted a LASIK consultation, Dr. Stelzer explained everything to me in great detail. Before I knew it, it was surgery day.. and shortly after that I was 20/20! This was the best decision I've made about my vision!"

    Monica Kalia

    "During the surgery I was incredibly surprised of how fast the operation was, and how comfortable the doctor made me feel every step of the way. Minutes right after the procedure I was able to look up at the clock and tell the time, but the best part was two days after I was already seeing better than 20/20! Six days after I am seeing sharper and better than ever."

    Andres G

    "I was referred to The Laser Center of Coral Gables (TLC) by my two brothers who had the procedure. I was very nervous at first but once I visited TLC, I felt very comfortable with the surgical procedure. Dr. Adam Stelzer is very friendly and comforting. The entire staff was very nice and friendly! I have been back for follow up visits and very happy with my vision correction. I can see 20/15 and do not miss my contacts or glasses what so ever! I recommend TLC to everyone who asks about my procedure. All of my friends are making appointments to see if they are eligible."

    Mariel Eldridge

    "The staff at The Laser Center of Coral Gables were great and everything they said I should expect happened. I think that is greater for anyone to is having or thinking of having Lasik Surgery."

    Anthony Leeloy

    "Having the Lasik procedure was the best thing I have ever done. I am so completely happy with the results. To wake up in the morning and be able to see is the best feeling ever. I am so glad that I decided to have the procedure. I would not have gone anywhere else to have it done. Thank you again to the staff and doctors who have helped me through this amazing, life changing experience."

    Heide Sherman

Where to Go For the Best Laser Eye Surgery in Miami

For the best laser eye surgery in Miami there is only one address: The Laser Center of Coral Gables. Our team of highly skilled and experienced professionals has successfully performed well over 15,000 uncomplicated, life changing refractive laser surgeries. The Laser Center of Coral Gables’ Medical Director, Dr. Alberto Aran, has been performing surgery since 1996. He was the first doctor in Florida to make use of this method of surgery which has changed so many lives. He has since proven himself to be one of the best and most trusted ophthalmic surgeons and corneal specialists not only in Miami but also in the nation. Amongst his colleagues, he is renowned for having taught many of the nation’s best surgeons how to safely and effectively use the excimer laser and is often consulted by fellow doctors on complex cases and procedures that fall beyond the scope of basic training.

Why people from all over the US prefer The Laser Center of Coral Gables

We are well known for our state-of-art practice, friendly manner and expert care. We are always looking to advance with changing technology to provided the latest options for our patients. The Laser Center of Coral Gables is privileged to be one of the select centers in the United States currently providing Corneal Cross linking (CXL) procedure. This treatment has shown success in stabilizing the corneal shapes of patients with ectasia in other studies already completed around the world. We ensure that every one of our patients are 100% satisfied with their results. We offer free consultations and have many financing options available. People have traveled from all over the world to make use of our expertise and our friendly medical staff. This is why our patients feel that the Laser Center of Coral Gables is the best Miami Laser Eye surgery center.

The Laser Center of Coral Gables
1099 SW Le Jeune Road
Coral Gables, FL ,33134
Fax: (305)461-9633

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