Ryan Cabrera Gets Lasik Surgery in Sunrise

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Who knew that sorta kinda famous people were flocking to Sunrise, Florida, to have their eyesight fixed?

Well, apparently, Millennium Laser Eye Center is home to one Dr. Cory Lessner, AKA the Lasik Surgeon To The Stars. And just recently, the doc performed a "much-needed" procedure on Ryan Cabrera, a pop rocker who's best known for once dating Ashlee Simpson and doing a few episodes of MTV's The Hills.

Following the surgery, Cabrera released the following statement via Twitter: "Ladiez n gents I can SEE!!!!! I'm am in awe...Hahaha I just went to the bathroom to take out my contact lenses and realize I don't have any in!!! Luv it."

See the cut for a couple photos from Cabrera's trip to the laser eye center.

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