We recommend having a comprehensive eye exam at least every two years for adults under 65 and annually for seniors, or as advised by your optometrist based on your eye health and risk factors.
An eyeglass prescription is typically provided at the end of a comprehensive eye exam, which takes approximately 45 minutes to an hour.
Eyeglass prescriptions and contact lens prescriptions are different. You will need a separate contact lens fitting and prescription, which our optometrists can provide during a separate appointment.
Using an outdated eyeglass prescription may not provide optimal vision and can lead to eye strain or discomfort. It is essential to have your prescription updated regularly.
Most insurance plans cover eyeglass prescription services as part of a comprehensive eye exam. We recommend checking with your insurance provider for specific details regarding your plan.