Casey's Story Part 2, LASIK and Visian ICL Patient

Have you been following Casey’s story? Hear about some of her experiences being nearsighted – they may sound familiar.

We can’t wait to show you what comes next…

#CaseyCanSee

I’m super excited to have it because I know it’s going to change my life tremendously. I can’t even see the big “E” without my glasses or contacts in. So just being able to wake up in the morning and be able to see clear, being able to drive without having to wear my contacts or glasses or go swimming without thinking that my contact is going to flip in my eye. I just know there’s been times even when I drive and I rub my eye and my contact either falls out or turns in my eye, that’s just always been an issue.

So just everything is going to change, it’s going to be crazy. Sometimes I’ll need to find my glasses in the middle of the night if I need to go downstairs or if Gabrielle is crying. I have to put them in to shower or not wear them at all and not be able to see anything. So I’m super excited. I’m super nervous in general, but I’m excited for the aftermath, definitely.

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