Starting Your LASIK Journey

LASIK can be intimidating to some people, which is understandable. But most of their fear is because of common misconceptions or lack of knowledge about the procedure. Other prospective patients may feel intimidated because they don’t know how to start the process. Here at 20/20, we can help you start your LASIK journey, and it’s easier than you think.

 

Contact Us

Contacting us is the first step of your LASIK journey. You can fill out the  Contact Us form on our website, or you can call our office. When you fill out the Contact Us form online, one of our vision consultants will contact you within the timeframe you request after it is submitted.

 

Initial Phone Screen

When you talk to our vision consultants, they will ask you some medical questions as part of our initial screening process. You’ll be asked questions about how long you’ve worn glasses or contacts, if you have any eye issues, or if you have any systemic diseases, like diabetes or thyroid issues.

After asking you these questions, the vision consultants will then explain in detail the different procedures we offer. They’ll also describe what to expect at your evaluation and on procedure day, and they’ll give you information on the types of payment options and financing that we offer. At the end of the call, they’ll schedule you for you complimentary consultation.

 

Consultation

Your consultation will last about an hour and a half. During the appointment, our vision technicians will take scans of your eyes and test your vision. Then, one of our doctors will talk to you about your different treatment options. If you are deemed a good candidate, then you can schedule your procedure!

 

Starting your LASIK journey doesn’t have to be intimidating or stressful. If you’re ready to take the first step, give us a call or contact us online today!

 

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