STILL OCCASIONALLY THINK CONTACTS IN
Doctor Wallace says:
Blair came to us having been referred by a good friend. I explained that with his very strong nearsightedness, there were at least three options: LASIK, surface treatment (PRK) and Visian ICL. Fortunately, he had very adequate corneal tissue thickness and perfectly normal corneal curvature, so I felt he’d do very nicely with LASIK. Now more than a month out from his care (as of October, ’12) he is delighted. He says that the only problem he has is that he still occasionally thinks he has his contact lenses in, and at the end of the day finds himself occasionally poking himself in the eye to remove them (:->).