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October 3, 2013

cataract patient #1“I do not do Facebook, but I am telling many people in the area how Very Pleased I am with my new eyes, your staff and the procedures.  I am thrilled!  This is the first time I have had 20/20 vision in 55 years.  The procedure was predictable and my recovery has been routine!  I am the retired Superintendent of the Kirksville R-III School System, many folks know me.”                         ~Dr. Gene Croarkin, Retired Superintendent of Kirksville R-III School, Kirksville, MO

 

 

 

September 19, 2013

“Dear Dr. McGarity:

Thank you so much for your letter of September 9th.  My experience in your practice was in deed a positive one, in fact I have already given one of your cards out to a friend.  I appreciate your concern.”  Most Sincerely”

~Dorothy Jean Vieth, Bunceton, MO

 

September 13, 2013

“Dear Dr. McGarity,

Remember in “The Wizard of Oz” when the movie changes from black and white into Technicolor?  The transformation in my life from my eye surgeries is like that.  Every waking moment I notice the difference.  Today, I was changing purses and found the heavy magnifying glass I had been carrying around.  No more.  A few minutes ago, I picked up my fine-print dictionary and read it with ease.  It’s hard for me to put into words my joy and gratitude.  Thank you, thank you, thank you.  Sincerely,”

~Sandy Davidson

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