alarm-ringing ambulance angle2 archive arrow-down arrow-left arrow-right arrow-up at-sign baby baby2 bag binoculars book-open book2 bookmark2 bubble calendar-check calendar-empty camera2 cart chart-growth check chevron-down chevron-left chevron-right chevron-up circle-minus circle city clapboard-play clipboard-empty clipboard-text clock clock2 cloud-download cloud-windy cloud clubs cog cross crown cube youtube diamond4 diamonds drop-crossed drop2 earth ellipsis envelope-open envelope exclamation eye-dropper eye facebook file-empty fire flag2 flare foursquare gift glasses google graph hammer-wrench heart-pulse heart home instagram joystick lamp layers lifebuoy link linkedin list lock magic-wand map-marker map medal-empty menu microscope minus moon mustache-glasses paper-plane paperclip papers pen pencil pie-chart pinterest plus-circle plus power printer pushpin question rain reading receipt recycle reminder sad shield-check smartphone smile soccer spades speed-medium spotlights star-empty star-half star store sun-glasses sun tag telephone thumbs-down thumbs-up tree tumblr twitter tiktok wechat user users wheelchair write yelp youtube

How should I prepare for my eye examination?

  • Pre-register online on our website. This cuts down on waiting time and improves your experience.
  • Bring your medical insurance ID card and/or your vision plan card.
  • Bring your prescription eyeglasses and your prescription sun wear.
  • If you wearing contact lenses, bring your contact lens prescription or old boxes.
  • Bring a list of all medications you are taking, prescription or non-prescription, including herbs and vitamins.
  • Try to bring old medical records or a summary of your condition if you have any significant chronic medical eye problems that were treated by another eye physician.
  • Bring your primary care doctor’s authorization or referral form if your insurance requires it.
  • Bring a list of questions or concerns you may have for the doctor to answer.
  • Dilation of the pupil is a standard part of an eye exam.  It causes light sensitivity and blurred vision for 2-4 hours.  Dilation is not an optional part of the examination.  Most people are fine to drive home, but if have any concerns for your safety, please bring a family member or friend to drive you home as most patients are dilated.
  • Allow for one hour for your appointment.