FAQ

Insurance & Office Questions

We ask every patient to update their information. We verify that we have all of the correct information and to help prevent identity or insurance fraud.
We are not open Saturday, but we are open Monday, Wednesday and Thursday 8:00 A.M.-7:00 P.M, Tuesday 7:00 A.M. to 7:00 P.M., and Friday 7:00 A.M. to 4:00 P.M.
We must scan your card every year in order to bill correctly. The ID, Group number, phone numbers or addresses to the insurance company can change without you even realizing it. It also protects you from insurance fraud.
It may have been applied to your deductible copay or co-insurance for that year. The explanation of benefits you receive from your insurance company will explain the reason behind your personal claim denial. Contact us for additional assistance.
All of the glasses purchased with us automatically come with a one-year warranty against any manufacturer defects. Please see our opticians for further details on our warranties.
Most medical insurance plans do not cover material in optical and/or for contact lens fittings and contact lenses. If you have a benefit within your plan, it is up to the patient to inform us of this benefit. We highly recommend patients to contact your insurance company with any benefit questions regarding materials and exams.

In cases of VSP or Eyemed, each patient's plan is different. We will pull an authorization the day of your service to verify your benefit for that year.

Frame Questions

We have a large selection with over 1,200 frames to choose from. Many different styles and fashions for men, women and children. Visit our Optical page for a list of brands and styles we offer.
We have many frames that will work for you. Titanium and stainless steel are good metals to look for. Plastic frames are also very popular and should not cause any reactions to your skin. Let us know when you come in and we will direct you to the right frames.

Contact Lens Questions

A routine exam consists of a comprehensive exam and refraction. A contact lens fit entails more procedures to make sure the contact lens fits properly on the eye and that we have the correct prescription. This fee also includes any contact lens related visits for the following year. The fee for the contact evaluation varies from patient to patient, depending on prescription and if you have been a previous contact lens wearer or not. Contact us for additional assistance.

Eye Health & Glasses Questions

Allergies are probably the most common reason along with a dry environment. Contact lens over wear, negative reaction to contact lens solutions, and certain medications can also cause dry eye. We recommend using eye drops to help alleviate some dryness. If you have additional questions, contact us for assistance.
The Optomap is a non-invasive procedure that allows your doctor to see a much broader and more detailed view of the retina than is possible with conventional methods. When reviewed, the scan becomes a permanent part of your medical file, enabling your doctor to make important comparisons should potential vision threatening conditions show themselves at a future examination.
Without computer eyeglasses, many computer users often end up with blurred vision, eye strain, and headaches — all symptoms of Computer Vision Syndrome. Worse still, many people try to compensate for their blurred vision by leaning forward, or by tipping their head to look through the bottom portion of their glasses. Both of these actions can result in a sore neck, sore shoulders and a sore back. If you are experience any of the symptoms, please contact us for additional help.
There are many different lens designs and materials. We use all of the newest and most sophisticated technologies including digital lenses which produce a noticeable improvement in clarity and comfort. There are a lot of older designs that are still available which we can offer at a lower cost. But with todays lens designs, nearly everyone can wear progressive lenses successfully.