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The Video that LASIK Doctors Don't Want You To See
« on: April 20, 2009, 02:13:23 AM »
The Video that LASIK Doctors Don't Want You To See


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The Video that LASIK Doctors Don't Want You To See
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Re: The Video that LASIK Doctors Don't Want You To See
« Reply #1 on: October 24, 2010, 04:38:22 PM »
ang sakit yata nito...dapat sa expert ito ipagawa... risky rin pala


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Re: The Video that LASIK Doctors Don't Want You To See
« Reply #2 on: October 24, 2010, 09:55:06 PM »
Grabe! It's a good thing the one performed my lasik was an expert, as I saw it in the video.


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Re: The Video that LASIK Doctors Don't Want You To See
« Reply #3 on: October 25, 2010, 12:35:13 AM »
hi gct168,

anong nangyari sayo ba? san ka nagpalasik? Would you like to share your experience?

actually tumitingin tingin na rin ako at nag cacanvass saan mas mura, magaling na doctor dito sa manila.. baka may mashare ka?


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Re: The Video that LASIK Doctors Don't Want You To See
« Reply #4 on: October 25, 2010, 12:13:24 PM »
hi gct168,

anong nangyari sayo ba? san ka nagpalasik? Would you like to share your experience?

actually tumitingin tingin na rin ako at nag cacanvass saan mas mura, magaling na doctor dito sa manila.. baka may mashare ka?



Hi Lad,

Actually I have my Lasik done at American Eye Center in Shangri-la way back 2002 if I'm not mistaken. It cost P55,000 for both eyes. But I have it free as part of the benefits from my previous employer.

First, they will have to check if you are qualified to undergo Lasik. If qualified, then they will schedule you for the operation.

During the operation, they will give you anesthesia in the form of eye drop. It's effective and you will feel nothing during the procedure. But you might need to take painkiller after a few hours because the anesthesia will wear off.  Also, have someone accompany you, because after the operations, you must keep your eyes close. So arrange someone to take you home.

But the next day, it's back to normal for you. You can go back to your normal activities. I even attended a seminar the next day which is a Saturday. 

Btw, these are the reminders American Eye will give you:

1.  On the evening following the procedure, you are advised to relax and avoid strenuous activity. Dust, smoke and bright lights may irritate your newly operated eyes and it is recommended that you avoid these.

2.  After Lasik, wear the prescribed eye shield (they will provide) continuously even while sleeping. During waking hours, sunglasses are recommended.

3.  You may shower or bathe immediately after the procedure. Avoid directing water onto your face. You may shampoo, provided that no shampoo or water gets into the eyes.

4.  No swimming for 1 month.

I'm going back to American Eye this Nov. 12 for another Lasik to correct my vision. Bumalik yata ang distance ko kaya I'm wearing glasses again specially during driving at night.

Just in case anyone of you need to clarify further, just PM me & I'll give you my contact number.

Thanks.


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Re: The Video that LASIK Doctors Don't Want You To See
« Reply #5 on: October 25, 2010, 12:42:04 PM »
hi gct168,

anong nangyari sayo ba? san ka nagpalasik? Would you like to share your experience?

actually tumitingin tingin na rin ako at nag cacanvass saan mas mura, magaling na doctor dito sa manila.. baka may mashare ka?



Hi Lad,

Actually I have my Lasik done at American Eye Center in Shangri-la way back 2002 if I'm not mistaken. It cost P55,000 for both eyes. But I have it free as part of the benefits from my previous employer.

First, they will have to check if you are qualified to undergo Lasik. If qualified, then they will schedule you for the operation.

During the operation, they will give you anesthesia in the form of eye drop. It's effective and you will feel nothing during the procedure. But you might need to take painkiller after a few hours because the anesthesia will wear off.  Also, have someone accompany you, because after the operations, you must keep your eyes close. So arrange someone to take you home.

But the next day, it's back to normal for you. You can go back to your normal activities. I even attended a seminar the next day which is a Saturday. 

Btw, these are the reminders American Eye will give you:

1.  On the evening following the procedure, you are advised to relax and avoid strenuous activity. Dust, smoke and bright lights may irritate your newly operated eyes and it is recommended that you avoid these.

2.  After Lasik, wear the prescribed eye shield (they will provide) continuously even while sleeping. During waking hours, sunglasses are recommended.

3.  You may shower or bathe immediately after the procedure. Avoid directing water onto your face. You may shampoo, provided that no shampoo or water gets into the eyes.

4.  No swimming for 1 month.

I'm going back to American Eye this Nov. 12 for another Lasik to correct my vision. Bumalik yata ang distance ko kaya I'm wearing glasses again specially during driving at night.

Just in case anyone of you need to clarify further, just PM me & I'll give you my contact number.

Thanks.


Hi gct168, tulad ni lad, am also interested with lasik.. malabo din kasi mata ko...

i see ok din pala sa american eye center... so 55k? sulit na ba eto? of course hindi pa kasama yung mga meds diba?

hindi ba delikado yung procedure? yung procedure na video sa taas is kinda scary... hehehe.. para tuloy wag nalang mag pa lasik...

i have one clarification though, sabi nila pag magpalasik daw. e one time procedure lang daw requirement.. hindi ka pwede umulit.. tapos parang ang duration na narinig ko is like 10 years ata parang ganun e bago bumalik yung paglabo ng mata mo.. totoo kaya yun?

sa case mo parang hindi yata naging permanent? i thought long term ang effect pag magpalasik? hindi ba?

baka may alam kayong promo ha..... pa post nalang po dito.. kasi parang dati nag offer ng promo ang Asian Hospital e.. narinig ko lang sa friend ko....




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Re: The Video that LASIK Doctors Don't Want You To See
« Reply #6 on: October 25, 2010, 01:17:43 PM »
Hi rpmolecule,

First, to clarify, the P55k was the price way back 2002. I don't know how much it cost right now.

After the procedure, they will ask you to come back for check-up annually. There, they will check if your vision is still 20/20. There is a chance na babalik din ang grado mo in some cases, however, as stated in the consent and terms & conditions, which they will let you sign before the procedure, they will perform the lasik again on you just in case your vision is not 20/20 in the future and it is free of charge.

Don't bother looking at the video, American Eye Center is very professional and they are very careful in performing Lasik. They cannot afford to destroy their reputation being one of the well known clinic that offers lasik. I remember that Sen. Joker Aroyo is one of the patients of American Eye.

Right now, I don't know of any promos offered by any eye center. But just an advise, if you can afford, don't make price as the deciding factor, but the expertise & reputation of the clinic and number of clients who have experienced with them.

Thanks.


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Re: The Video that LASIK Doctors Don't Want You To See
« Reply #7 on: October 25, 2010, 05:21:30 PM »
Thx gct168... i see.... 2002 price pa pala eto.. akala ko current rate. hehehe..   :D :D :D so mostly ngayon siguro nasa P100,000 na ang prices nila.. both eyes.

i understand na may criteria bago ka mag undergo sa procedure na ito.. correct me if am wrong, may nagsabi kasi sa kin na kelangan daw e above 500 both eyes ang grado ng mata mo or something to that effect bago mag undergo or madetermine na pwede ka mag undergo ng ganitong procedure? tama po ba?


Siguro tama ka wag tipirin.. baka kakatipid e maaksidente pa mata mo lalo pang lumala...

Thanks gct168


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Re: The Video that LASIK Doctors Don't Want You To See
« Reply #8 on: October 25, 2010, 05:37:47 PM »
Thx gct168... i see.... 2002 price pa pala eto.. akala ko current rate. hehehe..   :D :D :D so mostly ngayon siguro nasa P100,000 na ang prices nila.. both eyes.

i understand na may criteria bago ka mag undergo sa procedure na ito.. correct me if am wrong, may nagsabi kasi sa kin na kelangan daw e above 500 both eyes ang grado ng mata mo or something to that effect bago mag undergo or madetermine na pwede ka mag undergo ng ganitong procedure? tama po ba?


Siguro tama ka wag tipirin.. baka kakatipid e maaksidente pa mata mo lalo pang lumala...

Thanks gct168


Hindi naman yata aabot ng P100k. haha. Try calling them at +63 2 636 0762.

Ilan ba grado mo? Nung 2002, naka 400+ ang grado ko kasi kaya qualified ako.


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Re: The Video that LASIK Doctors Don't Want You To See
« Reply #9 on: October 25, 2010, 05:42:26 PM »
grado ng mata ko is 175 to 200 for both eyes... ano kaya eto? qualified ako?



 

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