Arrive 10-15 minutes before your appointment time to complete new patient paper work.
You may be dilated during your exam; bring a driver if you do not feel comfortable driving after being dilated.
Bring These Things With You
- If you have your old glasses and/or contact lens prescriptions, bring them to your appointment; this will help Dr. K. know about your visual history.
- Your identification
- If you have vision insurance, don’t forget your insurance card.
- Download (below), print and complete the new patient paperwork to speed up your check in time.
- Vision Service Plan (VSP)
- Spectera / United Healthcare
Common Questions & Answers
How long does an exam take?
Allow approximately 30-45 minutes for your visit to Dr. K.’s office.
Can I drive after dilation?
Many people are fine to drive, but if you have never had your eyes dilated before, please bring a driver. Side effects of dilation include light sensitivity and blurry vision.
Do you take walk-ins?
We often have walk-in availability, call or stop by and inquire during regular business hours.
What insurance plans do you take?
See current insurance list above.
How much is an exam?
Service fees vary between exam types, co-pays and other factors. Please call or stop-in to inquire.
What forms of payment do you accept?
We accept a number of health and vision insurance plans–see the list above. Patients are also welcome to use FSA (Flexible Spending Account) or HSA (Health Savings Account) debit cards. As well as Visa, MasterCard and cash.