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As founder of Downtown Little League and a member of Community Board 1 for 10 years, Dr. Lewis Gross knows Tribeca. And as head of the Tribeca Holistic Dentists, he knows how to keep your teeth happy and healthy.Comments off
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“This is the most advanced LASIK laser available in the world—providing phenomenal results,” says Dr. Harry Koster. “It allows us to account for the specific shape and individual attributes of each eye.”Comments off
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