Every year at this time, I begin making a mental list of all I hope to accomplish in the coming new year. More often than not, that list is all about taking care of myself and stepping closer to becoming the person I strive to be—things like going to the gym more often, spending more quality time with my children, and being the best husband I can be.

There’s no better time than the start of a new year to think about self-improvement, and that includes making sure we don’t miss life’s little moments. As a provider of LASIK in St. Louis, I have the opportunity nearly every day to witness the indescribable joy people feel when they open their eyes and, often for the first time, they see the world clearly, and with colors more vivid than they imagined! It’s a moving experience, for both our patients and our staff, and it never gets old.

Many people are beginning the new year with HSAs or FSAs that can be used to cover the cost of LASIK in St. Louis. There are also zero down and zero interest financing plans available to make clear, natural vision an affordable option. The results are priceless.

So when you’re making your list of resolutions, don’t forget to put yourself first. Seeing all life has to offer is a gift to yourself, and to those you love. Whether you no longer want to miss those important moments in your child’s or grandchild’s life, want to catch all the plays in the big game, or just want to drive at night without that dangerous blur, LASIK in St. Louis (and its seven FDA-approved alternatives) are life-changing, and the perfect way to start 2019!

To find out if you are a candidate for LASIK or any of its modern alternatives, take our quick self-test, or click here to schedule a comprehensive Brinton Vision Ocular Analysis. There’s no reason to wait a moment longer to have the vision you want!

Dr. Jason P. Brinton is an internationally recognized specialist in the field of LASIK and refractive surgery. He is a graduate of Harvard College, earned his medical doctorate from the Harvard Medical School and is board certified by the American Board of Ophthalmology.