Keil Lasik Gives Gift of Sight to Less Fortunate This Holiday Season

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For every patient who has a free Lasik exam or laser eye surgery at Keil Lasik Vision Center between now and December 31, 2010, Dr. Michael Keil will make a donation so someone less fortunate can have their vision restored with cataract surgery.

Keil Lasik Vision Center will be giving the gift of sight to the less fortunate this holiday season. For every patient who has a free Lasik exam or laser eye surgery at Keil Lasik between now and December 31, 2010, Dr. Michael Keil will make a donation so someone less fortunate can have vision-restoring cataract surgery.

Cataracts are the leading cause of blindness worldwide. In 1998, the World Health Report published a report that estimated there were nearly 19.34 million people who were blind due to age-related cataracts. But blindness due to cataracts is very treatable; vision-restoring cataract surgery has helped so many people to regain their sight.

Unfortunately many people do not have the ability to afford vision-restoring cataract surgery.

“Blindness due to cataracts is a widespread problem,” Dr. Keil said. “But it is a problem that can be corrected. My staff and I encourage members of the West Michigan community to join us and help give the gift of sight this holiday season.”

To set-up a free Lasik consultation or to find out more about how you can help give the gift of sight this holiday season with Keil Lasik Vision Center, call toll-free at (800) 806-3554 or visit the website online at http://www.KeilLasik.com.

Keil Lasik Vision Center is located at 2500 E. Beltline, SE, Suite C, in Woodpointe Crossings Shopping Center.

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