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What to Expect

From your first contact with us, to your appointment and follow-up, our team’s focus is providing the best experience in eye care.


To get you through your exam efficiently, you will be provided with a link to fill out your health history and patient paperwork upon making your appointment.


Once you arrive, we’ll quickly get started on your exam. There are two parts to a routine eye examination. First, we check your vision to determine if you need glasses to help you see better. The second part is examining your eye health to check for common eye conditions such as cataracts, glaucoma, and macular degeneration.

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Dr. Livingston recommends that all patients, regardless of age, get both dilation as well as retinal imaging. If you are not able to get dilated, we highly encourage you to get the retinal photo taken.

The doctor will review the photos with you, which is pretty cool to be able to see the inside of your own eye! If you have an eye phobia and don’t want the photos reviewed with you, no worries. Just let us know and we’ll discuss your eye health without showing you the pictures.


After we’ve finalized your glasses and/or contact lens prescriptions, an expert optician will guide you through eyeglass lens and frame selection to best suit your vision habits and lifestyle. This is the fun part, so relax and try on as many frames as you’d like! Don’t know everything about lens and frame options? No worries – that’s our job! We’ll give you the inside scoop on what’s necessary and what really isn’t.

 

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Curious about your insurance coverage?  Find out more here.

No vision or medical insurance? No problem! We offer competitive pricing for eye exams and package deal pricing for eyewear.  Call us to find out more!