WHAT IS THE COST OF AN EYE EXAM?
Our comprehensive eye exam which includes ocular health testing such as glaucoma and diabetes screening, evaluation of dry eyes, allergies, and overall eye health as well as your prescription(s) for glasses is $110.00. Our new state-of-the-art Optos Daytona Optomap Imaging System is now available in our office, and because we see such value in the retinal imaging (pictures of the back of the eye), we’re including the imaging at no additional cost with every exam.
Additionally, if you would like to be fitted for new contacts or have your current contacts evaluated it is $45 for a total of $155.
WHAT FORMS OF PAYMENT DO YOU ACCEPT?
We accept cash, credit cards, and many health savings/flex spending card options. We do not accept checks.
DO YOU TAKE MY INSURANCE?
Beginning February 1st, 2022, 20/20 Optix has transitioned to become an Open Access Office. We will see all patients regardless of vision or medical vision insurance or discount plans. If you have insurance, we will be happy to issue an detailed invoice with all tax and insurance codes included to aid you in filing a claim for your insurance. Please note that insurance claims will not be filed directly from our office.
WHAT WILL HAPPEN DURING AN EYE EXAM?
Our doctors will check your vision and ocular health. You will be asked questions that relate to any problems you may have. Measurements will help determine any need for corrective wear such as contact lenses or glasses. Your ocular health will be checked for things such as cataracts, glaucoma, macular degeneration or other disorders. Eye drops may be used to enlarge (dilate) your pupils to facilitate viewing of the inside of your eyes. Medication may be prescribed for ocular problems or a referral may be suggested for conditions requiring further intervention, such as cataracts.
DOES YOUR PRACTICE SEE CHILDREN?
Yes! We love kids! Dr. Poe recommends that all children have their first eye exam before starting kindergarten. Many eye conditions impact eye development as well as learning abilities.
WILL I BE DILATED? IS THERE AN EXTRA COST FOR DILATION? SHOULD I BE DILATED? CAN I DRIVE AFTERWARDS?
We always recommend dilation but understand that some days, being dilated doesn’t work in your schedule. We leave it up to you, discuss our concerns, and sometimes reschedule the dilation for another day. There is no extra cost for dilation. Most of our dilated patients drive afterwards but feel free to bring a driver if you aren’t sure. We provide you with a pair of temporary sunglasses to help with the extra brightness.
DO YOU HAVE MODERN EQUIPMENT?
Yes! We use the Marco automated refraction system, top tier examining microscope, and our brand new state-of-the-art Optos Daytona Optomap Imaging System for fundus photography.
ARE YOU PART OF COSTCO? DO YOU SELL GLASSES OR CONTACTS AT YOUR OFFICE?
Our office is part of Costco physically… you’ll find us on the north side of the building with an outside door. However, we are not part of Costco business due to a state law in Kansas that ensures two separate businesses. As an office, we strictly take care of your eyes, and as a result, we do not sell glasses or contacts at our office, we are proud to strictly take care of your eyes. Doing so gives our patients the freedom to take their prescription to any business they select. We will always recommend the Costco Optical for both their location and fantastic service.
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