I’VE FORGOTTEN I EVER WORE GLASSES
I held off for 1.5 years to leave my review, even though they nicely asked for one a few weeks after the procedure. To me, it would be more useful to give my review after having some longterm results.
I found the people there to be pretty nice. I also liked Dr. Wallace’s honesty with me – I directly asked if there would be a difference between the more expensive and the bladed surgery, and he said ‘no’ (this is just my case, it might not be yours if your cornea is different). The surgery went well, although my my left eye was worse than my right.
Recovery: this part was harder than I expected, and I think I regretted the surgery immediately, at first. Basically, I felt dizzy…Kind of like you get when you get a new pair of glasses. I don’t exactly remember how long it took before it went away (maybe 2-3 weeks). I took anti-nausea medications, but it went away. I remember visiting Dr. Tabanfar. She was very helpful and comforting as I was dealing with these issues.
It takes a while for your vision to stabilize…Maybe took me 4-6 weeks, although it continues to improve over more months. Overall, 1.5 years later, I’m happy with my experience. My vision is very good, and I’ve forgotten I ever wore glasses.