Posted by: Georgia Eye Physicians and Surgeons in Eye Care, Spotlight Patient

Spotlight-Patient-For-June-2020 Doing the work to help our patients improve their vision is incredibly gratifying. That’s why it’s also such a treat for us to hear back from our patients. Our Spotlight Patient blog series allows our readers to better understand the impact that our vision care can have on the lives of our patients by letting them tell their unique stories in their own words. This month, we will be focusing on William, a patient who was experiencing considerable vision impairment before visiting with Dr. William Segal and our staff.

William is a retired research scientist currently working as a professor at Georgia Gwinnett College. His vision had become blurry and he had issues reading words from computer and television screens in recent years due to cataracts. After his wife, who experienced the same issues, came to Dr. Segal for cataract surgery and had an extremely positive experience, William finally took the leap and underwent the procedure himself.

To get a better idea of William’s experience in our office, hear it in his own words:

“I was tired of wearing contacts and after thinking about it for about a year, I thought I was finally ready. I have been seeing Dr. Segal for routine eye care for years and knew I would be in good hands. The surgery went like clockwork. It’s been wonderful not having to ever find a pair of glasses to see simple things or to ever have to deal with contact lenses anymore. The procedure went amazingly fast and the results are flawless. Even small things like reading words off a TV screen or computer are now crystal clear. “

Reading these words helps us know that we are doing our job well. We want to thank William for taking the time to share his story, as well as all of our other previous Spotlight Patients. If you would like to share your story or book an appointment with us, please contact Georgia Eye Physicians and Surgeons today. Don’t forget, you can follow us on Facebook and Twitter for more patient stories and eye care tips.