Laser Eye Surgery Is… Liberating!
Laser Eye Surgery is a life changing experience. Thus, it is very common for many corrective eye surgery patients to feel liberated after the procedure. In the case of some patients, it’s quite normal for them to struggle with the decision before ultimately opting for an entirely optional procedure. After all, we are creatures of habit and the idea of revamping our lives can be daunting and even a little scary. Here are two stories that may change your own personal outlook on Laser Eye Surgery..
Paul C felt extremely liberated. This was in spite of the fact that he felt that he had been getting along just fine in life for half a century with visual aids such as glasses and contacts. Needless to say, he didn’t go into this lightly and it took him a while to decide that surgery was the right option for him. After all, Paul has a point, why change a system that has been working for you for your entire life? For Paul and many other patients, the reason realized is shockingly simple: To improve your life! Since having his vision surgically corrected he feels liberated by not having to worry about the hassle of contacts and glasses.
Some people feel liberated by the connection that it creates for them with their surroundings. Take Debra P for an example, the first day she was surprised by how much better she could already enjoy the simple details of her surroundings. This included things like seeing the leaves on the trees and pebbles on the grounds. After a full recovery, she took pleasure in being able to actually identify her kids in the swimming pool! Laser Eye Surgery has changed most of her daily experiences, even the most basic. For example, she now doesn’t have to spend additional time in the shower awkwardly trying to distinguish between the shampoo and the conditioner.
At London Vision Clinic we aim to provide you all the information you need to ensure you make an informed decision prior to having Laser Eye Surgery. Our initial consultation is complimentary as we believe it is important for you meet your provider before you embark on this liberating journey.