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Dr. Kelley Corcoran, DVM
Diplomate American College
of Veterinary Ophthalmology
Office:
Toll Free:
Fax:
703/246.0009
888/278.1299
703/246.0067

4103 Rust Road - Fairfax, VA 22030

Your First Visit to VetVision

If you've never taken your pet to an ophthalmologist before, your first visit will bring a lot of questions. We would like to take the time to help guide you through what will happen when you bring your pet to VetVision for the first appointment.

1. Your regular veterinarian has most likely referred you to VetVision because a disorder of the eye was detected and needs a specialists attention. We work with over 300 area veterinary clinics who trust their patients to our expertise and personal care.

2. When you arrive, Tammy and the staff will greet you and then ask you to weigh your pet and fill out necessary paperwork to begin the diagnosis process.

3. The Exam Room. You will be invited with your pet into the exam room, where Dr. Corcoran will perform a series of tests to determine or confirm your pet's eye disorder. At VetVision, we use state-of-the-art equipment and supplies to diagnose and treat your pet. Dr. Corcoran and her staff will give you a complete education on your pet's specific needs and talk about the various options available for treatment.

4. If a disorder is diagnosed, further appointments should be booked at this time. Dr. Corcoran and her staff will be available to answer any questions you may have and provide you with resources for more information. Please visit our eye disorders page for definitions of many of the common eye disorders.

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