Our staff is always here to welcome you with a smile. Please help us out by providing us with your completed paperwork, your most recent insurance cards (medical and vision), and a photo ID. Don’t have your paperwork already filled out? Shame on you! But that’s ok, we’ve got you covered, we’ll happily hand you a clipboard and ask you to fill them out in office. Yes, we need them all filled out—we are a doctor’s office providing health care, and it is absolutely necessary to ask these questions. If the answer is no (or doesn’t apply), please write / circle no or write a dash or n/a. Don't leave any blank.
The technician will then take you in to an exam room and get you ready to see the doctor by checking your vision, reviewing your chief complaints / any problems you may be having, and getting the instruments and computer ready.
Dilating the pupil Is one of life's necessary evils and inconveniences, but we require it of our patients to get a comprehensive eye exam and therefore a valid prescription. If you cannot be dilated because of your schedule please make an appointment time that better suits your needs. The majority of patients only notice an increased sensitivity to light and a little more difficulty reading up close for a few hours. The action of the drops are a temporary inconvenience, but necessary for us to ensure that you will keep your eyes healthy for many years to come.
Lose a nose pad? Lose or stripped a screw? Bent your frames? Don’t fret. Bring them by and let us take a look. We’re happy to do a free tune-up on your glasses any time!