How You Can Win Free Custom Lasik

By , June 10, 2011 7:57 am
Me And Frenchie

Me And Frenchie

Back in January 2010, we shared our Custom Lasik experience with you. Two months after having Custom Lasik surgery, our eyes were doing great and we got the thumbs up to leave for our world tour.

Throughout our travels, we did not experience any dryness, irritation, or night vision halo. In fact, we did not have any problems with our eyes. Maybe we would have been okay traveling with glasses (even traveling with contact lens), but we are so much happier with Custom Lasik. We don’t take for granted our new vision and it has really allowed us to travel worry-free and live hassle-free.

If you are considering getting Custom Lasik, don’t choose a doctor by price. We recommend selecting a doctor by experience, technology they use, and how personal they are. In any case, check if you can set up a flexing spending account with your employer to help with the costs. Even better than that, if you live in the bay area, you can win free Lasik with Dr. George Simon, our Custom Lasik Vision surgeon.

Official Rules for Custom Lasik Vision Will Change Your Life or How Custom Lasik Vision Changed My Life:

You have to be a legal resident of California and reside in one the following counties:
Alameda, Contra Costa, Lake Marin, Mendocino, Napa, San Francisco, San Mateo, Santa Clara, Sonoma. Hurry because the deadline is June 30, 2011.

We entered the “How Custom Lasik Vision Changed My Life” part of the contest. Here is our video:

THANKS and good luck!

4 Responses to “How You Can Win Free Custom Lasik”

  1. Jessi says:

    Mui from SF of MeAndFrenchie.com #8858597 The blessings Mui and
    Boris have experienced from the Lasik procedure have been nothing
    short of miraculous. Boris’s hands on development into a
    professional photographer are vivid in his photographs. This
    ability heavily depends on the eye’s strength to see and hold
    composure in looking into a camera lens / image focus. Mui’s
    creativity in writing depends on being able to keep her focus on
    the screen tireless and open. Lasik allowed them a new uplifting
    experience in seeing their world and developing their passion at
    ease. Thank you for the wonderful work in taking care of my dear
    friends MuiMui&Boris. – Jessica Jimenez

  2. muimui says:

    We won (an ipad2)! Thank you everyone for putting in a good word
    for us and your continuous support in reading our blog.

  3. Boris says:

    Nous avons gagner un iPad2! Merci pour vos commentaires et pour
    votre support.

  4. Ashley says:

    Have you noticed cgenhas in your vision while using oral
    contraceptives, or during pregnancy or menopause?Hormonal cgenhas,
    such as pregnancy, menstrual cycles and menopause, can cause
    physiological and visual cgenhas in the eyes. Pregnancy and the
    accompanying hormonal metabolic and vascular cgenhas can make it
    difficult for some women to wear contact lenses. Women may want to
    reduce contact lens wearing time and update eyeglass prescriptions
    as needed. In addition, some women experience cgenhas in the eyes
    from one pregnancy to the next. For example, during a first
    pregnancy, some women experience no eye cgenhas or discomfort and
    then struggle with lens intolerance during the second pregnancy.
    Although research is not yet conclusive, studies suggest that rapid
    change in estrogen levels, as well as high and low levels of
    estrogen, may affect the eye differently. Currently, more research
    is being conducted to define and treat these vision problems unique
    to women. Finally, a note to women taking estrogen supplements:
    According to a study by the national Eye Institute, women who took
    estrogen supplements for at least 10 years after menopause were
    less likely to have cataracts.

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