Patient Resources

Please fill out our convenient online Intake form prior to your appointment.

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What to Expect at Your Eye Exam

When you call us for your GHEye appointment:

1. We determine whether or not your problem requires an immediate appointment or a convenient appointment slot.

2. We request your vision plan and medical insurance information so that we can file for benefits if we are a provider for your plan. If we are not a provider for your plan we will be happy to assist you in filling out your out-of-network forms. Fees for some tests may not be covered by insurance or vision plan programs. We will alert you as to which additional tests may result in additional fees.

1. If you wear contact lenses most of the time, we recommend you come in wearing your contact lenses. If you only wear contact lenses occasionally or if you are experiencing pain or discomfort with your lenses, then do not wear them the day of the appointment. Also, bring any contact lens packs that have your current contact lens prescription information. After your eye examination we usually recommend the latest technology in contact lenses. However, it is helpful to know what you have been wearing and how it has worked out for you.

2. We suggest you bring your eyeglasses and prescription and non-prescription sunglasses, even if you are having a contact lens examination appointment.

1. We will discuss your eye history, medical history, and visual needs so that we can optimize your vision – at work, at school, for sports or other activities, and for driving.

2. We will test your vision using high tech, cutting edge instruments including:

  • Glaucoma Screening: To measure intraocular pressure, you may be relieved to know we do not use the “puff” tonometer – you will find our up to date glaucoma testing to be instantaneous and comfortable.

  • Visual Field Test: an automated test using Heidelberg Visual Field technology.

  • Optovue Optical Coherence Tomography (OCT) testing: for patients who require more advanced macula or glaucoma testing.

  • Eye Health Examination: We compare your eye health from year to year using the Daytona Optomap with panoramic Ultra-Widefield technology.

  • Precision Vision Testing: We use state of the art digital equipment to ensure the highest degree of accuracy in prescribing the numbers for your vision.

3. GHEye Doctors will summarize your results, answer your questions, and discuss any vision or medical conditions that require further evaluation in more detail.

4. If you are being fit with contact lenses, we will review contact lens fees with you prior to contact lens fitting. We stock many spherical, bifocal and astigmatic (toric) diagnostic lenses on site. Should you require a complex contact lens fit, your GHEye doctor will order custom diagnostic lenses lenses and refine the fit and optics.

5. If you wear glasses, our doctors work closely with skilled GHEye optical staff to give you the highest level of clarity, accuracy and optical precision. With our team approach, the latest styles in frames, and hi-tech advanced optical lenses, we cater to patients who want to see the best that they can see!

What happens if you’re not happy? Any eye doctor can write a prescription. And any optical location can fill a prescription. What differentiates a great eye care practice is a commitment to accuracy, quality control and problem solving. We hope you never have any problems with contacts or glasses purchased in our office. But if you do, you have the assurance of knowing that the doctors and the team at GHEye are completely committed to optimize your vision and maximize your visual comfort.

Contact Us:  (571) 445-3692