How much will the Initial Exam cost?
If you have medical insurance, then the cost will depend on your individual policy benefits. If you do not have medical insurance and would like to pay at the time of service, you will receive a prompt pay discount. With this discount, the total for all three visits is typically between $200 and $300 depending on the testing that needs to be done.
Will I have to be dilated if I was just dilated by my family eye doctor?
Our binocular vision assessments may include dilation. Dilation serves two purposes. Firstly, it allows the doctor to more accurately assess the health of the eye, by creating a bigger window to look through. Secondly, it allows a more accurate prescription measurement, especially in children with particular refractive errors.
What training does the doctor have?
Our providers are doctors of optometry who have received additional training in visual development, strabismus (wandering eye), amblyopia (lazy eye), functional vision, and vision issues related to traumatic brain injury and strokes. our doctors are either board-certified or working on their board certification in Neuro-Visual Rehabilitation/Vision Therapy and Vision Development.
There may a balance due at the time of service even with insurance such as co-pay or co-insurance. Those who do have medical insurance should bring their insurance card to the first appointment.
We ask as a courtesy that patients arrive 15 minutes early for check-in and give 2 days’ notice for cancellations.