Below is a list of some of the most frequently asked questions we receive. Don’t see the answer you might be looking for? No problem, contact us today!
We are open the following days and times:
Cost for an exam varies according to the services needed and the health insurance or vision plan a person has. The best way to get an accurate estimate is to call our office.
If a patient is experiencing eye pain or loss of vision we will always get them in immediately. If a patient needs routine eye care we will gladly work them in if we can do so without inconveniencing other patients. Typically we are very busy and it best to schedule an appointment.
We can take care of most eye care needs or be a trusted partner in getting you to the right person to solve your problems. Give us a call today and let us help.
See our Insurance Options page.
See our Insurance Options page…
It is recommended that your child’s first eye exam occur between 6 and 12 months of age. We feel it is so important that all children their eyes evaluated early that we provide exams to infants from 6 and 12 months of age at no cost to their parents.
We carry some of the top brands in the industry.
We also carry the great line – Fysh and Kliik.
We just started carrying a budget friendly line called Superflex but it still had a great 2 year warranty and wonderful reputation.
All of our frames have a 2 year warranty without any questions asked.
Just bring it in…. just don’t glue it. We want to be your partner.
We have partnered with Essilor to provide you with the best Lens technology available. Lenses are lighter and thinner than ever and advances in optics let you see like never before. Essilor’s advanced lens technology protects your eye from the threats and meets the demands of our modern world. We take great pride in offering the latest in lens technology from the best name in the industry. New technology always costs a little more but we think you will find it worth the investment!
Yes and we love it. The benefits of having an optomap ultra-widefield retinal image taken are:
– optomap ultra-widefield view helps your eye care practitioner detect eye conditions which cause visual impairment or blindness early when treatment is more effective.
– optomap facilitates early detection of life-threatening diseases like cancer, stroke, cardiovascular disease and diabetes.
-best of all, optomap does all this without the need for dilation in most cases.