Comprehensive Eye Exams $75
Our comprehensive eye exam not only includes testing for a new eyeglasses prescription, but also includes examination of eye muscle teaming and focusing, a glaucoma screening, and a thorough examination of the internal and external health of your eyes. Dilation is included in the comprehensive exam at no extra charge. Regularly scheduled eye exams are critical to not only your eye health, but can also aid in the early detection of systemic diseases such as diabetes, high cholesterol, hypertension, and stroke.
Contact Lens Exams starting at $110
Our contact lens exams include everything included in the eyeglass exam with the addition of a contact lens fitting and contact lens prescription. If you're a new contact lens wearer, we provide one-on-one training with Dr. Clayton on the care, handling, and insertion and removal of your new contact lenses. Also, if new to contact lenses or trying a new brand of lenses a follow-up appointment may be required. This visit is brief and is at no additional charge to you. We fit soft contact lenses for astigmatism, daily or extended wear contacts, monovision, and even bifocal contacts. We also offer fitting of rigid gas permeable lenses, or "hard" lenses. There is an additional fee to your comprehensive exam for the addition of a contact lens fitting. This fee can range from $35 to $50 depending on the type of lenses (higher fees for bifocal and hard contacts). This fee includes trial lenses and follow-up visits needed to obtain the optimal fit, vision, and comfort.
Pediatric Eye Exams
Even if no vision problems are apparent, the American Optometric Association recommends that children should have their eyes examined by age 1, at pre-school age around 3, again before entering into school around age 5, and every 2 years thereafter. At these exams, we test to ensure normal development of your child's eyes. We test for excessive amounts of nearsightedness or farsightedness as well as testing eye teaming, focusing, and general eye health. With many of these conditions there may be no outward sign of a vision problem. Early detection and treatment provide the very best opportunity to correct vision problems, so your child can learn to see clearly.