Reviewed By Viga Boland for Readers’ Favorite - YOUR PRECIOUS SIGHT

When we’re young and feeling invincible, unless we have cause, we don’t give a lot of thought to our health, let alone our eyes. That all changes as we age and begin to notice we aren’t seeing as clearly as we once did, or we need stronger glasses, or one eye seems blurrier than the other. That’s what makes a book like Your Precious Sight by Dr. Eichin Chang-Lim a “must read”. Quite frankly, waiting until we have a reason to read it might just be too late. Dr. Chang-Lim’s book is not only a delight, thanks to the conversational style and a copious number of true-life anecdotes, but more importantly for the information it provides in easy-to-understand layman’s terms. 

The Importance of Eye Health - A Review from Readers' Favorite for Your Precious Sight

Reviewed By Kayti Nika Raet for Readers’ Favorite

Your Precious Sight: An Optometrist’s Most Memorable Cases by Eichin Chang-Lim, O.D. details the many cases she's had in over thirty years of practice. After her father woke up with vision loss in one eye, Dr. Chang-Lim would eventually grow up to become an optometrist and open a thriving practice in California. Each chapter is dedicated to a different ailment, starting from how each patient came to her attention, as well as what happened after they followed her prescription. At the end of each chapter, Dr. Chang-Lim shares a short paragraph detailing each condition further along with tips on how to properly care for contacts and other aspects of ocular health. Dr. Chang-Lim invites the reader on a journey through various parts of the medical field in a way that informs and empowers the reader.

A Collection of Real-Life Cases by an Optometrist - A Review for Your Precious Sight

Reviewed By Jessica Barbosa for Readers’ Favorite

Your Precious Sight by Eichin Chang-Lim is a collection of real-life cases composed by the optometrist author. It’s a documentation of various situations handled and experienced by Dr. Chang-Lim, including her diagnoses and the possible causes of such outcomes. In every chapter, Dr. Chang-Lim highlights the different eye problems and questions she encountered in her profession. She provided stories ranging from easy, memorable cases to the worst ones she’s encountered so far. At the end of the chapter, she gives key points that summarize the most important parts that should be remembered.

Review for Your Precious Sight - A Superb Insight Into Eye Health and Procedures

Reviewed By K.C. Finn for Readers’ Favorite

Your Precious Sight: An Optometrist’s Most Memorable Cases is a short work of non-fiction based on eye health and medicine, and was penned by Doctor Eichin Chang-Lim. Whatever your concerns may be about your eyesight, either now or in the future, this collection of memories and advice spans a whole range of different conditions which are likely to affect us at some point in our lives. From simple conditions like pink eye, allergic reactions, and dry eye, through to more complex surgeries and diseases that can take your sight away completely, Dr. Chang-Lim offers practical information about how different cases come about, and what you can do to look after such an important organ in your body.

Five Star Review of Your Precious Sight from Readers' Favorite

Reviewed By Joel R. Dennstedt for Readers’ Favorite

The primary message contained in Your Precious Sight, Dr. Eichin Chang-Lim’s informative but accessible compilation of professional ophthalmic case studies, is self-evident in the title, and the doctor/author is repetitively cautionary, at one point summarizing her concern most concisely when she states: My personal motto and advice to my patients and loved ones – including you, my dear readers – is “when in doubt, check it out.” She is referring, of course, to any abnormalities one might experience regarding ongoing vision-related health, including less obvious but often significant indicative symptoms such as migraines, dizziness, and nausea. Obviously, Dr. Chang-Lim’s most forceful recommendation is that echoed by all medical professionals in every specialty: Do not neglect your routinely scheduled check-ups.

Your Precious Sight Tops the New Release Chart in Optometry

Your Precious Sight: An Optometrist's Most Memorable Cases is a #1 New Release in Optometry!

Are you petrified by the thought of permanently living in COMPLETE DARKNESS?

Did you know that the only way to detect insidious eye diseases in the early stage, a crucial step in preventing the loss of eyesight, is through a regular comprehensive eye exam?

Your Precious Sight is written by optometrist Dr. Eichin Chang-Lim. In this book, she shares the most memorable cases in her decades of being an eye doctor in an easy-to-read, insightful style.

The stories span pediatrics to geriatrics and include lazy eyes, pink eyes, ocular allergies, refractive surgeries, the effects of diseases like multiple sclerosis and diabetes on your vision, eye twitching, floaters, flashing lights, dry eyes, glaucoma, age-related macular degeneration, cataracts, and more.

This book is entertaining, fascinating, and informative. The author's ultimate goal is to encourage you never to take your precious sight for granted.

Read this book and gain a better appreciation for that marvelous organ—the eyeball!

NEW RELEASE! Your Precious Sight: An Optometrist's Most Memorable Cases

I had been in the eye care profession for over three decades. The excitement and astonishment from examining patients' eyes and looking into their "windows to the soul" have never waned. The eye is such a marvelous organ. It's one of the smallest organs in the human body—the average size of an adult eyeball is approximately two-thirds the size of a ping-pong ball—yet it controls the majority of our learning, thinking, feelings and daily activities.

Through the years, there were several occurrences that saddened my heart because many a detrimental eye condition could be easily reversed and managed if the patient would have come in earlier to have his/her eye checked. The idea of writing a book regarding the urgency of regular comprehensive eye exams via telling stories, instead of hard-selling, had been brewing within me for a long time. Since we sold our practice one year ago, I finally found the chance to fulfill it.