What to Expect Before, During & After Your LASIK Surgery?
Bellevue ophthalmology clinics have been offering bladeless LASIK vision correction for almost a year now.
Our medical team focuses on safety and efficiency through a personalized approach. Patients are accompanied from the time they make an appointment until the end of their journey.
Prior to surgery, eligible individuals meet with their surgeon for an initial appointment to perform exams and receive preoperative instructions. We believe that this first contact is important to establish a bond of trust and properly guide patients through their process. It should be noted that all refractive surgeries in our clinics are performed by corneal ophthalmologists.
Everything takes place in 4 crucial steps, that is to say: the selection of candidates, the preoperative examinations, the surgical intervention and the postoperative follow-up.
Request an appointment
When you make an appointment online or by phone, you will have to fill out a preoperative questionnaire as well as an initial health check.
1st appointment: preoperative examinations
If you are a good candidate, you will need to pass a series of exams to officially determine your eligibility and your choice of treatment. During this appointment, you will meet your doctor and receive the preoperative instructions as well as all the consent documents for the surgery.
2nd appointment: surgery
Before the intervention, the surgeon can repeat certain examinations to validate the measurements and increase the precision of the procedure. The operation is painless and takes just a few minutes.
You will leave the clinic with the postoperative instructions in hand.
During the year following the intervention, follow-up appointments will take place with your surgeon to ensure a good postoperative evolution of your visual correction.
Make an appointment for a free evaluation
If you are considering freeing yourself from your glasses with LASIK surgery, you can start your journey by making an appointment online for a free evaluation. Our medical team will inform you about the operation as well as all the types of vision correction offered in our clinics.
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