Michael Harlan's Cataract Surgery Testimonial
In this cataract surgery testimonial, Michael Harlan explains that cataracts made it difficult to see clearly in low-light situations. Following his cataract surgery by Dr. Emilio Justo, he was able to achieve 20/20 vision. Mr. Harlan is now able to see the world more clearly, and feels cataract surgery by Dr. Justo was the best decision of his life.View transcript
My vision was blurry and dim. I looked at the world and what I saw was a smaller world. Lighting became more of a requirement. I had to turn on lights when I went into a room. I had more lighting needs. I knew I had choices and the choice was clear to me. Dr. Emilio Justo and the Arizona Eye Institute was my choice. I knew first-hand that Dr. Justo is committed to patient care. I knew also that Dr. Justo has a beautiful office and a well-trained, caring staff. His commitment to his patients in terms of their outcomes was something I was quite aware of. When I met Dr. Justo, he told me that the time was right for the surgery. Well, on the day of the surgery I arrived and the great team of the Arizona Eye Institute welcomed me. Dr. Justo checked in with me, made sure I was feeling well and I was comfortable. The procedure itself took 15 minutes. I never really felt anything as far as stress or discomfort. I was feeling very comfortable throughout the entire surgery. The first day, I was a little blurry, and by the second to the fourth day, my vision had started to clear up so much that the colors became so bright and vibrant and brilliant. My world opened up. I went to see Dr. Justo for my follow-up appointment, and I was delighted to learn that my vision was 20/20 without glasses. Dr. Justo assured me my eye was healing properly, and just like that, my world became larger, and what I was seeing became so much clearer. I would recommend Dr. Emilio Justo and the Arizona Eye Institute as the place to have your cataract surgery. The decision I made was the best decision for me. It has changed my life, and it is the most important life decision I've made.