Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) January 28, 2014
Laser Eye Center invites all Southern California residents to schedule a consultation for All-Laser Custom LASIK Surgery this year and see every fantastic flutter in the Monarch Butterfly Migration taking place at numerous sites along the coast in the winter and spring. From Fremont all the way down to the border, Laser Eye Center wants anyone in need of clearer vision to come in for All-Laser Custom LASIK Surgery to enjoy watching the thousands of butterflies calling California their temporary home.
LASIK Surgery is a safe, reliable way to improve the vision of many people tired of being chained to their glasses or contact lenses. Laser Eye Center takes advantage of a staff of highly experienced doctors and medical professionals as well as numerous convenient locations throughout the greater Los Angeles area. Simply by signing up for the monthly newsletter, prospective Laser Eye Center patients can learn instantly about the numerous promotions offered.
The monarch migration is a perfect way to celebrate the restoration of clear vision. With butterfly-watching sites only a few minutes’ drive from Los Angeles, anyone enjoying the benefits of All-Laser Custom LASIK Surgery from Laser Eye Center will be able to see all the details of the thousands of orange and black wings congregating on the tree branches. These sites include:
- Santa Barbara’s Coronado Butterfly Preserve
- Ventura’s Camino Real Park
- Point Mugu State Park in Malibu
- El Dorado nature Center in Long Beach
- The Monarch Butterfly House in Encinitas
Without the revitalized vision that All-Laser Custom LASIK Surgery can provide, it will be difficult for viewers to recognize the details of individual butterflies among the thousands grouped on trees and other hanging structures in the area. With precise vision, the individual wings will stand out, providing anyone able to see them with the truest perspective and grandeur available.
Monarch butterflies start as eggs on milkweed plants in the foothills of the Sierra Madre Mountain Range before hatching and beginning a round-trip journey of about 1,800 miles from California to sites as far-ranging as Oregon and Arizona. The same eggs that hatch are not the ones that return. It actually takes a total of four generations before the monarchs return to the original egg site near the Sierra Madres, meaning the ones returning are the great-grandchildren of the butterflies that left.
Laser Eye Center wants everyone to learn more about All-Laser Custom LASIK Surgery to marvel, in restored visual clarity, at the annual adventure of the monarchs. To perform a self-evaluation, learn more, and schedule a complimentary consultation, please Contact Laser Eye Center today.