Pre-Op & Post-Op LASIK Care in the Metro East Illinois Area
Are you considering LASIK surgery? Are you ready to shed those eyeglasses and kick those contacts to the curb? If so, it’s important that you choose a qualified professional to handle pre-op and post-op LASIK Care to ensure your surgery heals quickly and provides the maximum benefit. At Lebanon Optometric Center and Breese Family Vision Center, we know how to best care for you and help you recover from LASIK and cataract surgery. As a family-owned practice, know that we understand the importance of these procedures to local families, providing clear vision that gives people a way to better enjoy their family, friends, and life in general. Read more below about pre-op and post-op care provided by our dedicated team!
Pre-Operative LASIK Care
LASIK surgery is major eye surgery. While you’ll be told that these procedures are routine, that doesn’t mean they aren’t major. With this in mind, it’s important to adhere to the proper care and preparation prior to the surgery in order to prevent complications and ensure the surgery goes just as the doctor had planned. Pre-op LASIK care involves keeping your eyes in shape for surgery prior to your appointment. This includes instructions about contacts, eye drops, and more. Read on for details about pre-operative care:
Post-Operative LASIK Care
The success of your surgery depends on the post-operative care just as much as the pre-operative care. After surgery, remember that your eyes have been through a traumatic experience, and they need time to rejuvenate. While the turnaround times for these surgeries are usually quite abbreviated, you must strictly adhere to any guidelines and instructions provided by the physician. Not doing so puts the health of your eyes in danger. Contact us today if you are experiencing any problems. Post-operative LASIK care may include the following:
Please follow all guidelines and instructions provided by our physician.
***Remember: You won’t be able to drive after your surgery, meaning you’ll need to find someone that can drive you to and from the procedure and take care of you after arriving home.