I can not express how happy I am with the cataract surgery I had last month. I was worried about the surgery because I had had RK done to my eyes at least 25 years ago. Dr. Loden reassured me that I would not have a problem with the surgery. I was very happy with the results! The staff at the surgical center are very helpful and efficient! I would Definitely recommend this place!!
I cannot praise Dr Loden and his staff enough. I had Refractive Lens Replacement and I cannot be happier. After 50 years of wearing glasses, I now have 20/20 Vision. I had absolutely no pain at all. With each visit, preparing for the replacement, two procedures and follow up visits, I was treated kindly by every staff member I encountered. Dr Loden and his entire staff are very professional and efficient. Every question I had was thoroughly answered, and Dr Loden made sure I understood every step of this procedure. They went to great lengths to make me feel comfortable.My only regret is that I did not do this sooner. I highly recommend Dr Loden for any eye procedure.
Living life with bad vision (-9 Right/-6 Left) isn't ideal but was my normal for the past 20 years. I had considered LASIK for a long time and finally took the plunge after an eye infection, years of uncomfortable (and expensive) contacts and reminders from my optometrist that my prescription was close to being too bad for LASIK. I am so glad to have finally trusted my doctors (thanks Dr. Doherty!) to repair my eyes. <br><br>The first step in the process is to come in for an initial consultation to see if you would be a good candidate for LASIK. Using 3D mapping, they can assess the health of your eyes. Afterwards, the surgical reps advise on financial information (payment plans through CareCredit are available). The entire process can feel a bit rushed as they want to schedule you immediately for another pre-operative appointment and then surgery, but don't be afraid to ask for more time. I did, as I needed time to explore financing options and also wanted to compare PRK vs. LASIK. Between appointments, expect to wear your glasses and not your contacts since your eyes need time to adjust to their natural shape before surgery. <br>There were some logistical hiccups throughout the entire 3 week experience such as my primary doctor no longer being available due to early maternity leave and having to move surgical locations on the day of my actual surgery, but nothing overshadowed the results I got. <br><br>Tip: LASIK can be a hefty financial investment. Depending on the insurance provider you have, the costs can vary. Superior Vision offers a heavily discounted rate if you book your LASIK through QualSight with a Qualsight approved surgeon. I highly recommend looking into this as I saved over $1000 by doing so. <br><br>For the first time since second grade, I'm able to see things from a distance. I have pretty dry eyes and see halos at night, but that's normal Â as it can take up to 6 months to fully heal and for your vision to stabilize. If your full-time work requires extensive computer usage, expect tired/dry eyes by the end of the day and use hydrating drops 24/7. I had to get prescription eye drops to reduce the dryness. I am so happy to finally SEE without contacts or glasses and to be able to wake up in the morning and see clearly. So thankful that this is my #newnormal and for #lodenlasik. Â #eyes #lasik #icansee #yaytechnology
Ive never been as secure about my eye/health care as I have been with Dr Loden.
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