Immigrant Receives Eye Surgery as Gift
Andrew Turowski came from Poland a couple of years ago to the States looking for work to support his wife and kids back home. He began working as mechanic and, after being laid off, was eventually hired by a Polish immigrant to work on a horse farm with her high-stepping horses. After realizing just how poor his vision was, his employer decided to pay for him to have vision correction surgery. Since he was too nearsighted for LASIK, his employer ended up paying for him to have implantable contact lens (ICL) surgery. At Eye Doctors of Washington, Dr. Clinch and Dr. Kang are experts at implanting the Visian ICL.