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Annual Comprehensive Eye Exam

This exam address specific concerns such as nearsightedness, farsightedness and astigmatism.  If often involves eye dilation to assess eye health and anatomy, as well as screen for disease and diagnose refractive errors.  It may include a slit lamp exam.

Medical Eye Exam

A medical eye exam provides a diagnosis and treatment of an eye disease or malady, like conjunctivitis, dry eye, glaucoma or cataracts, to mention a few.

Examinations for medical eye care, assessment of an eye complaint, or to follow up on an existing medical condition are billed to your medical insurance plan. See more about insurance here.

Contact Lens Exam

A contact lens exam determines your depth perception and general eye health prior to contacts being prescribed.  It would include a comprehensive eye exam, and could include topography and keratometry as well.  You will also be shown how to insert and remove contact lenses.


A refraction is the part of the exam that determines your eyeglass prescription. It typically involves questions like, “which is clearer – option one or option two” as different lens combinations are shown to you.

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