Susan Quealey I had my surgery done at the end of May. The consultation before was thorough, and they explained the whole procedure to me. The actual surgery was a bit weird and uncomfortable, but it wasn't painful, and only took about seven minutes per eye. They had told me to expect some discomfort three days after the surgery, and they were right; that was the most painful day. But then on the fourth day I felt much better. My vision was blurry and I had to wear sunglasses and avoid computer or TV screens, but I could see and wasn't in much pain. By a week after the surgery I had hardly any pain, and could see okay. My vision has been getting steadily better. It's been about 4 1/2 months, and my vision is definitely better than it was before surgery, wearing contacts. I go for a check-up once a month, and I appreciate that they're so thorough in their follow-up, and also that the cost of the follow-up visits is all included in the upfront price of the procedure. I have already recommended Dream to other people, and I will continue to.