What to bring to your exam
Eye exams may often require dilation, which can make you vision blurry for several hours. We recommend that you bring sunglasses and someone to drive you to your appointment.
* Your current glasses and/or contact lenses
* A list of all your current medications, prescription and non-prescription.
* A Current driver's license
* Insurance I.D. card
* Physician referral if required by your insurance
A comprehensive, routine, yearly or complete
eye exam will evaluate the overall health of your eyes and indicate if further testing in any areas are necessary.
A refraction is usually performed to determine if there is a need for, or change in, prescription glasses or contact lenses.
Consultations & Second Opinions are always welcome.
The exam maybe targeted to the issue in question or comprehensive if needed.
We take your emergencies seriously. We will fit your urgent ophthalmic care into our day or refer you to our covering physician when we are not here.
We have most testing equipment in our office and can schedule most of your tests here when necessary.
Our optician is on site daily to coordinate with our doctors for the best possible prescription fit. Your contact lenses may be ordered here as well.