About three years ago I got into an accident with my car. Some crazy driver hit me from the left side, he did not stop in red light! After this event I had suffered from trauma to the crystalline lens in my right eye. I could only see vague image of people and things around me. I visited a few ophthalmology centers. Different surgeons told me that I am a not good candidate for surgery and suggested I wait for the situation to stabilize. Sometime later I got used to having a bad eyesight.
I work with a lot of documents at my job. Since there was a heavy load on the left eye, my eyesight in that eye began to weaken. In the summer of 2010 I felt acute pain in the left eye. My friend recommended me to phone Boothe Eye Care and make an appointment. I immediately called and when I met with Dr. William Boothe he was the first surgeon who said that my of both eyes can be operated. I was so glad! His assistant attentively examed both of my eyes and then the doctor diagnosed a secondary glaucoma in the left eye. I wanted to save my left eye and I needed to do a special antiglaucomatous operation.
I was amazed by Dr. Boothe – how he could he remain calm after very hard surgery on my eye. After surgery my intraocular pressure was improved. He restored my vision and now I have an overall 50 % vision, up from about 10% before surgery.
I can differentiate items and see their colors more vividly.
Many thanks to Dr. Boothe and his staff. I need to do another surgery in the future on my right eye and plan to return to this center for a second procedure.