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We value your time. In order to save time during your visit, you may choose to download and complete these forms prior to your appointment and bring them with you on the day of your visit.Patient Registration and History Notice of Privacy Practices and Medical Practices Notice of Privacy Practices Acknowledgement
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Get ready to see sharp and vivid colors again! Please complete the following forms and fax, mail, or deliver to the office prior to your surgery.Informed Consent – Cataract Surgery Health History
Get ready to see the world in Hi-Definition! Before you do, please review and complete the following document that explains the risks, benefits, and alternatives of surgery.Informed Consent – Laser Vision Correction LASEK Do’s and Dont’s After Surgery LASEK Do’s and Dont’s Before Surgery
I had a great experience with Beach Eye Medical Group. I had been recently diagnosed with early stages of cataracts, and was referred to this group by my Primary Care Physician. I fully expected a surgery pitch for lasik, however; much to my surprise, Dr. Shah said that; yes, I do have early stage cataracts, but they are not the reason that my vision has deteriorated rapidly that is because my eyes are extremely dry. He asked if I had any environmental changes over the last 1.5 years (when they went from bad to worse quickly) and I couldn’t think of anything. He then asked if I had changed jobs, which I had. He asked if I sit and stare at a computer all day, which I do… He asked if the office was cold. It is. He told me to use artificial tears, run a humidifier, and take omega 3s, and he’d see me in 4-6 weeks. If that didn’t work, he’d do a very simple procedure to plug a tear duct, and so on. He also explained that clearing up my dry eyes, would likely require a different prescription and that basically I’m looking at the world through smudged glasses.
I’ve already gone back down from a 3.75 reader to a 2.25.