Since I was a kid, daddy has started training us the importance of managing the money for our unpredictable future. And up till now, I still keep the habit, no matter how, I always try to save even a little amount of money..
Two weeks ago, senpai Joni who came to Tokyo from Kyushu island, visited me in Odaiba. It’s been more than 4 years since we last met. We talked a lot and then we came up to the topic of his plan to get Lasik due to the measurement that he had when he planned to buy softlens.
I’ll try to write in the view of an ordinary ppl like me, since I’m not good in those technical terms. (please somebody correct me if I made mistake, as I wrote what I remembered and no more googling to the source while writing this, ha ha..)
Practically, wearing soft lens will prevent the transmission of the oxygen reaching the cornea surface. And there’s one layer higher from the cornea that consists of living cells, he said that 3,000 cells are the normal amount. Once we put on the soft lens which blocking the oxygen transmission, it then cause the dying cells, and by the decrease of the living cells in specified amount ( if i’m not mistaken less than 2,000 cells is already indicated the danger. Simply saying the less it is, the possibility of blind is higher).
I then recalled to my Lasik plan that popped my mind last year. I think I should find out more about the procedures and hopefully I can have my Lasik during my stay in Japan.
Beside Lasik, actually my mommy has complained a lot of my ugly teeth as they’re not neat, she’s kept asking me to go for the orthodontic-straightening teeth treatment. One of my friend here had passed thru the treatment, she got the installment for 3 years, ha ha.. (the price can be total up to about 800,000 yen, LOL)
Umm, should I go for it? So just let those two in my wish list :
1) Eye Laser Lasik the main priority
2) Inviting mom and dad to Japan
Ihik, need to save moreee.. hope i can omit one of the wish list by next March. Amen!!