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Regular eye examinations are important to your overall eye health and vital in maintaining vision for your lifetime. In order to understand how the billing of your visit will be handled, it’s important that you are aware of your insurance benefits and how they apply to your appointment. For more information about appointment types, please click below.

*Please Note: If you are experiencing flashes/floaters, sudden vision loss, sudden decreased vision, or other symptoms that require an urgent appointment, please call 678-892-2020 to schedule.

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For information about what type of appointment to schedule, please view the list below.

Annual medical exams are performed once a year to monitor and treat ocular medical conditions. These commonly include ongoing treatment and monitoring for glaucoma, diabetic eye exams, retina diseases and cataracts. These exams will be billed to your medical insurance. Additional testing may occur during your medical exam. Please contact your insurance carrier for coverage details.
Cataract evaluations are done to determine if you have a cataract. Your provider will perform a complete eye exam, along with a host of additional special testing. A cataract is a common condition in which the normally clear lens of the eye becomes increasingly cloudy, resulting in fuzzy vision, muted colors, and difficulty reading signs while driving at night. Cataract Evaluations are billed to your medical insurance. Please contact your insurance carrier for coverage details.
A routine vision exam is performed for a patient who has no specific illness, symptoms, complaints, or injury that need to be treated or diagnosed. Routine vision exams are commonly booked when you want to update your glasses or contact lens prescription and will be billed to your vision insurance. Additional testing may occur during your routine vision exam. Please contact your insurance carrier for coverage details.
A routine pediatric eye exam is performed for a patient under the age of 18 who has no specific illness, symptoms, complaints, or injury that need to be treated or diagnosed. Routine vision exams are commonly booked when you want to update your glasses or contact lens prescription and will be billed to your vision insurance.
*Please Note: If you are experiencing flashes/floaters, sudden vision loss, sudden decreased vision, or other symptoms that require an urgent appointment, please call 678-892-2020 to schedule.

 

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To schedule an appointment for another service, including but not limited to Retina, Glaucoma, Diabetic Eye Care, Oculoplastics, Medical Pediatric Exam, Dry Eye Disease, or LASIK, please complete the form below and a member of our team will contact you shortly. For further assistance, please call us at (678) 892-2020.

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