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"Words, words, words"...

… So said Hamlet in response to Polonius’s irritating query, “What do you read, my lord?”, but of course in true Hamlet style, there are multiple meanings beneath his ostensibly simplistic reply.  878 more words

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Benefits of Lasik Eye Surgery

For some individuals, wearing contact lenses or glasses has turned into an everyday schedule. A large number of these individuals, on the chance that they had the option, would select to be free of this reliance and have their vision restored to typical by some other method. 542 more words

Eye Health

Implants For "Bright Eyes" Have Risks

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MIAMI (CBSMiami) – Toryn Green loves having blue eyes. As an actor and rocker, he says the attention his light eyes attract is priceless. 461 more words


Stuck between a rock and a hard place

I had a check-up appointment at Moorfields on Monday, and it’s left me wanting to write in ANGRY, SHOUTY CAPITAL LETTERS AGAIN… possibly even BOLD ANGRY SHOUTY CAPITALS  1,344 more words

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Micro LASIK in Daejeon, South Korea

Today I had my first surgery in Korea and it was LASIK. Honestly it wasn’t painful during the surgery but afterwards my eyes were in pain!! 940 more words

South Korea

Now You See Me!

We had an interesting start of 2015. In January we took our daughter to her very first eye doctor. What prompted us to do this was what we noticed about a month earlier. 800 more words


So, after needing glasses since 3rd grade and wearing contacts regularly for close to 15 years I finally decided to get LASIK.

I want to write a blog to sort of remind myself about the experience as well as give some insight to anyone who might be thinking about it. 575 more words