What can I expect at my first exam?
At your first visit, our eye doctors will take the needed time to get to know your concerns about your vision health. Your doctor will assess the following:
Your health history including any general health problems, medications, work or environmental hazards that might affect your vision, and the health of your family members.
Condition of the cornea, retina, lens, eye lid, and surrounding eye tissue
Visual Acuity: reading charts
Keratometry: measuring the curvature of the cornea
Refraction: to determine the correct lens power needed to compensate for any vision deficits such as farsightedness
Focus and Movement: assessing if the eyes move and focus in unison
Tonometry: Measuring eye pressure to help identify risk of glaucoma
What information should I take with me to my eye exam?
Please bring the following items to your exam:
All eyeglasses and contact lenses you use routinely, including reading glasses
A list of any medications you take (including dosages)
A list of any nutritional supplements you take (including dosages)
A list of questions to ask the doctor, especially if you are interested in contact lenses or laser vision correction surgery
Your medical or vision insurance card if you will be using it for a portion of your fees
What insurance do you accept?
If you do not see your insurance on the lists below, please contact us.
Blue Cross Blue Shield
First Choice Health