Our Comprehensive Vision Assessment Includes the following:
- Refraction to determine your prescription and the amount of correction needed
- Corneal Topography an image of the shape of your cornea
- Ultrasound Pachymetry to measure the overall corneal thickness
- Dry Eye Testing to determine the level of tears the patient produces. Patients with excessive dry eye may not be candidates.
- Dilated Retinal exam to check for any health issues in the retina.
- Pupilometry to measure the size of the pupil
- Additional Testing may be performed depending on what Dr. Kelly encounters during the exam. We often find other conditions such as Glaucoma, Diabetes, Cataract, and Macular Degeneration.
- Review of the various procedures we offer
- Discussion of the risks & benefits of laser vision correction
- Q & A
No matter what happens afterwards, if it turns out you’re not a candidate or you just decide it’s not for you, you’ll walk away with useful insights about your eyes.