Live Streaming of LASIK Procedures by Dr. Cory Lessner (Featured on “Eyes on the Prize” from CW)
Featured on an episode of Inside South Florida on the SFL CW, Millennium Laser Eye Centers’ very own Dr. Cory M. Lessner talks about watching LASIK procedures live on his website. With over 20 years of experience and treating over 30,000 patients, Dr. Cory Lessner discusses some of the myths about laser vision correction that he’s come across throughout his career. He also touches on the basics of this innovative procedure and the new technology used to improve the LASIK experience.
Dwayne Wade’s LASIK surgery with Eye Surgeon Dr. Cory Lessner is featured on ABC News Channel from Miami
Watch as Millennium Laser Eye Centers’ Dr. Cory Lessner is a guest on the NBC show “6 In the Mix” with Roxy Vargas (who he performed LASIK eye surgery on in 2007.). In this special feature, Dr. Lesser talks about the new laser vision correction technology and how the procedure is even faster now than it was. Previously, surgeons used a 30,000 pulse per second laser, now, they utilize a 200,000 pulse per second laser which is more than 7 times quicker! Dr. Cory M. Lessner and Millennium Laser Eye Centers have two of the fastest laser platforms in the industry. Millennium was the first to bring them to the region.
LASIK Surgery on ABC
Tune in as Millennium Laser Eye Centers’ Dr. Cory M. Lessner makes a guest appearance on ABC Local 10 News. In this informative video, watch as Dr. Cory Lessner performs a laser vision correction procedure on Local 10 News Dwight Lauderdale to treat his farsightedness. From start to finish, Dwight Lauderdale gives us a detailed run-down of his experience with LASIK eye surgery. Dwight Lauderdale was in and out of the procedure suite within 10 minutes without any discomfort!
LASIK Surgery on CBS
In this video, Fox News takes a closer look at the growing demand for laser vision correction procedures, such as LASIK. Jim Ford, who in an effort to save money on his LASIK procedure, traveled to Colombia. Unfortunately, he had an unsuccessful procedure and was a victim of a botched procedure. To save his vision, Jim traveled back to South Florida to seek more professional treatment. This segment of Fox News warns consumers of falling into cheap traps of various surgical clinics.