Healthcheck: New cataract laser
Barbara Delise is 75-years-old and going strong.
She’s going even stronger now that she had cataract surgery.
Her cloudy vision was clouding her team’s favorites scores.
“I couldn’t even tell on the TV what the Thunder’s score was, without asking somebody,” she said.
Barbara had cataract surgery with a laser brand-new to Oklahoma City.
It’s the first of its kind here in the metro.
Dr. Darrell Pickard said it makes a big difference.
“So we can make the incisions very precise, the exact same size, the exact same architecture every time with the laser.”
Dr. Pickard said it makes surgery time shorter and is more safe and the benefits don’t end there.
“The biggest benefits to the patient are that we can precisely treat not only the cataract, which is the cloud that is blocking their vision, but we can treat their actual prescription so we can eliminate as much as possible their need for glasses.”
A win-win situation for patients like Barbara.
“I can see the scores good, I can see the little clock on the tv good. I feel like I’m 20 again.”
If you want more information you can contact McGee, Pickard and Robinson Eye Associates at (405) 733-4545.
- 'I blame both sides,' Oklahoma militia members join fight against feds
- Land Run reenactment takes a dangerous turn at Mustang elementary school
- A mother's love: Mom bites off dog's ear to save 2-year-old daughter in Pit Bull attack
- Biological mother wants adopted son back from powerful family