Owen: I started wearing glasses when I was about in third grade. I remember it was a big deal, me and my sister got them. We took pictures, sent them to our cousins in California and said, "Hey look, we now have glasses on our face and this is probably how we're going to be for the rest of our lives."
You hear the stories from people and you hear the messages all the time about the option of not having glasses or contacts. In the back of your mind you think, "Okay, that's a good idea. I don't want to really take the time but I have to go get checked out. It may not be as perfect for me as it could be." You can do something about it.
It can really change the way you see life and the way you go through your routine and simplify your life in a huge way.
Dr. Luke did my ICL procedure and the way he spoke during the procedure because you're awake but you're hanging out talking to him, he's asking you if you're doing okay the whole time. I'm a little bit nervous when it comes to any sort of procedure. That was probably the best part was the way Dr. Luke handled the whole conversation we basically had during the procedure. Every now and then he had to remind to stay still, other than that, it was a calming sense with him especially doing it. I know that's just his personality.
Having ICL for me has, of course, opened up my vision much more clearer. I host a show on the weekends called the Radio Opry. To stay in time with everyone on the show and the way our audience likes to come in and leave around the same time, there's a clock in the back of the theater and I can actually see it very clearly now. Things are a lot more in time for some reason because those red letters are clear as day all the way from the stage. Just being able to see, it's just about as basic of an explanation as it gets of the clarity that has come with having ICL.
The number one thing we hear from our patients is that they wish they’d had LASIK sooner.
So the question for you is… why wait any longer?