LASIK Consultation

LASIK Consultation Richmond


Thinking about getting LASIK or PRK? The first step to having LASIK is scheduling a free LASIK consultation, during which a medical team member will evaluate your candidacy for laser eye surgery. After a thorough discussion and a non-invasive eye exam, your medical team member will be able to determine if LASIK or PRK is right for you.

What to Expect at Your LASIK Consult

On the day of your consultation, you will go to a private room with a medical team member to discuss your use of eyeglasses and contacts, the reasons you want LASIK, and your expectations after the procedure is performed. At Lipstock LASIK & Cataract Center, we don’t dilate your eyes or run any tests that will prevent you from going back to work or carrying on with your day. The LASIK eye exam typically takes around an hour and is completely free! Speaking of cost, the LASIK consultation is an excellent opportunity to discuss cost and financing options available for the procedure.

What to do Before a LASIK Consultation

Before your LASIK consultation, we recommend doing some research and thinking about your expectations from the procedure. We have a list of questions to consider before your LASIK consultation.

As far a expectations go, ask yourself some questions. Are you hoping to be totally independent from eyeglasses and contacts after the surgery? Are you willing to try another surgery like PRK, if LASIK won’t work with your eyes? Thinking about these things before the consultation will help prepare you to make decisions based on what you learn during the LASIK consultation.

Free LASIK Consultation in Richmond, Virginia

If you are considering LASIK or PRK and live in Central Virginia, Dr. Lipstock is here to help!  We offer a free consultation with a non-invasive eye exam and will recommend the best laser vision correction procedure for your unique eyes. Call or schedule an appointment online today for your LASIK consultation at Lipstock LASIK & Cataract Center.

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