Insurance & Payment


We accept most major vision insurances. You can find out what your vision insurance is by calling your medical insurance and asking what the vision insurance plan is that they subcontract under. Below is a list of some of the most popular insurance plans we accept.

  • VIsion Service Plan

  • Vision Care Plan

  • Spectera

  • DavisVision

  • Superior Vision

  • Eyemed

  • Avesis

  • and more! Give us a call if you don't see yours listed and we can verify!


If you plan to use insurance to cover your exam, payment for the exam itself will be the contracted copay your insurance provides us. Any of our opticians will be able to explain these benefits in general, but it is a good idea to check with your insurer before hand to get a more precise understanding of your individual benefits. 

We accept Mastercard, Visa, Discover, and Carecredit as well as checks and cash. For CareCredit, we can offer different payment options for purchases over $200. For glasses purchases, we also offer the ability to pay half the price at order and the other half at pick-up.


For our cash patients, we have set prices for the comprehensive exam, contact lens exams, and other procedures we offer here. This list is not exhaustive, and it is best to ask our opticians or the doctor up front about charges you should expect.

  • Comprehensive Exam- This exam covers the general health of your eye as well as providing a glasses prescription. A visual field, refraction, and pressure check is routine for adults. For insurance patients, your copay, which you can find by calling your insurance provider, will cover this exam.

                                        Child (under 18): $64                                      Adult: $79

  • Contact Lens Exam- This is an additional exam (that is typically done at the same time as your comprehensive exam) that will specialize in checking the concavity, size, and shape of your eye to better suit you for soft spherical, toric, multifocal or RGP lenses. For insurance patients, this exam price will usually not be discounted, but every plan is different. For specifics, call your insurance company or speak with one of our opticians and we will be happy to help.