The Free LASIK Exam
Determining your candidacy for LASIK is one of the most important parts of the process. We take your candidacy very seriously and provide a thorough free LASIK exam to find out if LASIK is right for you and, if so, which treatment option will give you the best outcome.
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The Free LASIK Exam
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Our comprehensive free LASIK exam includes a variety of diagnostic tests designed to carefully evaluate if you are a candidate for Joffe Custom LASIK, and if so, which of our industry-leading customized treatment plans will give you the best outcome. We firmly believe that careful, meticulous evaluations contribute to great results that patients achieve with Joffe Custom LASIK. Remember, the exam is 100% complimentary, and contains no obligation, upfront costs or pressure to move forward with LASIK. Click here to schedule your free LASIK exam today to take the first step towards better vision.
Our vision teams are there to provide each patient with great customer service and medical care, not provide a sales pitch. Many patients are impressed by the ease and sophistication of the process, which includes advanced wavefront diagnostics inspired by NASA technology, including:
- Bausch & Lomb Orbscan – Measures the architecture of your cornea using 10,000 separate data points of the front and back surfaces of your cornea.
- Bausch & Lomb Zywave – Measures the optics of your eye and the tiniest imperfections, creating a precise, three-dimensional ”eyeprint”, or personalized map of your eye.
Please plan on spending around 90 minutes with us to perform testing and meet with our doctors to review your individual results, discuss your options, and have all your questions addressed.
Please note, our comprehensive evaluation requires that the pupils be dilated with eye drops. This enables us to examine and get the most accurate measure of your eye. If you are a contact lens wearer, it is recommended that you remove your lenses for at least 3 days prior to your treatment.