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Here are some factors that can determine whether or not you are a good candidate:

  • You must be older than 21.
  • You must have a stable prescription for at least one year.
  • You do not have cataracts.
  • Women who are pregnant or nursing may be candidates in the future but cannot undergo refractive surgery while pregnant or nursing.

Most patients who come to us for vision correction are excellent candidates for refractive surgery. Most important to Dr. Jenkins is determining whether laser refractive surgery is the right procedure for the patient. During the screening process, extensive testing is done at no charge to the patient to make that determination. Dr. Jenkins will evaluate your eyes during your complimentary refractive screening appointment and discuss how to get you to 20/20.

Please fill out the form below to find out more

    Nearsightedness/myopia (without glasses, I cannot see objects far away)Farsightedness/hyperopia (without glasses, I cannot see objects that are close)AstigmatismPresbyopia (I use reading glasses, bifocals, or progressive lenses)

    +5 to 00 to -5-5 to -10-10 or higherI don't know

    YesNoI don't know

    Cost, finances, or payment optionsFear, apprehension, or uncertaintyThought I was not a candidate

    A family member, friend, or coworker recommended Jenkins Eye CareMy doctor referred meSocial mediaWebsiteOther

    The answers to these questions will give us a general guideline as to your candidacy but is not a substitute for a proper examination. The only way to determine your candidacy for refractive surgery is by scheduling a refractive screening evaluation.

    If you would like to be contacted regarding your results, please provide us with your contact information and indicate your preferred method of contact.

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