What insurances do you take?
We take many medical and vision insurance plans. For our complete list of insurances, see our insurances page.
Are you accepting new patients?
Can I make an appointment for my child?
Absolutely! All children should have their first eye exam before the age of 5. Dr. Harrison is our Pediatrics Optometrist on staff and has an impressive array of experience in pediatric eye care.
Who can bring my child to an appointment?
You may authorize any adult over the age of 18 to bring your child to the appointment. See our unattended minors policy for details and make sure they bring the release form with them to the appointment.
Dilation & Eye Exams
Do I need to bring my glasses for my exam?
If you own glasses, yes. Whether you love or hate your current glasses prescription, any information provides us will help produce a fantastic pair of lenses for your eyes.
Will my eyes be dilated?
Life can come with unexpected surprises, so you will always want to be prepared for a dilation. That said, we do utilize the latest widefield Optomap photo technology which gives patients the flexibility of a comprehensive retinal evaluation without the dilation side effects. An Optomap is recommended for all patients every 12 months, while a dilation is recommended based on your personal eye history.
What are your prices for glasses?
We have over 1000 frames from our $39 Bargain Frames to High End Luxury Swarovski Frames. Additionally, we work with affordable private labs to get the best quality lenses for your budget as well as worldwide brands such as Essilor, VSP, Zeiss, and Hoya. Make a personal consultation appointment with one of our highly trained Opticians to learn the benefits of modern day lens technology!
Which doctor is the best?
Each doctor at our practice has a unique background. Check out their biographies here and our reviews to determine which doctor would best fit your needs
May I get a copy of my prescription?
Yes! If your prescription is not expired, we are happy to provide a copy for you. If your prescription has expired, you will need an examination to have it updated.
Do you accept outside prescriptions?
Yes! If you could not make it in for an examination with us, you can still take advantage of our world class optical department with an outside glasses prescription so long as it is not expired. Call, Text, or Email us to for our next available Optical consultation appointment!
Why do I have to have a contact lens evaluation if I already wear contact lenses?
All prescriptions have expiration dates because a prescription that may be right for you one year can be harmful to you the next. Our bodies and eyes are constantly in flux as we age. A contact lens evaluation for an established contact lens wearer is to evaluate the tissue’s response to contact lens wear and make appropriate recommendations to maintain the health and well-being of your eyes.
What is the difference between my glasses prescription and contact lens prescription?
Your glasses prescription power is designed to sit 12mm in front of your eyes. Your contact lens prescription power is designed to sit directly on the surface of the eyes. For many people, this can cause their glasses and contact lens prescription powers to be very different. Additionally, due to the different plastics and molds utilized to make each lens is unique, your contact lens prescription must indicate the brand of contact lens, the base curve, and diameter.
Why does a contact lens prescription expire after 1 year for some people and 2 years for other people?
Eye Health! Here at City of Vision Eye Care, we care a great deal about the health of your eyes. Contact lenses can be a wonderful part of life, but they carry with them hidden dangers that can lead to blindness both quickly and slowly at the same time. A 1-year prescription expiration helps ensure that your contact lenses are not starting early signs of eye damage that are not detected during your routine examination. While some states allow a contact lens prescription to go 2 years before expiring, we follow the guidelines of medical doctors who specialize in eye care who recommend a 1-year prescription to prevent long term eye damage before it’s too late.