During your assessment you will complete a questionnaire (with our assistance), undergo a series of painless non-invasive tests, and an examination of the front and back of your eye. We will usually put drops in your eyes to dilate your pupils. These will make you sensitive to light for several hours so you are advised not to drive yourself home.
You will also be counselled about the best options for your treatment. The biggest decision you will make will probably be the type of lens you choose.
Your final stage of assessment will be to meet your Vision Scotland surgeon to discuss your care plan and the cost.
You will also see Vision Scotland’s facilities and meet the support team, learn more about pricing and finance information, understand the benefits and the risks of surgery.