What to expect at your visit //
Please be prepared to undergo a complete examination including a dilated fundus exam. You will receive dilating drops that will make your near vision blurry for 2-3 hours and sensitive to bright sunlight. Please arrive approximately 15 minutes prior to your appointment in order to fill out the necessary paperwork. We anticipate your first visit to take approximately 2-3 hours
A few notes //
a note about glasses
If you need a prescription for eyeglasses, you will require a procedure known as "refraction" as part of your exam. Many insurance companies do not cover this cost, and you will be billed directly. Please check with your insurance company for more information.
a note about contact lenses
Please note that prescriptions for contact lenses are different from glasses prescriptions and require trying on contact lenses, known as contact lens fitting, in order to determine the correct prescription and design. You will not be able to purchase contact lenses with a glasses prescription only. Dr. Park does not prescribe contact lenses and would be happy to make a referral for these services.
Insurance //please call to verify
Dr. Park accepts medical insurance, but does not participate in 'vision' plans.
- Blue Cross / Blue Shield
- United Healthcare