Frequently Asked Questions
These are the top frequently asked questions from our patients. If you have a question that is not listed here, let us know. We are here for you and will be more than happy to get all of your eye and vision questions answered.
A comprehensive eye exam is $75. A basic Contact lens exam is $115. If you require a multifocal or monovision correction, the contact lens exam is $125.
I am an independent doctor of Optometry who chose to start my practice adjacent to a Sam’s club, leasing the space from them. You do not have to be a Sam’s Club member to use my services.
Each brand of contact lens has a different curvature and does not fit every individual the same. Contact lens are also made of different materials. I use my knowledge and experience to pick a lens that is best for you.
All contacts lenses are not the same. The contact lens companies are constantly working on improving the quality of their lenses, coming out with lenses that are healthier for your eye. Newer lens materials are more oxygen permeable, allowing your eye to get the oxygen that it needs to stay healthy. I recommend these lenses even though they cost a little more because they are better for your eye in the long run.
Generic solutions are comprised of older technology than new solutions. They also frequently switch their formulas to what is most cost effective, leaving you with a solution that may work for you one time but not the next. The new lens material is not as compatible with older solutions. The quality of your solution significantly influences the comfort of your lens permitting you to wear it longer each day.
Even though your lenses may feel ok, proteins and other deposits are forming on your lens the longer you wear it. This can eventually cause irritation, itching, and redness which can eventually lead to complications that prohibit you from wearing contact lenses in the future.