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Here are you can find the most commonly asked questions. Call Us If you have any other questions, please do not hesitate to contact us.

Farsightedness (hyperopia) is a common vision condition in which you can see distant objects clearly, but objects nearby may be blurry. The degree of yourfarsightedness influences your focusing ability.

The medical term for nearsightedness is myopia. This occurs when light entering the eye does not focus properly on the retina, the membrane that lines the back of the eyeball. Instead, the light falls short — usually because the eyeball has grown too long. As a result, distant objects appear blurry.

We accept most medical insurances, vision and union plans. If you want to know more your insurance benefits just call us and we’ll check your insurance and give you full list of your vision benefits.

Polycarbonate lenses are made of a type of plastic that is more impact-resistant than standard plastic lenses. Polycarbonate lenses are also much thinner and lighter in weight.  Polycarbonate lenses are less likely to fracture than plastic lenses or hi-index, so they are a great option kids’ glasses and for active adults.

Bifocals are dual-vision glasses that allow the patient to see two different vision prescriptions through the same lens. Bifocals are commonly prescribed to people with presbyopia who also require a correction for myopia, hyperopia, and/or astigmatism.

Progressive lenses have three prescriptions in one pair of glasses. That allows you to do close-up work (like reading a book), middle-distance work (like working on a computer), or distance viewing (like driving or walking) without needing to change your glasses.


Here you can find common questions about eye exams.

Our eye Doctors recommend that you have a comprehensive eye exam every year. It’s also depending on your age, risk factors and whether you currently wear eyeglasses or contact lenses.

It depends of your insurance, plan and other details. We accept most major vision insurance plans. You can call Us and we gladly check your insurance and give you full list of your benefits.  If you don’t have insurance, you can pay for an Eye exam in our optical.

Our eye Doctors recommend that children should have their first comprehensive eye exam at 6 months of age. Then should have their eyes examined exams at age 3 and just before they first time go school — at about age 6.

Please, don’t be worry about dilation! It is not necessary for every patient. Our Eye Doctor decides if you need be dilated. It’s dependent on the health of your eyes at the time of your visit doctor.

  • Bring your vision insurance card and any other medical insurance cards.
  • List of any prescription or non-prescription medications you are currently taking
  • Bring all pairs of eyeglasses you wear.
  • If you wear contacts that were prescribed elsewhere, bring a copy of your most recent contact lens prescription.
  • You can also prepare and bring a list of questions or concerns that you would like to discuss or ask doctor.

If you have an emergency situation, you can visit our eye Doctor without an appointment.