FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Are you accepting new patients?
Yes. Routine eye exams are scheduled approximately 1 month out.
What insurance plans do you accept?
We accept all major insurance plans. A sample list may be found here.
What does my insurance plan cover?
Insurance coverage varies. Our helpful staff can check on your insurance coverage for you.
What forms of payment do you accept?
We accept Cash, Personal Check, MasterCard, Visa, Discover, Flex spending account cards, JCB, UnionPay, Diner's Club and most debit cards. Plus, we now accept mobile payments through Apple Pay and Android Pay!
Can I bring an outside prescription to order glasses or contacts?
Do you have free parking?
Yes, we have ample free parking.
Is the office wheelchar accessible?
What other languages are spoken at your office?
On what holidays is your office closed?
New Years Day
New Years Eve
How much time should be allotted for a comprehensive eye exam?
At least 1.5 hours.
Do you treat red eyes, glaucoma, cataracts, and other eye diseases?
Yes, we practice the full scope of Optometry.
Will my eyes be dilated for a comprehensive eye exam?
Typically yes. A dilated exam is still the standard of care.
How long does the dilation take to wear off?
Usually a couple of hours. However, it may take longer depending upon the individual's eyes and the type of dilation drops the doctor determines are best for the examination.
Is it safe to drive after the dilation?
For most people, yes. Please exercise caution and good judgment.
When should children have their eye exams?
The first exam should take place between 6 months and 12 months of age. The second exam should take place immediately before the child starts school, and then yearly thereafter.