Hi please please please can people who have seen or had surgery with either doctor let me know how the surgey went and if it wa successful. I have a few single broken blood vessels in my eyes which really effect my confidence and I want rid. I kepp trying to send pics to the docs but apparently they are not clear nough for them to determine if im good candidate or not which is really annoying. Has anyone had the eye whitening just for single blood vessels and not the usual redness?. I am in the UK and obviously terrified of the safety of this so im still in the early stages of deciding. I'm researching everything and Dr wachler is waaay too expensive. Im guessing Dr Kim is the best and he has been very prompt and friendly getting back to my emails which I find amazing considering how busy he must be. The only thing is Dr Klein would be so much easier to get to. Both Drs prices were pretty much the same. I also was a bit confused how Dr Kim prefers you to stay for one week yet Dr Klein said I could leave to fly back to the UK whenever?!. Everyone in the UK says this is not a safe thing to have done and i should avoid it. I would be so grateful if anyone who has had this done or just anyone in a similar situation as me could post as obviously its so hard to find much reliable information as its still a really unspoken of thing in the UK. I wish there were some doctors over here that do it. I even researched the highest ophalmic doctors I could find in the UK and there were all very negative about the procedure which has worried me. Also these MMC eyedrops sounds scary . Do all the Doctors use these?. I noticed a post with a lady saying Dr Kim could remove vessels (single ones) without need to use the MMC drops?. I'm soooo confused. I don't dare email the Drs anymore because I feel like I am pestering them.
PLease , please post if your in a similar position to me or if you have had surgery with DR Klein or Dr Kim.
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