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Your First Appointment

We know that visiting the eye doctor can be a stressful experience, even for adults. We want to ensure that your visit is as pleasant as possible. Here is what to expect at your first appointment with us.

  • First there are a few forms for you to fill out so we can learn more about you and your vision.
  • Next, you will be given a comprehensive exam by one of our doctors. During this exam, the doctor will test your vision and make any changes needed to your prescription, if you have one. You will also be given a painless, comprehensive exam to check for any signs of an underlying eye condition.
  • Finally, you are ready to see more clearly! If you need new glasses, an optician will help you find the perfect frames and the perfect fit.If you need contact lenses, you will be measured for the best fit and your lenses will be ordered.If you have an underlying eye condition such as lazy eye (amblyopia), a treatment plan will be created for you. If you have signs of a condition such as glaucoma or cataracts, we will refer you to a trusted opthamologist (eye surgeon) in the area.

We are always ready to help with scheduling or anything you may need during your time with us. We will take extra care to listen to your concerns, answer your questions and thoroughly explain your condition and treatment options.

To schedule an appointment, please visit our Contact Us.

Financing & Insurance

Anderson Vision Care works with many insurance carriers and payment plans.

To see if we work with your insurance carrier or vision care plan, please call our office for assistance. Our friendly and informed staff will be happy to answer any questions you may have.

Referrals

We work closely with ophthalmologists, primary care physicians and other medical professionals in our area to ensure that our patients get the best, most comprehensive care possible.

If we feel that you need further treatment and evaluation by an ophthalmologist or other medical professional, rest assured that you will be in good hands.