I would like the same thing. Ever fall asleep with your glasses on and knock them off in your sleep? Had that happen in bed a few weeks ago, and the only way to find them was to flick the comforter and listen for them to hit the floor to get a general idea where to find them. I am really starting to consider getting the Lasik done soon.STEALTH CRUISER said:It would be nice to wake up in the morning and not have to reach for the glasses first thing or go swimming and be able to see.
I had both eyes done the same day at age 51..... a tuesday, wed was a mandatory eye doctor visit, thursday I was at work.STEALTH CRUISER said:Question? Did you have both eyes done on the same day.If you did what would happen if the surgey didn't goes as planned.I would love to have it done.Just a little nervous.It would be nice to wake up in the morning and not have to reach for the glasses first thing or go swimming and be able to see.
Out in the world, you get what you get.Tony in AZ said:Next; the quality of light I am in effects my close up vision. In natural sun light I can read the small print of a news paper or magazine. In artificial light I must have on a 2.0 lens to read the same size print. Fluorescent lights are the worst on my vision. Doctors comments are : "That is interesting"