Patient Resources

Resources

High-quality eye care using up-to-date treatments and techniques.

Are you a new patient? Please be sure to follow a few steps before your appointment. These steps include:

#1

Personal Identity Card
  • Availability of personal identity card (like a driver’s license or social security number) and an insurance card. If you wear contact lenses or eyeglasses, then make sure to bring them with you. Also, ensure to bring the latest prescription for contacts or eyeglasses. You have to fill our new patient information form online when booking an appointment. If you wish to walk-in at our facility, then be prepared to fill that form on your arrival.

#2

Bring Someone
  • Make sure to bring someone with you when you’re visiting our facility and need to be dilated. It’s because your vision will blur for some time as a result of dilation and you may face difficulty while driving back home. Eyes dilation is a necessary part of an eye examination to visually check the backside of eyes.

#3

Optos
  • Our eye care facility also offers a special exam option termed as ‘Optos’ that will capture the image of the backside of an eye without any negative consequences of dilation. This option is good for all those persons who can’t bring someone for help during eye examination and dilation.
FAQ's

Any Questions? Here Are Some Answers

How frequently should I visit an eye care center for examination?

We recommend you to get your eye examination done at least one time a year for better preventive measures and best results. In this way, if there are any signs of a visual disease or condition, then it will be detected and treated in time.

What is the recommended age of an individual to wear contact lenses?

Age is not the main factor to determine your eligibility to wear contact lenses, but hygiene and responsibility are necessary. You just need to be accountable and sanitize your lenses to avoid potential diseases or infections.

Why it’s necessary to remove cataracts at the earliest?

A cataract increases over time, therefore it’s highly recommended to remove it as soon as possible or once it begins hindering you. Once a cataract is removed, make sure to visit our optometrists regularly to ensure that they don’t reappear.

What type of contact lenses is right for me?

Every person has specific corneal shape and vision requirements, and thus needs a specific contact lens. We ensure your contact lens is the right fit for you and helps you see 20/20 no matter what visual issue you have.

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