To find and contact a Lasik Surgeon (refractive specialist) who has qualified to be listed on the Trusted LASIK surgeons site in your local area, please click on Find a Trusted Lasik Surgeon Link:
For emergencies seek your local urgent medical care provider at once.
If you cannot find a Trusted Lasik Surgeon near you or have other questions please use the form below. Also for site visitors, surgeons, staff, related vendors, questions or comments we would invite you to use the form.
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If you are a LASIK or Cataract Surgeon and you are interested in being a member of the Trusted LASIK Surgeons, sign up below and we will contact you.
Please use email form link above where it says, "Click Here". We prefer the email form as it cuts down on spam, save all parties time & resources. However you may call us at:
Ph: +1 (800) 483-8028 FREE Fax: +1 (800) 483-8028 (also fax)
NEW Mailing Address:
Trusted LASIK Surgeons, Inc. P.O. Box 80267 Las Vegas, NV 89180
Fax Number: ( 702 ) 220-6444
NEW Office Address:
Preferred Doctors Network, Inc. d/b/a Trusted LASIK Surgeons, Inc. 10785 W. Twain Ave., Suite 210 Las Vegas, NV 89135
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