Am I suitable?

Take the test

Our aim at Ashford Advanced Eye Care is to give you a clear future - without the need for contact lenses or glasses. 

Requirements for laser eye surgery

  • Minimum age: 21 years
  • Stable vision (contact lens/glasses prescription) for at least 24 months
  • No history of corneal diseases or conditions
  • No significant ocular or medical problems or conditions
  • Not pregnant or breastfeeding

To determine if you’re an eligible candidate we need to know a little more about you. Below are factors that will help us determine whether your eyes are in the right condition for laser treatment.

Take our quick test to see if you are eligible

This screening test is based on general guidelines and practices used by some eye surgeons and organizations. Many factors influence your suitability for laser vision correction, and all factors cannot be covered by this test. You should consult an eye surgeon for advice related to your specific condition and particular needs.

 We attempt to present only accurate information at this website, but cannot guarantee the accuracy, currency, or completeness of the information presented, and assume no liability for any actions stemming from or related to this test. 

This screening test does not constitute medical advice.

How old are you?
Which of the following statements best reflects your primary reason for seeking Laser Vision Correction surgery?
Are you willing to educate yourself on LASER VISION CORRECTION and its associated risks and benefits?


If you are an appropriate LASER VISION CORRECTION candidate, are you willing to accept a reasonable risk?

Like all surgical procedures, LASER VISION CORRECTION has the risk of complications. Even complication-free procedures can result in less than 20/20 vision, or infrequently may produce side effects such as glare or halos. These risks are very low for appropriate candidates, and most problems can be treated and resolved.

After receiving LASER VISION CORRECTION, would you be willing and able to comply with a schedule of medications and visits to your eye surgeon for follow-up exams?
Has your contact lens/glasses prescription been stable for at a least 24 months?
Do you have a history of corneal diseases or conditions?
What type of refractive error do you have?
Do you have significant medical problems? Please include problems affecting your eyes or things other than your eyes?
Are you currently pregnant or breastfeeding?