Day 13: Find a Hero

Go find a hero. We humans are natural at secretly wanting to be like someone else. We have a natural tendency to emulate something good we see in others, or for that matter, something bad. We idolise, we copy, we mimic. Today, find a hero and see if you could discover more about his or her life through books, internet or the social media. Find a mentor you respect, a doctor you admire, or even someone from non-medical background. Read a bit about their life and achievements, and then note down a few basic attributes that they have. See if those attributes are ones that you can adopt in your day-to-day practice to make you a better doctor. Have fun.


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  1. Depending where you live a good surgeon costs about $3,000 and up ddneneipg on what your prescription is. I would ask how long they have been doing Laisk and how many procedures they have done, and how many they do weekly or monthly. Moist insurances do not cover lasik, they might pay a couple hundred dollars. The best way to find out if a surgeon is good at lasik is by word of mouth. A nationwide clinic like TLC is a good bet. I know they hire well qualified surgeons and do tons of lasik weekly. Was this answer helpful?

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