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Follow-up appointments may be scheduled for the following day, one week later and on a monthly basis.
If you do not have a follow-up appointment, call the office to schedule one.
To make or change appointments,
call your surgeon's office.
Cornea and Anterior Segment Disease ClinicToronto Western HospitalEast Wing – 6th Floor, the clinic is part of the Donald K. Johnson Eye Centre and the Krembil Brain Institute TWH Maps & Directions
What to Expect
Depending on your healing progress and the type of stitches used, your stitches from surgery may be removed at your first follow-up appointment. If you have had a DSEK or DMEK procedure, your ophthalmologist may check if the donor tissue is still positioned correctly.
What to Bring
Remember to bring your health card (OHIP card) to all your follow-up appointments. Please also bring all your drops and/or pills that your corneal specialist has prescribed.