San Antonio, TX | Leslie Smith LAL Cataract Patient | Focal Point Vision
Leslie Smith: My life is fabulous. I mean, when you can see better, I mean and when you're older and everything still works a little bit, you're thankful, but when everything works like it hasn't worked in 40 years, my vision, it's a miracle to me. And I think it's a gift from God. I mean, I just feel blessed and that's the truth.
Leslie Smith: The surgery was not painful at all. Wearing dark glasses for about four weeks was tedious. I love to talk about the surgery. I have. I love coming up here and giving my testimony about what's happened to me and my vision. And I do it at church, and I do it at the grocery store, and I do it everywhere. And when I get a chance to read the fine print for somebody that I'm with that has glasses and they can't, and I don't and I can, it's fabulous.
Leslie Smith: I don't have a lot of money to have a lot of things done or I would, but that I got a vision done, I mean, I had no idea there was such a thing. And I tell everybody about it now. Growing old is not for sissies, and every little thing you can get that helps is fabulous. And I do feel like I've got a new lease on life because I really do have my vision back, my near vision that I thought I never would after 40 years of not being able to see up close with glasses. Life is much better in focus and I can never thank Dr. Lehmann and Focal Point Vision for what they've done for me. It's a blessing. It's wonderful.