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By: Sarah G.
Henderson Eye Center
Reciptionist is horrible and looks at you hatefully and is of NO help at all. They first screwed us over by not checking into our VSP and then continued to argue with us about what it covered, they finally called them and discovered we were telling the truth. Then they told me they would be willing to get my a free trial pair of contacts without an contact exam since I had a year worth of my other prescription and it only changed slightly, then if the contact made a big difference I could come back in and get the exam to get new contacts. When I checked on them a week later when I received my new glasses they went back on what they said telling me that they never said any of that and that we never talked about contacts when my husband and I stood right there when he told me that and told me to make sure they got those trial pair of contacts ordered for me. The reciptionist even told me they would get them ordered for me. To boot they never called me to let me know what was going on I had to inquire about them when I went in to get my glasses. All in all I am very unhappy with the service and how they treat their customers. I will not be going back and will drive clear to Tyler to get my eyes checked by someone else. I have NEVER had a contact exam since I started wearing contacts 14 years ago nor have I EVER been charge extra for the doctor to look at my contacts in my eyes. It is stupid and unnecessary, they are only out to get more money since it is $40 just for that!
Tips & Advices
To find a professional that fits your needs and wants, look for an optometrist with the proper licensing and compliance with state-specific legalities as well as these qualities: attentiveness, ability to listen, ethics, compassion, ability to communicate effectively and willingness to spend time with patients.
Vision, like dental, is often an additional voluntary cost for employers who provide health care coverage. As a result, it may not be included in basic company-sponsored insurance. Those who do have access to this type of coverage - or Medicare - often only pay for a portion of their eye exam services.
The cost of an appointment with an optometrist varies based on the services required. While a typical eye exam can range from $50 to $250, depending on location. If if glasses or contact lenses are prescribed, or tests are needed, the overall expense of an optometrist visit can increase.
The American Optometric Association recommended that patients have their first eye exam at six months of age, followed by another at 3 years old, and again at school age. At that point, Regular annual exams are recommended.
Ophthalmologists are eye doctors that have received higher levels of training than both opticians and optometrists, and can also perform eye surgery when necessary. Opticians design and fit eyeglasses, frames, and lenses that are prescribed by optometrists and ophthalmologists. They do not perform vision tests or write prescriptions for visual aids. Optometrists fall between ophthalmologists and opticians. Optometrists can detect and treat eye abnormalities, prescribe lenses, and complete eye exams, but cannot perform eye surgery.

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