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My 20/20

jimthegreatjimthegreat subscriber Posts: 1
edited January 2008 in Elevator Pitches
LASIK was the best thing I’ve ever done for myself. Some say
that is quite expensive but its well worth it. The procedure really changed my
vision into much better as I expected, and I will bring the benefits of it for
the rest of my life, so price shouldn’t be the major determining factor in
vision correction. Im 37 year’s old and very outgoing person I always into
extreme sports and last year the illness of my eyes became a major factor that
I relinquish in my field of interest. Its kinda disturbing wearing eye glasses
or contacts when I do photographs, good thing my friend recommend me the
my2020 with their financing deals for my lasik surgery, now
I’m back in my passion which is photography.Dr. Stephen B. Wiles my surgeon is so
informative and has such a calm demeanor; he put me at ease even though I was
nervous about the procedure. He went through all of the steps involved in the
treatment so that I knew exactly what to expect. I appreciate everything he has
done to make my vision what it is today. I can now see 20/20 with no help and
do the things that im into before. I feel like Im back in my teen’s life right
now. I look great without having a thick glasses and I feel good of it. Here`s a link it mightbe useful about Lasik www.my2020.com
jimthegreat1/11/2008 2:51 PM


  • LiveWiseLiveWise subscriber Posts: 5
    Congrats!!!   Sounds like "JimTheGreat" might just be a little greater now!  I`m glad that you had a fantastic doctor.   
    When doing a procedure with your eyes, it is not always good to get the cheapest price.  Vision is priceless and please, only have qualified and experienced eye doctors work on your eyes.  You don`t get a second chance with some mistakes.
    LiveWise1/11/2008 8:23 PM
  • CMJOfficeCMJOffice subscriber Posts: 2
    Congratulations!  I would love to throw the glasses away but way too scared to have anyone cut into my eyes.  My husband is thinking about doing this.  Thanks for the link.
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