Phone: 314-219-1902

224 South Woods Mill Road, Suite 700 South, Chesterfield, Missouri 63017 (at St. Luke's hospital)

70 Jungerman Circle, Suite 103, St. Peters, Missouri 63376 (at Barnes-Jewish St. Peters Hospital)

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New Patient Information

Overview

Your first visit to Glaucoma Consultants of St. Louis establishes a vital foundation for our relationship with you. During the first visit, we make sure to obtain important background information and give you time to get to know your doctor. To understand what to expect from your first visit to our practice, please read through this page.

Our Mission

Our mission is provide the highest quality ophthalmological services to all our patients. From general eye exams to the most complicated ophthalmological surgical procedures, Dr. Tesser is dedicated to the well-being of his patients. He prides himself on taking the time to discuss all treatment options and modalities and will be more than happy to answer all of his patients' questions.

Patient Forms

Below are the new patient forms you'll need to complete on your first visit. You can expedite matters by downloading these forms, completing them at home and bringing them in with you to your initial visit to our office.

HIPAA Form
Medical History Form

What to Expect

Appointments may be arranged by calling our office during the hours listed below. When you call our office for an appointment, briefly explain your eye problem to the receptionist so that the proper amount of time can be allotted for your appointment. Also, please tell the receptionist if you will require any special help for your visit. Typically, your first visit may take at least two hours and will consist of a complete eye examination. Your pupils may be dilated with eye drops during the exam. Because your eyes may be blurry from the eye drops, we strongly recommend that you bring a driver for your return home from the appointment. Your doctor will discuss the results of your exam, available treatment options and answer any questions you might have.