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Emil Chynn, MD, MBA, who has been on CNN, ABC, CBS, Fox, Discovery Channel, Howard Stern, and Millionaire Matchmaker, but also has degrees from Dartmouth, Columbia, Harvard, Emory, NYU, and is in MENSA, is going to do something never even attempted before–“call his shot” and make someone who’s already 20/20 BETTER than 20/20–and do it LIVE STREAMED on the internet.
New York, NY (PRWEB) July 01, 2014
Park Avenue LASEK’s patient coordinator, Mark Callanan, never wore glasses in his life–because he ...Continue Reading →
Rhett, the mascot of Park Avenue LASEK, has raised $5000 to date for various charities:
We are running a special THIS WEEK where if you come in and sign up for LASEK, you will get a free $5000 beach house rental!
Alternatively, if you rent the beach house, you will get a free LASEK (is how you could think of it) please call the office ASAP if interested as this is a LIMITED TIME OFFER for ONE PERSON
for more info about the beach house, visit: www.vrbo.com/304618
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Dr. Chynn is appeared on Discovery Channel’s Daily Planet, a daily science magazine program highlighting new technology!
When William Watson, an employee of the Yankees and Knicks, walked into Park Avenue LASEK’s practice two months ago, he had lost all hope. Having been blinded in his left eye two decades ago because of a football accident, he had a totally white, scarred eye without a pupil or iris, so disfiguring that he always wore a hat and shades to avoid eye ...Continue Reading →
Download the original ACSH.org article in PDF here
My Experience at WTC Ground Zero on 9/11, by Emil William Chynn, MD, FACS, MBA as told to ACSH.org
In 1993, I was doing my internship at St. Vincent’s Hospital in Greenwich Village. I remember one night in February, every doctor was told not to leave the hospital. We were told that a terrorist had set off a bomb at the World Trade Center in a ...
All other centers in Manhattan specialize in LASIK, or another version of LASIK called IntraLase or i-LASIK, in which the flap is ...Continue Reading →
Wilson and Santhiago report on “flaporhexis” which they describe as a new technique to lift the LASIK flap during enhancement surgery.1 Their stated advantage of using this technique is that it “produces a smooth epithelial dissection and deceases the possibility that epithelium is retained beneath the ...
You’re spending hundreds of dollars every year on your glasses and contacts. Everything from buying an emergency pair, buying new contacts every few months, buying new saline solution, and buying prescription sunglasses. The only thing you’re not buying is your freedom from always having to rent your vision from companies that sell these products. Problem is, you already know laser surgery is less expensive in the long run but the problem ...
You’re a bad candidate for LASIK. This is the worst sentence someone can hear when they desperately want to get rid of their glasses and contacts. You’ve spent years hating how contacts dry out your eyes and not seeing perfectly with your glasses. You lose your frames, and you spend hundreds of dollars each time on replacements. All you’re doing is spending money on glasses and contacts – and you hate it!