Brittany Panter I originally started to think about getting Lasik surgery because my sister had gotten it done in Korea the year prior. I had been wearing contacts for 10 years and was getting sick of the hassle and annoyance. She had highly recommended Dream Eyes so I did a bit of research online and made my appointment for the following week. I was instructed to stop wearing my contacts a week before my appointment and that the consultation would last about 2 hours. The woman who assisted me was extremely friendly and she spoke English, which was a huge help. The minute I arrived for my appointment I was greeted and given a couple of forms to fill out. Next, an English speaking Optometrist asked me a few questions regarding my eye sight then started a round of eye exams. As she was performing the tests, she explained what was being tested and why it was important. For a select number of tests, she showed me my results compared with the results of others so I could get a better understanding of what was average, or unusual. After about an hour or so, she explained that I was a good candidate for both Lasik and Lasek and then explained the difference between the two. After that, I met with my surgeon. He was extremely friendly and talked me through the process of both operations. After given the choice, I picked Lasik due to the faster recovery period. The optometrist then took me to a separate room and showed me some videos of both Lasik and Lasek which helped me better understand both procedures. She asked when I wanted to get the surgery and I was surprised when she offered an available appointment the next day. So, the following day I went in for surgery feeling a bit nervous. The friendly staff definitely helped put me at ease. I had my eye sight tested again, then was taken upstairs to get some numbing drops put into my eyes and had my whole face prepped. In the operating room, they played very relaxing music and the doctor described the whole procedure while it was being done. For about 15 seconds or so you have no eyesight, which was a bit scary, but the nurses were very comforting and the whole process was done in under 15 minutes. Afterwards I was taken into the recovery room for about 20 minutes. Following that, I met with my surgeon, had my eyes examined one last time, and was instructed to rest my eyes for the next few hours. I instantly had better eyesight, a bit fuzzy, but this symptom cleared within hours. It's been a month since surgery, and although my eyesight is already better than 20/20, it continues to improve day by day! I definitely recommend getting corrective eye surgery at Dream Eyes, for the friendly and professional service!