Key-Whitman’s Self-Evaluation Tool Helps You See Your Options Clearly
- Posted on: Jan 21 2014
Do you think you may be a candidate for LASIK or another type of laser
vision correction? While a consultation with a laser eye surgeon is necessary
in deciding whether you qualify, Key-Whitman offers a
self-evaluation tool to help determine your vision correction options.
The one-minute self-evaluation can be taken at home and will provide you
immediate and valuable insight about vision correction procedures that
may be a good fit for your vision needs. Once you complete the brief questionnaire,
your information will be sent to a Key-Whitman vision specialist for follow
up and to make an appointment.
The questionnaire contains a few basic questions to help gauge your vision
needs. For the most accurate results, have your current prescription for
each eye handy (if applicable).
Vision procedures and services offered at Key-Whitman
As a leader in vision care, the Key-Whitman Eye Center offers a full range of
vision services, including:
• LASIK for treatment of nearsightedness, farsightedness and astigmatism
• PRK as an alternative to LASIK
• Vision ICL for treatment of high degrees of myopia, or nearsightedness
• Cataract surgery
High technology lenses used at the time of cataract surgery which may provide
less dependency on glasses and contacts and offering a wide range of vision
for near, intermediate or distance – Crystalens, Trulign, ReSTOR, Tecnis
• Toric Lens for astigmatism correction during cataract surgery
For more information on our patient services,
Let Key-Whitman help you start 2014 with clearer vision. The Key-Whitman
self-evaluation tool is the first step in determining whether you may
be a candidate for laser eye surgery. To begin your self-evaluation,
click here. Upon completion, you will be asked to provide your contact information
so a Key-Whitman vision specialist can get in touch with you to discuss
treatment options. If you are ready to move forward, they will help you
set an appointment for your exam.