All LASIK patients are given a 25% discount on any prescription eyewear (such as monovision needing “driving glasses”) • All discontinued frames are discounted between 50% to 75% • Medicare reimbursement of $60 toward any new frame, $45 toward single vision lenses, $65 toward bifocal lenses and $85 toward trifocals or progressive lenses • Several…
Low vision is a term describing a level of vision below normal (20/70 or worse) that cannot be corrected with conventional glasses. Low vision is not the same as blindness. People with low vision can use their sight. However, low vision may interfere with the performance of daily activities, such as reading or driving.
Typically, you sure can and you’ll be driving yourself here for your post op visit (and enjoy that new found vision without your glasses or contacts). Of course, there are some exceptions to this rule, but for the most part you are back to normal and on the road the next day.
You should plan on someone driving you or picking you up after your exam. Your eyes will be sensitive to light, so bring your sunglasses. If you don’t have any or forget them, we can provide you with throwaways.