Glasses and contacts were a daily struggle for Martha and Jorge. Listen as they share their life changing ClearSight experiences with you.
Jorge: I got glasses when I was nine years old. At first, I got diagnosed with astigmatism right off the bat. Since I grew up, I had realized that I didn't like wearing them. I tried contacts and my eyes would just dry out on me horribly.
Martha: Contacts is definitely a struggle to put in daily and glasses are uncomfortable. Without them, I couldn't see a menu in restaurants. If I was looking for an address, I couldn't see the next street coming up.
Jorge: I went to the Master's this last year and I was wearing my glasses. I had to cover my eyes. After that, I was like, "I have to do it." I want to be able to wear a pair of shades so I can see what's going on. This is an event that I have to be able to see. As soon as I got here, everyone's being so nice, they're explaining everything so thorough.
Martha: I was really nervous, but they were like, "Don't be nervous. It's just of a blink of an eye and it'll be over with."
Jorge: He talked to me for about 10 minutes and it was over. I was like, "Oh. Man, why did I put it off so long?"
I find myself doing a lot more photography, which I love to do. Before I couldn't do it because it just, it's kind of annoying. I'd get smudges on my fingers. Whenever I'm going to the pool or something like that, I don't have to worry about what am I going to do with my glasses. I'm even trying to convince my sister to come in and do it.
Martha: I was not even worried about the price, actually. I said, "If it's lifetime changing for my own good, I wasn't really worried about it." They did a good job trying to help me out on any financing available they had.
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?