LASIK and Refractive Surgery Consultation
and Co-Management

Have you been considering LASIK vision correction surgery to eliminate the need for contact lenses or eyeglasses? If so, getting a comprehensive eye exam is an essential first step.

During your comprehensive eye exam, we will evaluate the health of your eyes to make sure you are a good candidate for LASIK vision correction surgery. We will also determine your current eyeglass prescription.

LASIK vision correction surgery will reshape the cornea, which is the clear front surface of the eye, so your optometrist will assess the shape and thickness of your corneas to confirm it is safe for you to have the surgery.

We may also assess your eyes to determine if there are possible dry eye problems, and if there are signs of dry eye, we may recommend treatment for dry eye prior to recommending LASIK surgery for you so that you avoid complications related to dry eye.

If you are considering LASIK vision correction surgery, remember the first step is to have a comprehensive eye exam. When you call to schedule an appointment for your comprehensive eye exam, please mention your interest in consulting with an optometrist about LASIK vision correction surgery.