My approach to vision correction is unique. I assess the eye thoroughly. I’m a dry specialist, and I give a lot of attention to see if the eye surface is stable and free from any conditions.
Why should I Come to you for ICL?
We do a lot of investigation to make sure the eye is healthy and that you meet the criteria for ICL. We have various options available, so we don’t direct you with one option or the other. We present you with the options and discuss and compare them. You choose what you feel better and comfortable with.
How do I find the best possible surgeon for me?
I think it’s a very good question. The main thing is to do your own research and to ask the right questions. I think you should meet the surgeon and ask all the questions that you expect answers to. For example, their experience with ICL, how many cases they have done, their complication rate, and the expected outcomes. For example, you should ask, out of all the cases they’ve done so far, how many patients have achieved 20/20. You have to ensure that you’re dealing with a surgeon who offers you a safe and effective option that meets your expectations.
How has COVID changed the way you practice?
COVID has changed the way we practice. Patients coming for ICL consultation will come to the clinic and see my optometrist face-to-face for an assessment. Once we have all of the necessary scans, we’ll arrange a video consultation. Here I will discuss your options with you based on your assessment findings, and we can agree on the best way forward.
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