Many of you may be wondering which procedures are allowed during the current health pandemic. Can you have Lasik right now? Is it safe to have the procedure with the risk of contracting the virus so high? Columbus Lasik Vision is happy to provide you with the most recent information about Lasik during Covid-19.

What is allowed for Lasik during Covid-19

Lasik is a procedure that authorities are allowing at this time. The same social distancing guidelines hold for this procedure. You should be doing everything to protect yourself from contracting the virus. You are allowed to have the procedure if you are not experiencing symptoms of illness. The right candidates should be at least 18 years old with consistent vision for at least two years. Generally good health, low medication use, and few medical problems are the ideal conditions for having Lasik during Covid pandemic.

How we are keeping our clients safe for Lasik during Covid pandemic

When you come to our office, we ask that you arrive with a mask. We are adhering to the six-foot space between patients’ rule. Our staff will regularly clean and disinfect every area in the surgery area and waiting room between all our patients. Bringing people in one at a time allows us to control the cleaning and minimize how likely people will come in contact with others in the office.

Your health is our primary concern. We will answer any questions you have about Lasik during Covid-19 or the procedure. To get more specific information regarding whether Lasik is right for your unique eyes, please call our office at 1-866-600-3937. You may also reach out to us on our contact page on our website. If you book now, then you could save as much as $1,000 on Lasik during Covid pandemic.

 

About Dr. Columbus

Dr. ColumbusDr. Bill, as he is affectionately known, is the founder and surgical director at Columbus LASIK Vision. He received his Bachelor’s Degree at Scranton University and his medical degree at Penn State University Medical Center where he also performed his internal medicine internship. He then spent three years at Nassau County Medical Center training in Ophthalmology. Shortly after finishing at Nassau county, he began his cornea and refractive fellowship at the prestigious Cornell Medical Center in Manhattan. Dr. Columbus has demonstrated his commitment to excellence with over 25,000 corrective eye procedures.