TOP 7 QUESTIONS WE HEAR FROM PATIENTS
Will my eyes be dilated?
It is important to have a retinal evaluation the first time you are at our office, and every 1-2 years there after. The eyes will either be dilated, or a retinal photograph can be taken. This will be discussed with the optometrist.
Do you check for glaucoma?
Yes, our comprehensive examination checks for glaucoma, cataracts, macular degeneration, and many other eye diseases.
What should I bring to my appointment?
Please bring your current eye glasses, contact lenses that you use, solutions, and eye drops. Also make sure you bring any paperwork you filled out, a photo ID, and your vision and medical insurance cards.
How much are eye examinations?
With vision insurance, eye examinations would only cost your co-pay.
Without vision insurance, call the office for a price.
What insurances do you accept?
We accept most vision insurances, including Vision Service Plan (VSP), Eyemed, Davis Vision, Medical Eye Services (MES), and Spectera.
We also accept most PPOs when there is a medical needs for the appointment.
What other languages are spoken there?
Our staff, including Dr. Dodge, is also fluent in Spanish.
(Se habla espanol).
How long does it take?
The comprehensive eye examinations take roughly 30 minutes, with a little more time added if your eyes will be dilated. This is one of the most thorough exams you will ever have!