What To Expect
We pride ourselves on compassionate, professional care, where we will evaluate, educate, offer potential treatment options, and establish a collaborative solution to address your condition.
You should emerge from your initial consultation visit with a much greater understanding of your condition and plan for action. Surgical procedures, even if minor, will be scheduled in a dedicated surgical time slot.
Office surgical suite: Shorter duration surgical procedures are performed in our office under local anesthesia.
Ambulatory Surgery Center: Most surgical procedures requiring intravenous sedation or general anesthesia are performed in this center, within minutes of our office.
Hospital: Reserved for hospitalized patients, or the most complex surgical cases. Locally, Dr. Rubin is on staff at St. Mary’s Medical Center and Jupiter Medical Center.
What To Bring
Copies of old records of pertinent to your condition will be very helpful. Including recent eye examination and operative reports from prior related procedures.
Old photos are very useful ( from recent years and even prior decades) to document the progression of the change of appearance around the eyes.
CT or MRI discs or films of prior orbital imaging studies. The report is useful, but not sufficient, as Dr. Rubin prefers to personally review the imaging studies.
The initial patient visit forms can be obtained by emailing our office – email@example.com.
Out of Town Patients
Given the highly specialized nature of our practice, Dr. Rubin’s expertise, and our outstanding results, we attract many patients from out of the area for their surgical care. We are conveniently located within a 30 minute drive of the West Palm Beach Airport ( PBI). There are numerous convenient hotels nearby.
Dr. Rubin participates with most major insurance plans. Appropriate coverage can be confirmed at the time that the appointment is scheduled. For some insured patients, an appropriate referral from the primary provider may be necessary for authorization for the visit.