If you know you will be having an office procedure it is best to bring someone with you to drive. After the procedure, that eye will be blurry. If it is just a routine visit, we recommend that you bring one person to stay with you during your visit because your ability to see clearly, drive or work may be impaired after dilation.
Please allow at least 1 hour for new appointment and 30 minutes for follow-up visit to complete all necessary diagnostic tests and examinations.
Yes, cash patients must pay a discounted office visit rate at the time of your appointment. Insurance co-pay is collected at the time of your appointment. Patients who have not met their deductibles will have to pay a deposit at the time of the appointment.
Optical Coherence Tomorgraphy (OCT), Fluorescein Angiography (FA), Fundus Photo, Autofluorescence Photography, Standardized A&B-scan Echography
Intravitreal Injections, Panretinal photocoagulation laser, Focal Laser, Barricade Laser for Retinal tears, Cryopexy, Pneumatic Retinopexy for Retinal detachment, Tap and Inject to treat eye infection
All surgery cases is performed on an outpatient basis, where patients are discharged and sent home the same day as their procedure. The day after surgery, patients are examined at their surgeon’s office. At this appointment the patch will be removed and the eye examined by the surgeon. Post-operative care instructions will be reviewed as well as medications and restrictions to activities. For most patients, they can return to work within a week.
They are performed in the office using topical anesthesia, usually eye drops, and rarely take longer than a few minutes. Patients may carry out your normal activities after completing the procedure and should be able to return to work the next day.
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