Laser system placement in a clinic, surgery center, or hospital should maximize efficiency during operating days. The laser's operation can be done in a two-surgeon approach or with an extra technician who seems to be a profitable investment for busy centers. Advertising the laser should focus on the likelihood of achieving a good visual acuity (up to 90% within 0.5 D of target) though the need to still wear glasses under some circumstances should be stressed. Careful patient selection is crucial to a successful surgical outcome in refractive cases as well as in therapeutic indications. Any optical opacity, for instance, may limit laser penetration, including scarring, arcus senilis, iron deposition, or verticillata. As with any technology, there is a learning curve, and patient safety should always come first.