Schneider LASIK Opens New Convenient Location in Anaheim Hills

Schneider LASIK recently opened a new location in Anaheim Hills, CA to provide more convenient access to LASIK services for Anaheim and all of Orange County.

Anaheim Hills, United States - January 12, 2019 /PressCable/ —

ANAHEIM HILLS, CA. – JANUARY 12, 2019 – Schneider LASIK recently opened a new, satellite location in Anaheim Hills, CA to provide easier access to their LASIK services. Due to the heavy traffic in this area, Schneider LASIK noticed that many patients were having trouble travelling to the main Corona location for all of their LASIK appointments, so they opened an office in Anaheim Hills to make LASIK more available to the community.

The practice is led by widely respected and board-certified surgeon Dr. Mark Schneider, who has 30 years of exemplary eye care and over 15 years of LASIK experience behind him. “We understand traffic can be challenging in this area,” says Dr. Schneider. “Now, patients have access to a world class clinic without the long commute, so they are able to more conveniently make their appointments and receive crucial aftercare and consultation services.”

The Schneider LASIK Anaheim Hills location is unique in that it allows patients to meet their surgeon during the consultation and before their surgery, which is not always the case with other LASIK centers. Patients are able to ask questions directly to their surgeon to help them understand their LASIK procedure and feel confident in their results. “We wanted to give patients a chance to meet their surgeon before the surgery for that extra level of comfort when choosing LASIK,” says Dr. Schneider. “At our practice, the patients always come first.”

Schneider LASIK strives to go the extra mile to show patients their commitment to extraordinary patient care and clear vision by using top of the line technology and blade-free procedures. Dr. Schneider was given the Pioneer award for IntraLase technology which makes LASIK blade-free, and he was the fifth surgeon in the world to perform all-laser LASIK. His practice is dedicated to innovative procedures that provide the best possible results for the patient.

“We actually offer more than just LASIK, including 7 different procedures depending on our patients’ individual medical needs,” says Dr. Schneider. “LASIK isn’t one size fits all, and we ensure patients get the procedure that is right for them, based on the consultation and exams at the Anaheim Hills location. I feel extremely lucky to be able to do what I do each day. I love waking up and coming to work, because I am able to change people’s lives.”

The Anaheim Hills location is now currently accepting new LASIK patients.

About Schneider LASIK

The core of Schneider LASIK’s philosophy is experience, expertise, and excellent patient care. They are committed to providing their patients with outstanding laser vision correction results and ensuring patients’ comfort and safety. Using the latest technology, Schneider LASIK is proud to serve the Corona and Anaheim Hills communities with blade-free eye surgery procedures. Their lead surgeon, Dr. Mark Schneider, is highly experienced, having performed tens of thousands of procedures.

Contact Schneider LASIK Centers at Anaheim Hills

Address: 500 S. Anaheim Hills Rd., Suite 246, Anaheim Hills, CA 92807

Phone: (951) 737-6402

Website: https://www.schneiderlasik.com/

Contact Info:
Name: Dr. Mark Schneider
Organization: Schneider LASIK - Anaheim Hills
Address: 500 S. Anaheim Hills Rd. Ste. 246, Anaheim Hills, CA 92807, United States
Phone: +1-951-737-6402
Website: https://www.schneiderlasik.com/

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 468809

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