Reading an eye chart mounted or projected on a wall is a standard part of every visit to the optometrist today, but it wasn't always that way. Centuries ago, practitioners struggled to measure vis ...View Article
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Posted on 09-15-2016
At Eye 1st Vision Center, our Sandy Springs eye care professionals specialize in pre- and post-operative LASIK care, among a number of other eye care services. If you're thinking about having LASIK done as a means of correcting your vision, our team is here to help.
Our very own in-house optometrist, Dr. Shida, can provide the pre- and post-LASIK care you need for the best results. We'll begin with a thorough evaluation and eye exam here in our office, where we'll work to determine whether or not you're a viable candidate for the procedure. Ideally, LASIK candidates will:
We're happy to provide your evaluation with our Sandy Springs optometrist at no charge. From there, assuming you are indeed a viable candidate for the procedure, we'll refer you to our trusted local LASIK surgery center.
Following your LASIK procedure, you can also rely on our optometry team to provide you with the highest level of post-operative care. Specifically, our optometrist can take the time to evaluate your healing, check your progress, and ensure that you experience the best possible results in your vision improvement. Typically, this is done in the form of several appointments scheduled over the course of a year after your procedure.
If you're looking for a Sandy Springs optometrist and team you can rely on for both pre-LASIK care and post-LASIK care, you can't go wrong with Eye 1st Vision Center. Schedule your free consultation today by contacting our office at (404) 800-3705. We'd be happy to work with your busy schedule to find an appointment date and time that works for you. From there, we can work to get you on the path to improved vision.
How would your own life improve without the need for eyeglasses or contact lenses?
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