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An informative site for Cosmetic Eye Whitening™

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  • Posted By: public
  • May 19, 2010
  • 04:33 AM


I’ve been away from this forum for several months. As you might guess, a doctors’ life is busy all the time.

I’d like to let you know some good news. A final version of a website about Cosmetic Eye Whitening™ procedure will be launched next week. I already launched a beta version of the website and have tested it, and am finalizing it at this moment. I have been working on it for about 6 months.

All the contents were created for medical professionals. But lay public might be able to understand them without difficulty. You can get a full information about the Cosmetic Eye Whitening™ including principle, complications, postoperative symptoms, etc for free. I believe that a level of the information what you will get from the website would be as same as doctors. But I excluded surgical videos and extremely professional contents because you may not want to watch bleeding, excision, etc.

Following is a tentative table of contents.

Patient Selection
Before & After
Common Postoperative Complaints
Complications and Management
Is Mitomycin C safe?
Necrotizing Scleritis
Misunderstanding and Truth
Countermeasure for future other surgeries
I hope you are able to get enough information from the website.
When we are ready, I will immediately announce it in this forum. Thank you,

Bong-Hyun Kim, M.D.
Seer and Partner Eye Institute

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  • Hello everyone, Dr. Kim has posted this to let everyone know that he is working on getting other doctors educated on the procedure. Sharing this information will help to ensure that doctors out there are properly informed and can offer quality treatment. It's exciting and I hope you guys will get a lot out of the site!
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  • I tried the site out and signed up for a free account, but right how the only thing that can be viewed is the press releases. Trying to access anything else gives a "physician's only" error message, or an error message with rectangles, which means that the error message is coded in Korean.
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