Patient Care After the LASIK Procedure.
You will be required to return to our office after your LASIK procedure for the vital post-operative appointments. These appointments will be given to you either before or after your laser vision correction surgery.
- After your 1st postoperative visit, there are two additional post-operative examinations required:
- Additional visit at 1 year for PRK
- Regular yearly checkups thereafter
Each post-operative appointment is vital to the success of your treatment, even if it seems your vision is perfect. Sometimes complications can start small and be unnoticeable to the patient. Most of the time, Dr. Cutarelli can detect an arising complication during your post-op visit before the situation escalates.
If You Were Referred by Another Eye Doctor.
You may schedule post-operative care with your original eye care professional if you prefer. We are happy to work with other practices to manage your post-op care. Please keep in mind that you must make your follow-up appointments with that office prior to your surgery date and that you are responsible for any additional fees. Be prepared to furnish Cutarelli Vision with the pertinent information and completed forms necessary for the transfer. We are happy to facilitate this process for you.
Address all concerns immediately:
Additionally, Dr. Cutarelli will want to know if you have any concerns about your vision or your eyes at any time.
Understanding LASIK Enhancements.
The Cutarelli Vision Promise
Dr. Paul Cutarelli is first and foremost concerned about what is best for you as his patient and strives diligently and with great care to achieve the goal of your best possible vision. We invite you to call us today for your personalized consultation.
Denver, Colorado Office
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7887 E. Belleview Avenue, Suite 180
Englewood, Colorado 80111
Fort Collins, Colorado Office
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2105 Bighorn Road
Fort Collins, Colorado 80525
Dr. Paul Cutarelli performs advanced technology diagnostic testing and treatment, as well as taking the time necessary to provide each patient with information needed to fully understand his or her condition and to achieve the best possible visual outcome.