gulfcoastretina.com Review:Welcome to Gulf Coast Retina Associates, LLC - Dr. Dan P. Montzka and Dr. Oren Plous, retina specialists treating diseases and conditions of the vitreous and retina in Florida. Their areas of sub-specialty include the medical and surgical management of diabetic retinopathy, macular degeneration, retinal detachments and complications of intraocular surgery.
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The capsules are $41.75 per month and the chewables are $44.50 on their website--why pay a mark-up for reselling?
When my daughter came to me and told me that she wanted to take video with her phone IN THE POOL, I almost lost it. (Actually, I did lose it!) "Are you kidding me? Do you know how expensive that IPhone was and you are going to ruin it!! She surprised me with a response that included research and facts that touted YOSH as the best and safest way to submerge a phone without fear of irreparable damage. When I went to Amazon and saw the price for this item, I questioned it again. How could a product at this price really protect her phone?
I bought this product because my hairline was very thin. This is my second bottle of Nioxin Intensive Therapy Hair Booster. My hair on the sides of my head is noticeably thicker.
We followed the directions to apply this product to our deck and railings and even watched many videos on how to do it right. Fast forward 6 months and all that hard work for NOTHING. It's all peeling up and we have to start all over again. We will probably just have to re-stain and seal it, but we would NOT recommend anyone buy this deck "restore". On the bright side, it will be easy to get the remaining product off the deck with a plastic scraper.
No longer an app on my Fire HDX (app has been replaced with a "Newsstand" version) , will amend my rating, likely upward to five stars, once I am sure the new Newsstand Version is free of glitches.
These are the same quality (perhaps even better quality) than the booklets that come with new check orders. Ridiculously inexpensive for a five-pack. Like many, I hardly write physical checks anymore--I pay all of my bills electronically and make most purchases and ATM withdrawals through a debit card. These individual transactions add up it's likely that you'll run through the booklets supplied by your check printer in no time. Ordering extra booklets through a bank/credit union/check printer is expensive. And the big box office supply stores no longer stock them; if they have them on their website they charge way more. Why not be prudent and stock up on these?