First ever yelp review, figured this one is worth making an account for. It's been two months and I see between 20/20 and 20/15. I did PRK (NOT LASIK). I'm pretty sure my own results are above average, recovered super quick. They gave me a lot of good advice, to make sure my vitamins are up and take some omega 3's. You always have someone to contact before and after the operation whenever you need it. This was useful, I ran out of prescription eye drops at one point and another time I was worried when my eye was hurting. No biggie, they had me come in immediately and double checked that everything was ok.<br><br>I have suffered from dry eye in the past, I couldn't wear contacts anymore comfortably on a daily basis, so for the last six years I'd been wearing glasses. My biggest concern is that if contacts didn't work out, would PRK? I did research, it increases the chances of dry eye.<br><br>I'm super happy with my choice. It's a scary operation but it worked out for me very well. <br><br>Side effects to know about:<br>- first day after the operation you better sleep or it'll hurt till you do.<br>- I could watch TV within a few days.<br>- Light sensitivity for 4-8 weeks, no biggie, just wear any sunglasses when you go outside.<br><br>Closing thoughts: I'd shopped around for prices. PRK and Lasik are standard procedures. You don't need to go crazy on the expensive side of the spectrum breaking your bank just to get this operation. Ellis was a really great candidate, definitely amongst the top, but also had a good price.