We Provide Eye Exams for Glasses, Contacts or Medical Second Opinions
Dr. Lee has been providing eye exams and eyecare consultations for over thirty years.
She performs expert assessments for children, the elderly, athletes and all others with eyecare needs. Testimonials from patients have shown Dr. Lee has diagnosed vision challenges that other optometrists did not.
Standard Eye Exam with Rx: $82
Contact Lens Eye Exam with Rx
- Regular: $114
- Multifocal/Astigmatism/Toric: $139
- Hard contact lenses: $291
Dilation of the Eye $10
Medical Office Visit (no Rx): $60
Cataract Follow-Up: $82
We accept VSP, EyeMed, United Healthcare/Spectera, and Davis Vision. We will provide documentation if you should need to file for reimbursement with other insurance providers.
Examples of Conditions We Evaluate and Their Definitions
Cataracts: This is a clouding of the lens located inside the eye and behind the pupil. It is related to age and UV light exposure. The patient experiences decreased vision; however, after surgery to remove the cataracts, vision is significantly improved and glasses are often no longer needed.
Macular Degeneration: The macula is the center of the retina which is located in the back of the eye providing us with a “screen” to see. Moderate vision loss can occur and there could be central vision loss. Eye specific vitamins can be prescribed to help the degeneration. More advanced progression may require medicine to be injected into the eye.
Glaucoma: Glaucoma is damage to the optic nerve due to fluid pressure inside the eye. Symptoms include a gradual loss of peripheral vision initially and possible blindness if untreated. Basic treatment involves eye drops.
Keratoconus: This is a disorder where the cornea, the clear front portion of the eye, becomes cone shaped. Eye glass prescriptions can help mild cases, but if the cornea gets significantly cone shaped, hard contacts or surgery might be needed.