We recognize that not all eye exams are administered equally or as thorough as they should be when determining one’s overall eye health. Our Optometrists perform thorough and detailed eye exams using state-of the-art-technology to ensure that we gain a strong perspective of your eye health.
Understanding your vision insurance benefits can be a bit confusing. Insurance coverage varies depending on your age, health, medical history, and insurer. If you have any questions about your vision insurance, our receptionists are more than happy to answer them.
We direct bill all accepted insurance providers when applicable. Our receptionists can also assist you in making arrangements to pay any co-pays and out of pocket expenses, and provide you with detailed receipts.
Our primary focus is providing a detailed examination that tests for early signs of eye disorders, disease, or other conditions that may impact your eye health.
These are the tools that help us diagnose and manage eye conditions:
We strive to understand your individual needs so as to provide a personalized eye exam and customized solutions to the challenges you face with your vision.
Our eye care staff’s expertise and skills enable us to cater to the eye needs of children, teenagers, adults, and seniors alike. Our clinic is committed to providing exceptional care and guidance to your family.
We recommend that adults receive eye exams every 12 to 24 months.
This schedule, which is typically covered by your benefits provider, ensures that eye diseases or conditions are caught and treated early. As over 75% of vision loss can be prevented with timely treatment, we believe that prevention and early detection is indeed the best medicine!
From start to finish, our eye exams typically take 30 to 60 minutes.
Our eye exams are broken down into two phases: the preliminary exam, which is performed by specifically trained eyecare professionals, and the eye exam itself, which is performed by an Optometrist.
Here is what you can expect to happen during the pre-examination phase.
The actual eye exam portion of the exam includes the following steps: