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- • Children’s Vision | CLICK FOR MORE DETAILS >
- • Specialty Contact Lens Evaluations | CLICK FOR MORE DETAILS >
- • Glaucoma
- • InfantSEE (www.InfantSEE.org)
- • Cataracts
- • LASIK Consultation
- • Emergency Eye Care
- • Diabetic Eye Care
- • Treatment and Management of Eye Diseases
Dr. Brown will perform a complete evaluation of your eye and vision system and make recommendations based on your health and vision needs. Many systemic diseases are found through a thorough eye exam. Early diagnosis and treatment can prevent long-term damage.
Please check with your Insurance Company to verify you have vision coverage. You can call the phone number on your insurance card or your Human Resources Department for the most accurate information.
We also welcome patients without insurance. We can offer you same day pay exam and eyeglasses priced to meet your budget or finance your exam and/or eyewear through Care Credit.
NEW Patients- Please arrive 10 minutes before your scheduled appointment time to fill out new patient information forms or CLICK HERE to download and complete these forms prior to your first appointment.
What to bring to your eye appointment:
- • Medical Insurance Card
- • Vision Insurance Card (if applicable)
- • Form of payment (Cash / Check / Visa / Master Card / Discover / AMEX / Care Credit)
- • Driver’s license or photo ID
- • List of your current medications
- • All of your glasses including sunglasses (We do complimentary adjustments!)
- • Your current contact lens prescription or boxes
What to expect at your eye appointment:
- • Routine eye exams take 45 to 60 minutes.
- • New patients need to fill out Patient Information Form.
- • Dilation may be required. This will cause your near vision to be blurred for 2-4 hours.
- • Leave extra time to visit our Optical Department for a new pair of fashionable glasses!
Dr. Brown will evaluate your eyes for the best possible fit and vision with contact lenses.
Dr. Brown will prescribe the most up to date technology in soft, disposable and gas permeable contact lenses available to best serve your visual and cosmetic needs.
Our selection includes bifocal/multifocal and monovision contacts, contact for astigmatism, colored contacts, and more.
Custom designed contact lenses are sometimes necessary to solve special needs and certain eye problems.
Our expertly trained staff will be able to answer your questions and will provide instructions for proper insertion/removal and care of your lenses.
In many cases, our office will provide you with FREE trial contact lenses at your annual eye exam. Ask us about the newest lens materials, designs and wear schedule that meets your lifestyle needs. Also, ask if rebates are available for your new fit or annual supply of contact lenses.
The American Optometric Association (www.aoa.org) recommends that a child have their first eye exam between 6 to 12 months of age. Dr. Brown welcomes babies and young children to her practice.
Dr. Brown will test for excessive or unequal amounts of nearsightedness, farsightedness, astigmatism, and eye movement ability as well as eye health problems.
The American Optometric Association believes that an eye/vision assessment conducted as part of a preschool or school physical or a vision screening in the public or private schools cannot substitute for regular professional care. Nearly 33% of vision problems in children are missed at even the best of screenings.
It is estimated that nearly 25% of school-age children have vision problems.
All children should receive a comprehensive eye and vision examination assessing and treating any deficiencies in ocular health, visual acuity, refractive status, oculomotility and binocular vision prior to entering school and every year after.