A Comprehensive Eye Wellness Examination includes vision and eye health evaluations, visual fields screening, Advanced Retinal Diagnostics screening, and dilated fundus exam, as needed. This fee is for private pay patients who require a yearly visit, when not using any insurance. The contact lens evaluation is an additional fee.
An eye examination through Vision Service Plan (VSP) includes a refraction and screening examinations of the internal and external structures of the eye, including dilation, if needed. Additional testing through Advanced Retinal Diagnostics screening is recommended to have a more complete assessment. Some plans include a retinal screening, either fully or for a $39 copay. This screening is not the same as our Advanced Retinal Diagnostic (ARD) Screening. In order to get the best results, we recommend upgrading to the ARD. If you have full coverage for the VSP retinal screening, you will only be charged the difference.
Exam copays vary
For patients who suffer from symptoms of binocular vision dysfunction caused by misalignment of the eyes, we offer an extended comprehensive evaluation in order to diagnose and treat the condition. Some examples of symptoms are dizziness, headaches, eyestrain, light sensitivity, head tilt, imbalance, agoraphobia, difficulty with tasks such as driving, and more. This examination includes all vision testing, computerized specialty vision testing, and also the Advanced Retinal Diagnostics screening. The contact lens evaluation is an additional fee. As a courtesy, we will process a claim to your PPO medical/health insurance. Adjustments are made when/if payments are received and you will receive the difference as a refund. Most PPO insurances and traditional Medicare will have coverage for many of the services, however, HMO insurances never pay for these services so we do not submit a claim.
Please visit our NVM page for more information and to take the questionnaire to determine if you are a candidate.
Neurovisual Yearly Examination $499
Neurovisual Progress Assessment (One-month After Eyewear Dispensing) $399
When the reason for the visit is a specific eye medical concern and not for wellness testing or to update the vision prescription, the visit is classified as medical. Medical visits are claimed to medical/health insurance, not vision plans. These do not include refraction. A refraction is the measurement of vision that results in a glasses prescription. Most medical insurance plans, including Medicare, do NOT cover this procedure. We charge a separate refraction fee just for this portion when the service is needed. Vision plans DO cover this procedure.
Medical Visit fees are based on complexity and procedures needed
Copays and deductibles vary
Routine refraction $65
Neurovisual or complex refraction $85
A contact lens evaluation must be performed yearly to assure safe contact lens wear and to issue an Rx. The FDA classifies contact lenses as medical devices and the prescription is valid for one year. We evaluate for proper fit and vision, the health of the surrounding tissue, and corneal topography. Follow-up visits are included for up to two months. This fee is in addition to the exam fee and is typically not covered fully by vision plans or medical insurance.
Rigid Spherical, Soft Toric $149
Monovision, Multifocal, Rigid Toric $179
New Wearer Training $49
Specialty Medical Complex Synergeyes $399 Multifocal $509
Scleral Multifocal $999
Scleral Ultra-Custom Freeform $1009
Myopia Care Orthok Program - Fees vary based on complexity
For more information, please visit our Myopia Management page.
This bundle of tests is recommended yearly. It includes wide-field retinal imaging with autofluorescence and optical coherence tomography of the optic nerve and macula. These images are used for the early detection of many diseases which can cause vision loss, as well as associated health conditions. These tests are a faster, safer, and better way to view and document the internal structures, without the side effects of dilation. These images are not the same as what is referred to as retinal screening or imaging by vision plans. We highly recommend always opting in.
Advance Retinal Diagnostics $74
This is a partial list of our services. The fees are subject to change in the future. If you have any questions regarding additional services we provide, please contact us at email@example.com.
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