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1) The Optimax Free Prize Draw takes place weekly. The winner is entitled to free laser eye treatment, costing up to £4500 at other clinics in the UK and up to £2660 at Optimax.

2) Treatment is subject to consultation with one of our experienced doctors.

3) Non-attendance to appointments without notice will result in a £30 administrative charge (a credit card number is taken on booking).

4) Treatments must take place within three weeks of consultation.

5) Note that about 25% of those attending consultations are deemed unsuitable for treatment.

6) This prize is transferable to other Optimax Laser Treatments.

7) The surgeon's decision on suitability is final.

8) There is no cash alternative.

9) The Winner must be aged 21 or over.

10) By entering the draw you agree to opt in to receive information from Optimax.

11) The winner's names, county, treatment and treatment clinic are available by looking on http://www.optimax.co.uk/winners .
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#1
Where? I can't see the link ;-) :giggle:
#2
link at the top of the blurb above and below also.

http://www.optimax.co.uk/Default.asp...ode=MSNDisplay
#3
JezzaP
link at the top of the blurb above and below also.

http://www.optimax.co.uk/Default.asp...ode=MSNDisplay



Obviously humour in the form of sarcasm is above this guy!
#4
actually i got it just chose to ignore it!
#5
JimyFloyd
Obviously humour in the form of sarcasm is above this guy!


Sorry :oops:

only having a laugh :-(
#6
Can't laser eye treatment go wrong? Imagine winning then going to get it done and you end up being blind for life. rofl
#7
i saw this being done and its horrible. i thought they just shined a laser in your eye, but they like slice a thin layer of your eye open and stuff. i wouldnt want it done.
#8
I've had it done.

But I chose the company VERY carefully - I spent a good few months reading forums, researching the company etc. The company I chose was expensive, but I was prepared to pay extra.

The whole procedure is painless, although your eyes do feel like they've got grit in them for a few days after - you're given drops to help & you're also given clear plastic cups to put over your eyes at night to stop you rubbing them in your sleep (the kids thought it was hilarious!). The only side effects were that for the 24hrs or so after the op all I wanted to do was sleep (apparently it's the body's mechanism to aid recovery), my eyes couldn't stand bright light for a few days (but I did look cool wearing sunglasses indoors!), and lights had a halo effect for a few months after.

i saw this being done and its horrible

I agree, but it's the same with any operation - if you see any op being done it looks horrible.
#9
I've only seen it being performed on Jessica Simpson :) (don't ask me how I ended up watching Newly Weds, lol). I didn't realise they slice the eye either! My mum was an Optometrist and she told me to never have laser surgery on my eyes. That was probably well over 15 years ago, but I remember it to this day.
#10
Do you have to wear those plastic cups to cover your eyes forever? i.e. you can never rub your eyes!
#11
MBeeching
My mum was an Optometrist and she told me to never have laser surgery on my eyes. That was probably well over 15 years ago, but I remember it to this day.


Technology has changed a lot since then. But like any surgery or drugs, there are risks that you have to weigh up.

Brother had it done and is very pleased with it.

:thinking: It is probably safe to say, there are no risks to wearing glassess? :w00t:


No competitions for free hip replacement / kidney transplant....

Not sure this company are behaving ethically IMO. Plastic surgeons would be criticised for advertising competitions for bigger boobs / nose jobs. Not much difference here
#12
Must admit I should wear glasses, but I find the world looks a nicer place with blurry edges:?
1 Like #13
:giggle: Would that be with or without any mind altering substances :p:p
#14
iglimpse
:giggle: Would that be with or without any mind altering substances :p:p


Don't know what you mean:whistling:

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