Why don't you use the "puff of air" test for glaucoma in your exam?

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We believe that the Goldmann tonometry is more accurate than the "puff" tonometry, which is more of an approximation. With LASIK the cornea is thinned and the puff method is no longer accurate. For this reason we go to some effort to screen you for glaucoma prior to LASIK and continue that care after surgery as well.