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How Do You Win the Battle with Insurance?

Honestly, this all depends on your definition of winning. If you saw my last post, you know the struggles we have had. I am happy to ...

Provider of the Month: Dave LeGrand

We have another amazing Ocularist for you this month! Enjoy! What drew you to this profession? My father was an ocularist. He ...

The Frustration with Insurance

It has taken me a while to decide whether or not to share this post. It was written in the heat of a tough moment. Ultimately, I ...

Discovering PFV: Olivia Penton’s Story

“Can you take one more look at her eye; it really looks small and cloudy to me…” I’d been saying these words since the day Olivia came home for the first time. I had a relatively healthy pregnancy, no complications during delivery, and she was a healthy baby with a beautiful head of dark ...

Olivia Reese: Day of surgery

The day we had been waiting for was finally here! Today was the day Olivia would have her retina re-attached and the stalk caused by her PFV would be clipped. The doctor would also check to see how big Olivia’s cataract was in order to determine whether to remove it during this procedure or to wait ...

Katia Sanchez

Katia’s Journey

Our sweet girl was born on October 26, 2017 at 1:14PM. She was sassy, loud and very healthy, we named her Katia Zoe.   At around 4 months of age I started to notice that Katia’s right eye would not focus as well as her left eye. I know someone is always telling us to not compare to other kids, ...

Oliver’s PFV Journey Continues

Though we planned to end the procedures, there was one more surgery the following March, at 8 months old, to swap the oil out for a gas bubble as there was a small amount of leakage occurring.  We had thought we were done – the road is full of surprises! But he did well, though recovery was a bit ...