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Eye Exam in Ontario and Eastvale

Sunrise Optometry provides an in-house eye exam to customers in Ontario and Eastvale as part of our exceptional services. Our friendly, experienced staff that is committed to providing you with an exceptional experience and great quality product. This includes a thorough consultation that will determine whether or not glasses are necessary.

Some customers have glasses that simply don’t work for them anymore, for example. We evaluate your current glasses, examine your eyes, and make appropriate eyewear recommendations. In addition, we will perform an on-site health check for conditions that affect eye health like diabetes.

Vision Test

Our clients benefit from a variety of services, and this includes an in-house vision test at Sunrise Optometry. After you receive a health check, we work with you closely to determine the next steps.

The examination and testing process are performed on-site for your convenience, and we also help you with getting the right prescription. Our team also helps you navigate the insurance process so that you can get the product you need at an affordable price. Our cataract surgery patients receive invaluable support for their needs, and we can co-manage Lasik surgery after your consultation. You can also ask about our ability to co-manage your needs for corneal cross-linking, if applicable.

You can call us in advance to make an appointment, or you can simply walk into Sunrise Optometry. We accept most insurance companies, so speak with one of our friendly experts today to set up your initial appointment. We can’t wait to serve you.

How much does an eye exam cost?

The cost of an eye exam can vary based on different factors. For a routine vision exam for glasses, the starting price is $88. However, the cost can be influenced by factors such as the complexity of your prescription, any additional tests required, and the specific services provided during the exam. For a contact lens exam, the starting cost is $120. Keep in mind that every patient's needs are unique, so the final cost might differ based on your individual prescription and visual requirements.

How do I know if you accept my eye insurance?

Most major insurances are accepted at Sunrise Optometry. To determine if your specific eye insurance is accepted, it's best to contact the clinic directly. A simple phone call will allow you to provide your insurance information, and the staff can inform you whether your insurance is accepted and how the billing process works.

How quickly can I get glasses at Sunrise Optometry?

On average, it takes around 10 business days to receive your glasses after placing an order. However, if you need your glasses sooner, the clinic may be able to expedite your request. Keep in mind that while they will make an effort to speed up the process, they might not be able to guarantee a specific timeframe for expedited orders.

How long does an eye exam take?

An average eye exam typically takes around 15 minutes. This estimate is based on a routine exam and can vary based on the individual's needs and the specific tests and assessments required. If you're planning to visit for an eye exam, it's recommended to call ahead, especially if you're a walk-in patient, to ensure that the clinic can accommodate you in a timely manner.

Is it bad not to have an eye exam?

Yes, it's important not to skip regular eye exams. Undetected glaucoma, for instance, can lead to vision loss or blindness if not diagnosed and treated in a timely manner. Regular eye exams are essential for detecting and addressing potential eye health issues early on, even if you are not experiencing any noticeable vision problems.

How long should I go without an eye exam?

According to the American Optometric Association (AOA), it's recommended to have an eye exam at least once a year. This frequency allows for the early detection of any changes in your vision and the prompt management of any eye health issues that might arise.

How often should I have my eyes examined?

As mentioned earlier, an annual eye exam is recommended. Beyond just assessing your vision, these exams can also uncover systemic health problems like diabetes and high blood pressure that might manifest in your eyes.

What should I bring to an eye exam?

When going for an eye exam, it's a good idea to bring your old eyewear, as it can provide valuable information about your current prescription and visual needs. Additionally, bring your insurance information to facilitate the billing process if your insurance covers the exam and related services.

Can I buy prescription glasses if I have been examined by another doctor or in a store?

Yes, you can purchase prescription glasses even if you've been examined by another eye care professional or in a different store. Just make sure to bring your most recent, unexpired prescription with you. This ensures that the glasses you purchase are accurately tailored to your vision needs as determined by your latest prescription.

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