A PERMANENT SOLUTION FOR YOUR EYESIGHT
As more people develop refractive errors, whether due to digital eye strain or simply because of genetics, more patients are looking for a permanent solution to correct their eyesight. This solution has manifested itself in the form of laser eye surgery.
While laser eye surgery can help patients with a range of refractive issues, it does not mean that every patient is a candidate for surgery. We offer consultations to help you discover if laser vision correction is right for you.
Please, book your consultation with us today.
WHAT IS LASER EYE SURGERY?
As mentioned earlier, some patients may not be candidates for refractive surgery procedures. Some factors, like corneal scarring, thin corneas, eye injuries, and past eye surgeries, can limit your candidacy for laser eye surgery.
TYPES OF SURGERIES
When you come in for your surgery, make sure you’ve made arrangements for transportation and work following the procedure. You will not be able to drive for a few days, and your eyes will need a few days to a week to heal before you return to work.
POST-SURGERY MANAGEMENT & CARE
Following your refractive surgery, your co-management team will schedule a series of follow-up appointments to manage the healing process.
You will get a special pair of sunglasses as well as eye drops to help protect and soothe your eyes while they are healing. You may experience some side-effects following the procedure, including dry eyes, light sensitivity, and irritation, but these are common. If you believe your side-effects are persisting longer than average or you are in significant discomfort, please contact your eye doctor for assistance.
BOOK YOUR CONSULTATION TODAY
If you’re ready for a permanent solution to your refractive error, please book a consultation with our team today. We can determine if you’re a candidate for refractive surgery and which procedure would be best for you.