Dean R. - Saddleback Eye Center Patient |
Lisa L.
January 5, 2012
Joe B. – Saddleback Eye Center Patient
January 5, 2012

Dean R. – Saddleback Eye Center Patient

I'm looking forward to being able to see my golf ball. My name is Dean, and I'm at the Saddleback Eye Center, and I'm having LASIK surgery done today. I’m looking forward to being able to see my golf ball after I hit it a hundred years or more, cause once it goes past a hundred yards, I can’t see it anymore. I’ve been listening to KFI radio for many years and heard the commercials. My eyes have deteriorated over the last ten years to the point where it has become quite a problem for me. 

Dean R. – Saddleback Eye Center Patient – I’m looking forward to being able to see my golf ball.

Dean R. - Saddleback Eye Center PatientMy name is Dean, and I’m at the Saddleback Eye Center, and I’m having LASIK surgery done today. I’m looking forward to being able to see my golf ball after I hit it a hundred years or more, cause once it goes past a hundred yards, I can’t see it anymore.

I’ve been listening to KFI radio for many years and had heard the commercials. My eyes have deteriorated over the last ten years to the point where it’s really become quite a problem for me.

My post-opt vision is 20/15. I actually expected a little bit more post operative pain. It’s painless — that’s the nice thing about it, and fairly quick. The fact that you walk out the door within hours after you entered the door is a nice thing. As far as trying to figure what’s coming next, it’s all explained to you before it happens. The fact that I could see this morning very clearly at 20/15 in one of my eyes is pretty exciting.

– Dean R. – Saddleback Eye Center Patient

 

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