I’m Interested in LASIK, What’s the First Step?Wednesday, December 23rd, 2015, 9:18 pm
You may have friends or family members who have received LASIK eye surgery and enthusiastically shared their experience. If you’re considering this popular procedure to improve your vision, you may wonder where to begin. Our experienced ophthalmologists, Dr. Steven Dell and Dr. Divya Varu, and extensively trained eye care team recommend scheduling a consultation with a reliable eye surgeon to get started. Additionally, there are a few other ways you can set off on the right path toward the best possible outcome.
The first step should be finding an eye surgeon who is reputable, communicative, and board certified. Your eyes are invaluable, and you’ll want to trust their care to someone who emphasizes your comfort, safety, and results above all else. Dr. Dell and Dr. Varu are certified by the American Board of Ophthalmology and offers complimentary vision screenings to help patients learn more about their unique needs and develop a customized treatment plan.
The Internet makes it possible to perform in-depth research without leaving your home. LASIK eye surgery can be performed a number of different ways and with different types of technology. At Dell Laser Consultants, we utilize some of the most advanced equipment available, and we offer LASIK, iLASIK™, Intralase LASIK, and Custom LASIK. Changes in technology happen quickly, and the latest advances typically offer improvements in outcome and safety. The right ophthalmologist will help you better understand the differences between each approach. He or she can determine which vision enhancement method is the right one for your needs and goals.
While you’re researching the various LASIK surgery techniques, you should also look into the procedure experience and recovery process. Knowing what to expect can help you prepare for the surgery and optimize your outcome. LASIK surgery generally will be a quick procedure that requires little downtime. In most cases, patients can see clearly by the next day.
There are many steps you can take to become well-informed about LASIK eye surgery. For more information, please contact our office today. We are happy to answer your questions or help you schedule a consultation with Dr. Dell or Dr. Varu.