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October 04, 2011 09:02 ET Creates User-Friendly Website Interface to Establish Quick and Easy Procedural Information

Florida-Based Company Recognizes the Need for LASIK Information in a Technology Dependent World

ORLANDO, FL--(Marketwire - Oct 4, 2011) - While new technology, like the iPad, Android phones, and 3D movies aren't to blame for vision issues, they are calling attention to people who are tired of squinting their eyes or grabbing their glasses for help. It's no wonder why 12 million people have said yes to LASIK surgery since its approval in 1995., published by Mojo Interactive, announced newly enhanced premium content on its website, designed for those LASIK patients seeking an enriched information experience.

Directed by Emmy award-winning writer Karen Castillo and a team of medical writers, is a patient-focused website that introduces a content heavy experience for readers wanting more information about elective surgery.

Patients arriving to's "Research a Procedure" section will discover hundreds of newly published research on the forefront of major medical procedures in the elective surgery industry.

New content on the website includes information for a variety of cosmetic surgeries and procedures including Lasik eye surgery, one of the most sought after practices. According to a recent study performed by the Food and Drug Administration, less than 5 percent of Lasik eye surgery cases reported complications. The key to this low number is choosing the right procedure and the right surgeon. Now patients are able to compare Lasik cost, Lasik procedures and Lasik surgeons to find the criteria which suit them best.

Editor Karen Castillo commented, "We have made it a choice to rely heavily on quality content. We know our readers want to learn about their medical procedures, yet the information can be difficult to digest at times. Our main focus is to avoid sounding like a complicated medical journal."'s writers are experienced former journalists and seasoned researchers who thoroughly studied the procedures and turned out hundreds of pages that are easy to understand, Castillo said.

With the launch of the new content, users will discover a variety of new content that extends their use of this trusted brand.

Castillo also announced a new blog on that takes influence from its "Research a Procedure" section. The blog offers a wealth of fresh information on celebrity plastic surgery, cutting-edge medical news, and before and after images of patients.

The new blog was built on's website and developed to facilitate feedback from patients wanting to interact while on the website.

"Today's publishing environment is geared toward delivering up-to-the-minute information and we believe our blog is the best vehicle for that," Castillo said.

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