A comprehensive, annual eye exam includes:

  1. Medical eye examination       $189 new patient OR​​

                                                        $179 established ​

  2. Refraction (determination of prescription)   $59    

For a billed total of: $248 new/$238 established.

If no insurance is being billed, we are able to extend a prompt (same day) payment discount of 25%.

Same day payment: $186 new/$178 established

We offer advanced optomap retinal screenings for $35.

 

All of our adult examinations include an iWellness scan with Optical Coherence Tomography - one of the most advanced ways to check for early glaucoma and age-related macular degeneration

Click here for a list of the tests and assessments performed in our very thorough eye exams. 

Other Services:

  • Problem/Intermediate/Dry Eye/Emergency (medical insurance billable): $95-250

  • Vision Therapy Evaluation (medical insurance billable)   $303 

    • Some Vision Therapy Evaluations require additional testing or a second appointment, which is discussed at your visit if needed: $95-$200

      • Vision Field 

      • Fundus Photography 

      • OCT 

      • Intermediate exam

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  • Glaucoma Testing/Care (medical insurance billable)   $95-$350

  • Contact Lens Evaluation (not always covered by insurance): all patients who wear contact lenses require additional examination components to ensure optimal vision and eye health and the fee varies based on complexity.

    • Level 1 (established, no change or followup): $25
    • Level 2 (established with some change): $65

    • Level 3 (New fit, straight forward): $100

    • Level 4 (Multifocal fit - see without readers): $160

    • Level 5 (complex fit, medically necessary): $200-$1000

 

Notes:​​

         *Levels 2-5 Diagnostic lenses included

         *Levels 3-5 include up to 3 no-charge followups

         *The doctor will determine which level is required             and will discuss this with you during your exam.

  • Copays and coinsurance due at the time of service. If deductible applies, or if no insurance is being used for your care, payment is due at the time of service.