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Decatur Medical Office
(404) 298-5557

Snellville Medical Office
(770) 736-7020

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About your Visit

We are pleased you have chosen our practice for your eye care needs! Once you have scheduled your appointment, please download the appropriate Patient Registration forms, complete them and bring to your appointment.

It is not necessary to bring your medical records from your last eye doctor. If after your exam our physicians determine they are needed, we will ask you to sign a medical release and our front office staff will request them.

What Should I Bring to my Eye Exam?

Please bring:

  • A photo ID (such as: state issued ID card, drivers license, MARTA card w/photo, hospital ID)
  • Your insurance card (s)
  • A list of ALL of your medications and their dosages
  • A list of your eye medications and their dosages
  • All of your glasses and contact lenses (including any over-the-counter readers)
  • Telephone number and name of your pharmacy
  • A list of questions you have for the physician
  • Your caregiver
  • If you are under the age of 18, your parent/legal guardian

At check in we will collect your:

  • Co-Pay
  • Co-Insurance
  • Un-met Deductible
  • Refraction Fee
  • Contact Lens Evaluation Fee

What Should I Expect at my Eye Exam?

Our experienced ophthalmic technicians will conduct several pre-tests to get you ready to see our physicians. We will dilate your eyes which will blur your close-up vision and in some cases your distance vision. Most patients can usually drive themselves. We will provide sunglasses after your appointment. If you have a concern, please bring a driver to your appointment.

You will have a vision test and a refraction. You will be asked about your general health as this is realted to your eye health. The refraction determines your current corrected vision and also provides information about what glasses prescription you may need. You should contact your insurance carrier to inquire whether refractions are covered by your plan. We will collect the fee for this service at check in. (Medicare does not cover refraction costs).

A typical eye exam will last about one hour including dilation. We do not provide childcare.

What Forms of Payment do you Accept?

We accept Visa, MasterCard, Discover, American Express and cash.
If you are not prepared to pay, we will ask that you reschedule your appointment.
We charge $25 for no-shows.

Appointments

To book your appointment, please call one of our offices at (404) 298-5557 or (770) 736-7020, or click here to book online!
We ask that you give us as much notice as possible when canceling your appointment to allow another patient to be seen in your place.

Referrals

If your insurance requires a referral, it is the patient’s responsibility to contact their primary care provider to obtain one. Referrals can be faxed to our offices at (404) 297-9480 for Decatur or (770) 736-9571 for Snellville.

We will ask that you reschedule your appointment if we have not received the referral prior to your appointment.

Patient Forms

Click here to download your paperwork, complete and bring to our office on the day of your appointment.

Refractions

A Refraction is a separate service, usually performed on the same day as a comprehensive exam, complete exam or to determine the visual acuity due to a particular complaint of our patient.

You will be asked to look through our equipment to a screen with different letters and tell us how well you are seeing as our staff or doctors changes the lenses. During this process we can then determine your refractive state and if needed, write a prescription for glasses.

Since this procedure is not performed on ALL patients, we only charge when it is performed.

Insurance companies do not consider a Refraction a necessity. We will collect the charge for this service when your insurance carrier does not cover it. Medicare patients please note, this is NOT a covered service under Medicare.

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About your Visit

We are pleased you have chosen our practice for your eye care needs! Once you have scheduled your appointment, please download the appropriate Patient Registration forms, complete them and bring to your appointment.

It is not necessary to bring your medical records from your last eye doctor. If after your exam our physicians determine they are needed, we will ask you to sign a medical release and our front office staff will request them.

What Should I Bring to my Eye Exam?

Please bring:

At check in we will collect your:

What Should I Expect at my Eye Exam?

Our experienced ophthalmic technicians will conduct several pre-tests to get you ready to see our physicians. We will dilate your eyes which will blur your close-up vision and in some cases your distance vision. Most patients can usually drive themselves. We will provide sunglasses after your appointment. If you have a concern, please bring a driver to your appointment.

You will have a vision test and a refraction. You will be asked about your general health as this is realted to your eye health. The refraction determines your current corrected vision and also provides information about what glasses prescription you may need. You should contact your insurance carrier to inquire whether refractions are covered by your plan. We will collect the fee for this service at check in. (Medicare does not cover refraction costs).

A typical eye exam will last about one hour including dilation. We do not provide childcare.

What Forms of Payment do you Accept?

We accept Visa, MasterCard, Discover, American Express and cash.
If you are not prepared to pay, we will ask that you reschedule your appointment.
We charge $25 for no-shows.

Appointments

To book your appointment, please call one of our offices at (404) 298-5557 or (770) 736-7020, or click here to book online!
We ask that you give us as much notice as possible when canceling your appointment to allow another patient to be seen in your place.

Referrals

If your insurance requires a referral, it is the patient’s responsibility to contact their primary care provider to obtain one. Referrals can be faxed to our offices at (404) 297-9480 for Decatur or (770) 736-9571 for Snellville.

We will ask that you reschedule your appointment if we have not received the referral prior to your appointment.

Patient Forms

Click here to download your paperwork, complete and bring to our office on the day of your appointment.

Refractions

A Refraction is a separate service, usually performed on the same day as a comprehensive exam, complete exam or to determine the visual acuity due to a particular complaint of our patient.

You will be asked to look through our equipment to a screen with different letters and tell us how well you are seeing as our staff or doctors changes the lenses. During this process we can then determine your refractive state and if needed, write a prescription for glasses.

Since this procedure is not performed on ALL patients, we only charge when it is performed.

Insurance companies do not consider a Refraction a necessity. We will collect the charge for this service when your insurance carrier does not cover it. Medicare patients please note, this is NOT a covered service under Medicare.

(404) 298-5557
465 Winn Way, #10 - Decatur, GA 30030

(770) 736-7020
1700 Tree Lane Road, #135 - Snellville, GA 30078