After parking and entering the building through the main entrance, go directly to the third floor reception to check-in.
You need to check-in with the third floor reception at the time that your doctor has asked you to arrive.
Although all types of anesthesia involve some risks, major side effects and complications from anesthesia are uncommon. Your specific risks depend on your health, the type of anesthesia used, and your response to anesthesia. The Anesthesiologist will go through all the specific risks with you prior to your surgery.
Please leave any money, jewelry and other valuables at home. Do not use any eye or facial makeup the day of surgery.
Your doctor’s office should be telling you to arrive 30 minutes prior to your scheduled surgery time. This allows time to give you the eye drops that prepare your eye for the surgery.
You must have a responsible adult/guardian take you home after surgery because of possible anesthesia and vision effects. Your support person can wait for you in the reception waiting area.