Step 1


The first step on the road to better vision is to schedule your first appointment. Contact our appointment scheduling line today to plan a visit to our facility. Our scheduling staff will work with you to explain the process – and eliminate the guesswork – while providing availability that works with your busy schedule.

Step 2

Patient Registration

Once you have a scheduled appointment, you can begin our patient registration process. You can do this at your appointment by showing up 15 minutes early or you can submit it digitally by using our online registration form. You will also need to bring an insurance information, which you can view our complete list of carried providers here. If you have any questions, please also feel free to call or email our office anytime.

Step 3


During the first part of your appointment, our staff will gather your vitals, personal data (such as height, weight, and age), any baseline optical prescriptions you currently possess, and perform some basic visual tests. This step will assist the doctor along with the information you provided in your patient registration.

Step 4

Doctor Visit

With your insurance verified, and your pre-screening complete, all that remains is to come see the doctor. Our highly qualified O.D. providers will thoroughly evaluate your vision – as well as identify any potential risk factors – to discuss the best solution for you.

Step 5

Contact/Glasses Fitting

With your appointment complete, our staff will evaluate the diagnosis from our O.D. providers. From there our staff will be available to help you with full fitting to help you determine the right frame for your glasses or contact selection. From contact lenses, to stylized brand-name frames – we have a wide selection of brands and styles to meet your eye-ware needs.

Step 6


With your initial visit concluded, all of our clients will be sent letters to begin scheduling follow-up appointments. As part of our effort to improve the overall quality of vision services, we maintain records on-site to monitor your visual wellness – and any developing symptoms – to ensure your satisfaction.