Went in to Mann Eye Institute today for a troubleshooting evaluation of my vision, which had been steadily declining for the past year or more.
I had all the usual extensive tests performed and an Rx for my glasses done.
My right eye's vision had declined from almost 20/20 to worse than 20/40.
I'd had lens replacement surgery, at a different eye clinic in Austin, about four years ago.
After all the tests, Dr. David Tremblay suggested that I consider Yag laser capsulotomy, which removes protein build-up from the back of my artificial lenses. He told me that since they'd already dilated my eyes, that it would be a short simple procedure.
I said, "OK, I'm ready to do it now."
About five minutes later, the vision in my right eye had been restored to about 20/25. A miracle. I feel blessed.
I can hardly wait 'til the same procedure is performed on my left eye. Painless, quick, miraculous!