Schedule a Routine Eye Exam
Take Care of Your Eye
A comprehensive eye exam, also known as a routine eye exam, usually happens once per calendar year and is billed to your vision insurance plan. It includes dilation to screen for eye disease and may include a prescription for glasses to treat vision diagnoses, such as nearsightedness, farsightedness and astigmatism.
After your exam, you can meet with one of our friendly, licensed opticians to browse our wide selection of eyeglass frames and eyeglass lenses.
If your optometrist detects an eye disease, it is possible the classification of your visit may become a medical eye exam.
While we hope that your eyes are always in good health, should you have a serious eye condition like dry eye, myopia, cataracts, glaucoma, macular degeneration, diabetic retinopathy, or any other eye disease, we can detect, diagnose and in many cases, treat your disease from the comfort of your optometrist’s office.
If we cannot provide treatment during your visit, we may refer you to one of our other medical optometrists or a board-certified ophthalmologist to co-manage your care.
Do you have a prescription? No Appointment Necessary!
If you have an existing prescription for eyeglasses or contact lenses, stop in anytime during business hours at any one of our locations. You do not need an appointment to speak with a licensed optician to fill your prescription.
Schedule a Routine Eye Exam at a Location Near You
We provide eye exams across the entire West Central Florida area, from St. Petersburg to Inverness and everything in between.
Accepted Vision Insurance for Routine Eye Exams
As a group, we accept over 50 routine vision insurances plans alone, including popular plans like Premier Eyecare, Eyemed, DavisVision, Superior Vision and Argus. We also accept a variety of medical plans to cover medical eye exams.
The more you learn about your own eye health, the better you can collaborate with your eye doctor. Our board-certified physicians will share knowledge, coach and empower you to make factually informed decisions about your care and treatment plan.