We can explain how important it is to have a surgeon who cares about your outcomes, we can also explain to you as a patient what it feels like to have the proper support from office staff during a surgery or procedure that can truly affect your vision such as laser cataract surgery. However, our explanation is nowhere close to how it sounds through one of our actual patient’s words. Those of you who have a loved one who is having vision problems, or looking into laser cataract surgery, or any eye surgery for that matter, please read below and share it with them.Read More
LASIK: Give yourself a gift this year. Better Vision? You deserve it! Use your FLEX dollars or your Health Savings Account before the end of the year!Read More
We can write about what happens at our office any day of the week. We can explain to patients how LASIK works, how they will feel, the entire process. We can even show them videos and animations thanks to technology. However, hearing what happens from another party, in their own words, especially one of our patients is the most valuable, real feedback there could be. This was a testimonial a patient willingly shared on the internet and we are sharing with our followers! Thank you so much for the kind words but most of all for providing the story to future potential LASIK success stories! Please see below for a real-life LASIK experience from consultation to end!Read More
Nothing speaks more highly when you are deciding whether you should make a decision for a medical procedure than when you hear from a patient that has gone through a similar experience.
Please read below. This is one of our keratoconus patients that was treated by Drs. Slade and Baker at our clinic. She chose to write this feedback on her own and we thank her for the amazing review!
Corneal Collagen Cross Linking is a major decision for patients that are dealing with keratoconus and we appreciate any words from patients that have gone through this procedure. Thank you for sharing!Read More
As Dr. Baker summed it all up, “Wow. Some days are better than others.”
There are patient stories about surgery and then there are stories that bring you to tears and change your day. This is one of those. He brought tears to our own doctors eyes the day after his surgery. He brought tears to my eyes as he was standing outside of work this morning and sharing this. And after you look at the amount of patients Drs. Slade & Baker have treated over the years, you will learn, this only happens with a powerful story like this one.
READ THE FULL INCREDIBLE STORY!Read More
A patient shares his Keratoconus story all the way from diagnosis to after his crosslinking CXL procedure. Seeing this process from start to finish through an actual patient’s eyes is so important to share! We know there are a lot of you out there doing research. If you or your loved one has been diagnosed with keratoconus, come in and have a consultation today!Read More
We all know that we usually do not provide reviews for restaurants, doctors’ offices, stores, etc. unless we are unhappy or had a bad experience. So you know when someone takes the time to write about you, it’s because it must’ve been great!
Last night we were left an amazing review by an amazing patient. Thank you Travis, we love hearing from patients like you and we truly appreciate you taking your valuable time to share your experience! Congratulations on your bionic eye!Read More
Dr. Stephen Slade has been chosen to lecture about various new, cutting edge topics in the Eye World at the 2014 American Society of Cataract and Refractive Surgery (ASCRS) Congress that takes place in Boston this weekend – April 25-29!
Dr. Slade is asked to speak all over the world throughout the year but the ASCRS is attended by doctors from all over the US and international surgeons as well. Read more to see the topics of what he will be discussing!Read More
January is Glaucoma Awareness Month and in honor of it we want to talk about glaucoma in “regular people” terms. This way, patients and potential patients can truly understand glaucoma.
Read this blog to learn more about the causes, effects and truth about glaucoma, the silent disease and learn why annual eye exams are so important.Read More
Have you ever wondered, “why is it that I didn’t get mom’s blue eyes and my brother did?” or “I think I would look way better with green eyes?”
Don’t feel bad, don’t be embarrassed. We all have. In fact, it’s been proven that most people wish they could change a genetic trait of theirs and out of all of those people, eye color is a very popular choice.
Read more to find out about iris implants…Read More