A consultation for laser eye surgery at AccuVision is the first step on your journey to better vision. At the time of booking for the appointment, you will receive details on how to prepare and what to expect.
The appointment usually requires you to invest an hour of your time in the clinic with us. Our experienced multidisciplinary clinical team including Optometrists and Ophthalmologists will help you understand your vision problems, suitability for laser surgery and details of options and expectations.
While some of the tests may be similar to ones you have had before, your diagnostic evaluation will involve in depth analysis of your vision and eyes, likely more comprehensive than any eye exam you have had before. You can read about our technology here.
- No pressure.
- No upsell of treatments.
- No sales and marketing teams on commissions to book you in.
- No marketing calls pushing you to sign up for surgery.
Depending on your treatment plan, you will be given information on how to prepare and book for surgery. Details on prices for your laser treatment and payment options will also be explained.
If necessary, you may be advised of the need for further appointments for additional or repeated scans, or specific non-standard tests prior to proceeding with treatment. You are also welcome to re-attend for further consultation with your treating surgeon prior to the day of surgery, with no obligation to proceed. The Royal College of Ophthalmologists recommends a 7 day cooling off period between this consultation and your planned treatment.
AccuVision has always operated a “no quibble” policy. If for any reason you decide you no longer wish to proceed, even on your scheduled day of treatment, our team will accommodate your needs and provide a full refund as per our terms.