by Anura Guruge
I had both eyes done 12-days apart.
Left eye. Nov. 25, 2020.
Right eye. Dec. 7, 2020.
Dr. Theodor Sauer
I am uncharacteristically lost for words to adequately describe
his brilliance, CARING & dedication.
Click to ENLARGE & read here. From the ‘OCB’ Website.
For health reasons you cannot donate used contact lenses. I looked.
I can see AGAIN!
I can actually see & read things without contact lenses or glasses. I have not been able to do that in over 52-years! 52-years. That is a longtime.
This is the BEST VISION I have had since I was 14-years old. I am in awe.
Dr. Theodor Sauer is a genius. A magician. I am in awe of his skills & his traits as a caring, compassionate human being. Wow. He is a GOOD MAN. Salt of the Earth.
He worked Thanksgiving morning so folks like I could have surgery the day before (given that OCB insists on a post-op check-up the day after surgery). He has called me at 9am on Saturday & at 6:30pm in the evening. He cares. He is dedicated. He is brilliant.
I lucked out. I did not pick him. OCB, i.e., Ophthalmic Consultants of Boston, never gave me a chance. He was assigned to I & I could NOT be gladder. I lucked out. I won the lottery.
No pain, not even any discomfort! Did NOT have to take any pills after surgery. Both eyes GREAT.
He also has two amazing support staff: Jessica J. & Carla A. They were both outstanding. So helpful, so patient. I lucked out.
I found OCB on the Web. I wanted my eyes ‘done’ in Boston. SMILE.
I called them, for the first time, on September 10, 2020. They told me I had to go 3-weeks without contact lenses in either eye. Based on that they got me an appointment with Dr. Sauer on October 1, 2020.
88-days from 1st phone call to having my 2nd eye done!
Not even 3-months. Some places in New Hampshire couldn’t get me in for my preliminary appointment for 3-months.
Am I happy? Am I glad? Am I excited? It is nice to be able to see.
Second time in 20-months that I have totally & utterly lucked out with surgeons. March 2019 was when I needed my emergency quadricep tendon tear surgery. That time I was assigned Dr. Charles Blitzer. He also did magic & I honestly thought I would never, ever encounter a doctor as good as Dr. Blitzer. Then I was assigned Dr. Sauer. Has to be Karma. I was due some, but I seem to have been rewarded in buckets.
So, when it comes to OCB all I have is praise, kudos, admiration, respect & THANKS. I can’t recommend or endorse them any higher. I lucked out.
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by Anura Guruge