1810 30th Street Suite B Boulder CO 80301
Mary Lou Bendrick
a month ago
I have new eyes! It's hard to believe that a year ago I was wearing contacts that were constantly dry or thick glasses. I highly recommend BoulderEyes. I was nervous so I did my research - they are by far the most experienced, popular and recommended for Lasik. My surgery was easy and the recovery was incredibly fast. Dr. Beyer is friendly and reassuring and so is his whole staff. Now I can't believe I waited so long!
10 months ago
I had a problem with my new lens prescription fitting into my old frames. It meant I would have had to be without my glasses for a week... Ugh!!! Instead they came up with a wonderful solution that allowed me to use my old lenses in a pair of temporary frames... Just awesome!!! All the other drivers on the road were safe!!! Thanks guys!!! No wonder I've been going to Boulder Eyes for all my Lasik and other eye needs for many years!!!
4 months ago
The eye doctor was great. The entire staff is very friendly. My prescription is perfect. I liked my glasses so much I went back for prescription sunglasses. I highly recommend Beyer lasik.
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Our eye surgeon
has been a leading provider of LASIK in the Denver area providing over 20 years
with the purpose of providing compassionate and personalized care to our patients,
while staying at the forefront of medical science and technology and contributing
to the advancement of refractive surgery through clinical research.
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1810 30th Street Suite B
Boulder CO 80301
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