*All fees listed below are without insurance, for more information regarding coverage of your specific insurance policy please contact our office.
During a comprehensive eye exam, the doctor will check your visual acuity and update your eyeglass prescription to provide you with the clearest vision possible.
The doctor will also evaluate the front and back of the eye for diseases such as dry eye, glaucoma and macular degeneration. Digital retinal imaging is an alternative to standard eye dilation. The days of eye drops and blurred vision for hours after your exam are behind you! This offers a new and improved way of checking the back of the eye for sight threatening eye disease. The doctor will show you the images so you can see for yourself. A comprehensive eye exam is recommended yearly, especially if you wear glasses, have any systemic conditions including, but not limited to, diabetes, high blood pressure, high cholesterol, have a family history of eye disease or take any high risk medications.
For any reason should you want to try a new contact lens brand in addition to the brand you already have an active prescription for, the doctor will evaluate the new lens on your eye to ensure proper fit and provide you with a new prescription.
Single vision – $60
Bifocal – $80
Training class for new wearers – $60
A contact lens examination goes beyond the scope of a simple eyeglass prescription. Contact lenses are medical devices that need to be fit to your eyes.
During this examination, the doctor will discuss options of contact lens brands with you, check your eyes for contact lens related disease such as corneal ulcers, and provide you with an updated contact lens prescription. If you have a particular brand of contact lenses you are interested in wearing please let the doctor know this prior to starting your exam. Your fitting will also include sample contact lenses to take home and test out prior to placing an order. A contact lens exam alone cannot be done without an active eyeglass prescription on file. If you are new to wearing contact lenses the training course is mandatory.
Scleral Lenses – $1,499
Rigid Gas Permeable Contact Lenses (RGP’s) – $750
Rigid gas permeable lenses are hard contact lenses that are used to treat eye conditions such as keratoconus, dry eye, high astigmatism and other front of the eye disease.
Scleral contact lenses offer the same benefits as gas permeable contact lenses, but often with far better visual acuity and comfort. Fees include the actual lenses themselves.
Are you not finding adequate relief of your dry eye symptoms with your artificial tears alone? Punctal plug insertion is a brief in office procedure where small caps are placed over the tear drainage system in your eyes, so the tears drain slower throughout the day and provide your eyes with more consistent lubrication. There is no down time or healing time with this procedure.
Evaluation of any particular problems you are having with your eyes that does not pertain to an eyeglass or contact lens prescription. Examples of this include, red eyes, painful eyes, flashes of light in your vision, cataract evaluation, etc.
Are you sick of wearing eyeglasses or contact lenses? Then refractive eye surgery may be the option for you! During this appointment the doctor will review your eyeglass prescription with and without eye drops, measure the thickness of your corneas and evaluate the health of the back of your eyes, all to ensure that you are a good candidate for the procedure. After reviewing the results, if you would like to move forward with the procedure we will set you up with a highly recommended surgeon. Following the procedure, we will see you back for your post operative care.