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Refractive Surgery Co-Management

Our eye doctors in Richmond will evaluate your eyes and discuss your visual goals to help determine if you are an appropriate candidate for LASIK, PRK or Cataract Refractive Technology. If you have appropriate goals and there are no contraindications for the procedure, we will recommend a pre-operative evaluation to determine suitability for refractive surgery. This evaluation includes:

  • Counseling on refractive surgery options
  • Eye dominancy testing
  • Review of eye history and refractive stability
  • Medical evaluation of the cornea and eye
  • Current Refraction Status

If after the pre-operative evaluation, the decision is made to proceed with surgery, your information will be forwarded to the surgeon, a pre surgery consult with a surgeon will be scheduled. Post-operative management will be provided by our eye doctors, and includes multiple visits over a period from the date of surgery to include medical evaluation and management of the vision and corneal healing. Evaluation of any additional needs such as reading glasses, sunglasses, or enhancement laser procedures is also included.

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Dear valued Patterson Eye Clinic patients:

We are open for normal business hours as of May 11, 2020. Essential and preventative eye care, as well as optical services, will resume immediately. Many patients are overdue for eye care. We will make every effort to schedule your examination promptly while also continuing to use safety and social distancing measures to help reduce the spread of COVID-19.

Our top priority is to provide a safe, clinical environment for our patients and team. All patients, doctors, and staff are screened via temperature checks and oxygen level testing upon entering the clinic. Our staff and doctors are required to wear personal protective equipment while administrating care. We are also requesting that all patients wear a mask when visiting the clinic. All rooms, work surfaces, and instruments are thoroughly cleaned and disinfected between patients. We have changed procedures to reduce time in the office, including adjusting patient scheduling to maximize social distancing. Telehealth care and curbside pick-ups will also continue to still be available.

We are grateful for your patience during this difficult time.

Sincerely,

Peter Nardone, O.D.

Laurel Loukx, O.D.

Jon Stoller, O.D.

Taylor Dalton, O.D.

Patterson Eye Clinic