Thursday, September 6, 2012

Best Lasik Services

Our eyes are one of the most important organs in our body because through them we can see the beautiful things around us and we need them in all of our daily activities. I’ve learned the full impact of losing sight when my Mom got blind for 10 days 3 years ago. She was diagnosed with cataract on her left eye. Due to fear of operation my Mom declined the proposal to have her cataract operated to prevent partial blindness. She was shocked when she was suddenly robbed of her sight but it forced her to undergo the cataract operation to save at least one of her eyes. 

After the laser surgery she regained sight of her left eye and after few more days a miracle happened that made her right eye regained sight also. During those days when she was blind I realized how hard it is to lose sight because it affects all your actions and activities and it’s like the world has shut its door on you. After that experience I’m more careful with my eyes and began to consider having my nearsightedness cured by Lasik surgery. 

I was used to wearing eyeglasses since college and even if contact lenses are in nowadays I didn’t wear one of those as my busy schedule is not conducive to wearing such lenses. I will get rid of my eyeglasses when I’ve regained my 20/20 vision. I know I can only achieve that through Lasik surgery just like the best lasik services in Chicago being offered by highly experienced Chicago LASIK and cataract surgeon Dr. Sondheimer. 

He offers services such as Lasik eye surgery in Chicago, glaucoma treatments, contact lens fittings, Crystalens lens implants, ReSTOR Multifocal lens implants, toric lens implants to treat astigmatism and cataract surgery in Illinois. Their services also include the latest refractive technologies and techniques to bring about the best solutions in vision correction to thousands of his patients. With the help of great surgeons like him I see the future with less correction eyeglasses on many patients with eye defects. That would include my own nearsightedness. Soon I’ll be free from eyeglasses.


Thea October 17, 2012 at 1:13 PM  

My brother had this, and his vision is now 20/20. He let me watch the video (he was given a CD of what was done to him). OMG! I'm thankful I have 20/20 vision, I'm just too scared to undergo that, but my brother says there's no pain, he just felt some discomfort.

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