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LCA-Vision Announces the Opening of a LasikPlus Vision Center in Fresno, California.

CINCINNATI -- LCA-Vision Inc. (Nasdaq:LCAV), a leading provider of laser vision correction services under the LasikPlus brand, announced the opening of its 69th LasikPlus vision center in Fresno, California. This is the company's sixth LasikPlus vision center in the state of California. The other California LasikPlus vision centers are located in Concord, Sacramento, San Diego, San Jose, and San Mateo/Foster City.

Similar to other LasikPlus vision centers across the United States, the Fresno vision center is staffed with an experienced team of health care professionals, and is equipped with technologically advanced lasers and diagnostic equipment. This range of advanced technology allows the company to offer patients a wide choice of traditional laser vision correction and advanced custom wavefront procedures.

The Fresno LasikPlus vision center is located at The Shops at River Park. The address is 7885 North Via del Rio, Fresno, California 93720. To make an appointment at the Fresno location or any of the 69 LasikPlus vision centers located throughout the United States, patients may call 1-888-312-LCAV (5228). Driver-friendly directions and maps to all LasikPlus vision centers are located at the LasikPlus website at

About LCA-Vision Inc./LasikPlus

LCA-Vision Inc. is a leading provider of laser vision correction services under the LasikPlus brand. The company owns and operates 69 LasikPlus fixed-site laser vision correction centers in 31 states and 54 markets in the United States and a joint venture in Canada. Additional company information is available at and It's Not Just LASIK. It's LasikPlus!
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Date:Jul 16, 2007
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