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Dr. Emil Chynn Featured on FOX News (WNYW-TV) Park Avenue Laser Vision Center Recognized for Creative Internet Marketing
Date:7/10/2008

g) and LASEK (no-cut, no-flap) vision correction and perhaps remove any trepidation they may have towards the surgery.

"We only give them a $100 gift certificate to compensate them for their time if they choose to do this after the surgery," Dr. Chynn explained on Fox News. "Probably only about 5% of our patients actually take the time to do it. So you see it's not really a conflict of interest, otherwise we would have 90% of the people doing it." The Fox News segment can be viewed on YouTube at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VllFdueyRfU.

Dr. Chynn, who has been successfully performing laser vision correction surgeries for over a decade, is getting more attention with his "eye-popping" marketing tactics. In a New York Times article published 26 June 2008, PALV was also featured for its unique patient endorsement campaign on YouTube.

Dr. Chynn, who holds an MD from Columbia University and an MBA from NYU. has performed over 11,000 laser surgeries without a single lawsuit. He was also the first eye surgeon in New York City to receive the LASIK surgery himself and to perform the most advanced laser vision correction procedure, CustomVue WaveFront MonoVision (just approved by the FDA in March 2008.)

Dr. Chynn also entices new patients by holding bi-monthly free seminars that are open-to-the-public and allows people to stand next to him in the procedure room to observe as he performs a surgery. In addition, the PALV has launched their new website that includes a simulator that enables viewers to experience a simulation of a laser vision correction procedure.

To attend a free surgery seminar, call (888) I-WANT-2020 (888-
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