LeBron James is a professional basketball player for the Cleveland Cavaliers. He is known as “King James” because of his high achievements the sport. James began his career at age 18, when he signed his first contract with Nike sportswear and started to play for the Cavaliers. In the first season he established himself as the first successful young basketball player in league history to score forty-one points in a game. In 2003-2004 he was named as NBA Rookie of the Year and many others titles including NBA’s Most Valuable Player (MVP).
James suffered a long time from poor vision. In September of 2007 he made the decision to undergo laser eye surgery. A few days after his delicate eye procedure, he was in good condition and was able to continue his strenuous off-season workouts.
Today, Lasik is the most popular vision correction procedure available. In addition, Lasik is a successful surgery that improves vision for the majority of patients. More than 98% of patients are satisfied with the outcome of their Lasik procedures. LeBron James is sure that “A short time of discomfort is well worth it in order to improve your eyesight, whatever level of basketball you may play!”
The success of your Lasik procedure depends on the performing surgeon’s professionalism and technologies that are used during laser surgery. The Boothe Eye Care Center provides its patients with excellent Lasik results due to their highly experienced surgical staff and modern technology. Dr. William Boothe is one of the most experienced Lasik surgeons in the U.S.. He has personally performed more VISX Custom 3-D Wavefront laser surgeries than other refractive surgeons in the world. The majority of the professional ophthalmologists recommend Dr. William Boothe to their patients because he performs laser eye surgeries at the best level.
The most important part in the surgery is creating the corneal flap and Dr. Boothe performs this step with absolutely accuracy using the femtosecond laser. The laser beam is guided by computer software that creates a corneal flap dependent on the needs of the patient. Because of this innovative technology Dr. William Boothe can pre-determine the progress of the surgery. When the laser successfully reshapes the cornea, Dr. Boothe returns the corneal flap back in place. The process takes about 30 seconds per eye – such a quickly procedure provides faster healing and as a result, a perfect outcome.
If you want to examine your eyes and determine whether or not you are a good candidate for laser eye surgery, contact us to set up a free consultation with Dr. William Boothe at (214) 328-0444.