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  • Monday – Wednesday: 9am to 5pm
  • Thursday: 11am to 7pm
  • Friday: 9am to 5 pm
  • Saturday and Sunday: CLOSED
We provide an emergency phone number if you need to reach us after hours.

Please contact our office for an appointment or for further information.
FAQ

Frequently asked questions:

 How long will my appointment take?
You appointment will take about an hour.  Your eyes will be dilated and examined externally and internally in addition to comprehensive vision testing.  You can save some time by printing the paperwork from the website and bringing it to your appointment.

Will you file my insurance?
We accept most health insurance and vision insurance plans.  If your plan is accepted by our office then we will file the claim for you.

What age patients do you see?
We see all ages! 

When do you recommend exams for children?
Infants should be seen between 6 to 12 months of age for an initial exam to rule out possible threats to their vision.  Children should be seen yearly until they reach age 18.

Are contacts any different now than when I tried them years ago?
Absolutely!  There have been several advances in contact lens material in the past 10 years that have increased the comfort and health of contact lenses.  The new lens technologies make more patients able to wear lenses and enjoy glasses free vision.

Why do I have to have a contact lens evaluation every year?
Contact lenses are among the safest forms of vision correction when patients follow the proper care and wearing instructions provided by their eye doctor. However, when patients don’t use lenses as directed, the consequences may be dangerous. In fact, Americans could be damaging their eyes by not using proper hygiene in caring for their lenses. Contact lenses and the solutions used with them are medical devices and are regulated by the Food and Drug Administration, therefore, it’s extremely important that patients maintain regular appointments to ensure they are receiving clinical guidance from their eye doctor based on individual eye health needs.


Why do I have to have an eye exam every year?
Periodic optometric examinations are an important part of routine preventive health care. Many eye and vision conditions present no obvious symptoms. Therefore, individuals are often unaware that a problem exists. Early diagnosis and treatment are important for maintaining good vision and, when possible, preventing permanent vision loss.


What is 20/20 Vision?
20/20 vision is a term used to express normal visual acuity (the clarity or sharpness of vision) measured at a distance of 20 feet. If you have 20/20 vision, you can see clearly at 20 feet what should normally be seen at that distance. If you have 20/100 vision, it means that you must be as close as 20 feet to see what a person with normal vision can see at 100 feet.