Internal Ocular Health Evaluation
The internal ocular evaluation is an important component of a routine eye examination since many eye problems can develop without symptoms. To accomplish a full internal health assessment, our doctors highly recommend that a retinal scan (Optomap) be performed during the preliminary testing and a pupil dilation after evaluation of the anterior eye segment has been performed.
Vision Insurance Information
The state of Georgia requires that a contact lens evaluation be performed every 12 months to update contact lens prescription, in order to maintain eye health.
This applies to all patients, even though you may have worn contact lenses in the past or even if the prescription does not change.
Contact lens prescriptions will be released to the patient only after a successful fit has been achieved. If a patient requires multiple contact lens prescriptions, fittings or evaluations, additional charges will apply. Payment for contact lens evaluations, as well as with all other professional fees, is non-refundable.
The fitting fee includes up to two follow-up visits within a 45 day period from the initial exam.
If you purchased contact lenses from our office and are dissatisfied for any reason with the purchase materials, the following polices will apply.
Soft contact lens boxes can be returned for credit or refund within 60 days of purchase. As long as the boxes are unopened, undamaged, and unmarked.
Furthermore, if boxes are returned and a courtesy diagnostic lenses were supplied at the time of purchase, a dispensing fee will apply.
Certain toric, color, and custome lenses are non-refundable.
Gas Permeable, scleral, hybrid, and some soft contacts are made to order and can also be returned within 60 days, but a $35 re-stocking fee per lens is required depending on lens type, manufacturer and design.