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 FAQ 

TOP QUESTIONS WE HEAR FROM PATIENTS
Do you accept insurance?

Yes! We accept most major vision and medical insurances. See our insurance tab for a listing, or call us if you don't see yours listed.

How much does an exam cost?

If you have insurance, your copays and out of pocket costs are dictated by your insurance company.

For non-insured patients, a routine eye exam is $119 for a glasses exam, $199 for an exam with soft contact lens fitting, and $259 for exam with rigid gas permeable contact lens fitting.

 

Medical visits and myopia management programs vary.

 

How much are glasses?

This depends upon your insurance and the lenses and frames you choose. Without insurance, our glasses begin at $129 for select frames with single vision polycarbonate lenses.

What age do you begin seeing kids?

We routinely see kids beginning at age five.

How long does is take to get glasses?

This depends based upon lens options ordered and insurance used. Most insurances use their own labs with a typical turnaround time of about two weeks. However, we have an in-house lab and are able to make some orders the same day.

Is there a warranty on my frames?

All of our designer frames carry a one-year warranty against manufacturer defects. There is a $20 charge to cover shipping costs.

What is a contact lens fitting?

Contact lenses are not one size fits all! During the fitting, the doctor will determine the proper brand, size and prescription (which is different from a glasses prescription) for your contact lenses. The contact lens fitting fee includes any trial lenses you might need and any followups to get you the proper prescription.

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