Glasses and Contacts Insurance
and contact lenses are covered differently by each insurance company.
Please check your insurance policy for your benefits.
We are happy to bill your insurance for you. If you have contact lens
benefits, we need that information prior to the pick up of your lenses
so that we may obtain authorization and the benefit amount. You will
be responsible for any amount not covered by your insurance at the time
of lens pick up.
Payment for the professional fee is due on the day of service and is
not refundable. The balance for the contact lenses is due when you leave
the office with your new contacts.
More Glasses and Contacts Information:
Feel free to call or drop in if you'd like to speak to someone in person.
Commonly Asked Questions
Should I use my Vision or Medical Benefits?
the pros and cons here.
What credit cards to you accept?
We accept Visa, MasterCard, Discover, and American Express.
How often should I have an eye exam?
Children - Sixmonths of age, three years old, before starting
school, and every two years after. If your child wears glasses or contacts,
they should have an exam yearly.
Adults - Every one to two years up to age 40. Adults with diabetes,
high blood pressure, and other disorders should be seen annually. Adults
over 60 should be seen annually.