Optometrists are eye doctors who specialize in measuring a patient's eye glasses prescription as well as binocular vision problems and primary eye care. Their skills are extremely important to a LASIK surgery specialist as they have an in-depth understanding of the needs of their patients and are highly trained in eye care anatomy and optics (2 very important aspects of LASIK eye surgery).

Optometrists are highly respected for providing what's best for their patients and can maintain a strong co-management relationship with a LASIK eye surgeon that enhances the total experience of the patient and obtains the best possible results.

Turner Eye Institute values our optometric network highly. They provide vital eye care and demonstrate expertise in patient care. Optometrists are often able to develop much closer relationships with their patients through long-term dependable care. LASIK eye surgery, on the other hand, is a one-time procedure. Without the invaluable assistance of the primary eye care provider (the optometrist), patients might feel that they are being placed into the hands of a relative stranger.

Eye Care Professionals

We've created a selection of common forms for our Eye Care Professionals.

Please feel free to download them at any time.

Refractive Surgey Assessment

Post-op Assessment Form

Intacs with CK & CXL Post-op Drop Instructions

PRK Post-op Instructions

LASIK Post-op Instructions

IntraLASIK Post-op Instructions

Glaucoma Treatment Plan

LASIK and Refractive Surgery Brochure

*note: all files are in format.   

To download forms, click and hold on the file name and choose "Download to Disk" (Mac OS), or right-click the file name and choose "Save As" (Windows).

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1401 Willow Pass Road, Suite 100 Concord, CA 94520

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