I still get messages almost every day from people asking about my LASIK experience. Y’all, it is still one of the best things I have literally ever done for myself. Hands down.
If you’re in the Atlanta area like me, you can go see my guy. He’s really good. His name is Dr. Woodhams. If you’re not, it’s so easy to find a LASIK doctor near you if you just scroll down to the bottom of this page—they can help you find out if you’re a candidate. I was thinking about it, and I used to have to plan out my toiletries with my contacts and spare contacts and solution, and I don’t have to do that anymore when I travel. I get my toothbrush and that’s it. I can see when I wake up and it’s amazing.
I did have to talk to my doctor to make sure I was a good candidate and discuss potential side effects like dry eye and visual disturbances, which you can read more about at the bottom of this page.
Honestly, I will forever sing the praises of LASIK, and I absolutely recommend getting rid of your glasses or contacts. It’s like walking without crutches for the first time.
*Sara Hopkins is a paid consultant of Johnson & Johnson Surgical Vision, Inc.