As a courtesy, we will verify your vision benefits prior to your appointment, including secondary insurances. All of your insurance information is required prior to your scheduled appointment in order for us to conduct a proper verification. Patients are responsible for balances that are not covered by insurance. This may include co-pays, deductibles and co-insurances, services, and hardware.


All of our frames have a two year warranty for any manufacturer defects.
Lenses have a two year warranty if purchased with an anti-reflective and/or scratch coating.
Lenses purchased without said coatings do not have a warranty against scratches or other damage.
Lost or stolen eyewear are not covered under warranty.


A contact lens is a medical device and can be worn to correct vision, as well as for cosmetic or therapeutic reasons. In the United States, all contact lenses, even purely cosmetic ones, require a prescription. They must be properly fitted and prescribed by an Eye Care Professional. An eye examination is needed to determine an individual’s suitability for contact lenses. This typically includes a refraction to determine the proper power of the lens and an assessment of the health of the eye.
Prescriptions for contact lenses and glasses may be similar, but are not interchangeable.
Contact lens prescriptions generally expire on a yearly basis from your exam date, unless otherwise determined by your eye doctor.