I've worn glasses since fourth grade and then in tenth grade I got into contacts and back then was the old hard contacts. So I dealt with those through high school, and then finally got the soft contacts, which was better, but still a daily grind of dealing with those. Putting them in, taking them out, and then windy days in Oklahoma, not always the perfect days for contacts. Finally pushed the button last fall and came here, and just absolute best experience I ever could have experienced.
We just showed up at the surgery clinic. We were just in the building a couple of minutes and they called me on back, and I got the cocktails and the high, all the drugs they put in there. Then, Dr. Luke came in and he just walked through every single little bitty step that he was ... Whatever he was doing to me, I knew it all the way through. I was more comfortable than if I was going to a dentist. It's just every single step of life is so different than it was before. There's still not a day goes by that I don't think about what has changed with my life. You wake up in the morning, you see. You see until you go to sleep at night. There's nothing you have to do, your eyes are just like God intended them. You can see everything you need to see.
The number one thing we hear from our patients is that they wish they would have had vision correction sooner.
So the question for you is… why wait any longer?