A regular eye exam is the best way to protect your eyesight and it’s an easy precaution to take. It is particularly important if you notice a change in your vision, if your eye is injured in any way, or if you have a family history of eye disease.
There is a lot you can do you prepare for you exam. Coming prepared with your essential information will help to ensure a productive visit that will address all your vision needs.
We use a wide variety of tests and procedures to examine your eyes. These tests can range from simples ones, like reading the eye chart, to more complex procedures like using a special camera to evaluate the tiny structures inside your eyes.
A comprehensive eye exam usually takes about 30 minutes depending on the number and complexity of tests required to fully evaluate your vision and the health of our eyes.
Here are a few questions we get asked frequently.
With all the recent changes from the Affordable Care Act, Insurance companies have become very strict on the details. Please provide us your current insurance card at every visit. Subtle details like group numbers or insurance billing addresses can change without your noticing. Billing with outdated information can cause delays or outright denials.