Information for our patients
Plan on spending approximately one hour at our office for your appointment.
Our office hours are Monday thru Friday 8:30am to 5:00pm.
Children ages 10-18 must be accompanied by an adult at our office (preferably a parent or legal guardian).
Please bring with you when you come for your eye appointment
- Please bring your insurance cards to your visit.
- Please bring your eyeglasses.
- All co-payments must be paid at the time of your visit. We accept cash, checks, most major credit and debit cards.
- Contact lens wearers: Please bring your contact lenses. If you need a power change or a new prescription for these lenses, we will need to know your lens specifications during your visit. Please bring the contact lens packaging or the last contact lens prescription.
You are responsible for obtaining any necessary insurance REFFERALS prior to your visit with us from your primary care physician.
During your Exam
During your eye exam, your eyes may be dilated with eye drops in order to perform a dilated retinal exam. Dilated eye exam indicators include diabetic eye exams, evaluation of flashes and floaters, macular degeneration, yearly dilated glaucoma exams, age greater than 65 years, and other medical conditions requiring evaluation of the whole retina. If you have a dilated eye exam you can anticipate bright and blurry vision (especially up close) for about five hours after dilation. You should bring sunglasses and, if possible, have someone drive you. Adjust your plans for driving and work with machinery accordingly during this time after dilation of your eyes.
101 Main Street building is next to gas station. Take driveway between gas station and our building to park in free underground garage.