Jonathan Hunter, M.D.

Jonathan Hunter, M.D.

Since I began wearing glasses as a teenager, I wished for a better situation. Contact lenses were too much hassle and glasses just got scratched, broken, and lost. Finally, when I knew I would be deploying for Iraq, I decided to go through with LASIK and not be bothered with glasses in a combat zone. 

Robert Moore, M.D.

ROBERT MOORE, M.D.

I have been an outdoorsman all my life. Keeping up with glasses or contacts/solutions was difficult when I was out hiking or camping or on the water. Waterskiing was not something that I saw myself doing…it was something that I did by feel. 

Benjamin Close, M.D.

Like many people needing glasses or contacts for “far-sightedness”, I contemplated vision correction surgery for a period of time and just kept “putting it off”(too much to do, not enough time, can’t miss work to recover…typical stuff). The last straw happened after an LSU loss to Alabama, when I lost a contact lens, forgot spare glasses and drove home “one-eyed at 1:00AM. 

Yassar Nakhlawi, M.D.

Yassar Nakhlawi, M.D.

As a physician, my vision is a major asset. All the staff was great and definitely dedicated to customer service. My surgery was quick and easy. I had my LASIK surgery done 7 years ago; I had an excellent experince from the time I walked into the office. 

Sharifa Baker Bevels, M.D.

Sharifa Baker Bevels, M.D.

Before I had LASIK, I found myself tied to my glasses and contact lenses. It made playing sports and even enjoying vacations difficult. Professionally, my vision always needs to be corrected to make sure I could perform procedures with the highest precision. 

Manu Bhargava, M.D.

Manu Bhargava, M.D.

I have worn glasses since my early childhood. I had almost forgotten how beautiful it is to see clearly without the glasses anytime or anywhere. I couldn’t enjoy swimming or any other outdoor activities.