Feel free to do things that make you smile – without restrictions
One of the rewards of doing the job I do is seeing patients postoperatively.
Seeing them happier and more smiley and listening to how the surgery has changed their lives.
They feel more independent and freer, even the simplest of things, like being able to drive themselves to the local shops or to visit friends and family. The ability to take up hobbies that they weren’t able to perform, like golf, swimming or sailing.
Some people have unusual hobbies. A recent patient was the local church’s organist and the wedding season was in jeopardy because she had cataracts. But now, that cataracts have gone, the wedding season is back on again. Just seeing people happier, freer, more independent, living life to the fullest, and enjoying the things that make their life happy, joyous, and rewarding.
I think it’s very important that anyone considering cataract surgery or refractive lens exchange surgery is aware of the number one mistake that people make before they have the surgical intervention. It’s a mistake that people only know about once the procedure has been completed. Please provide your contact details to us, and we’ll ping you over the answer straight away.