Please print out and complete your New Patient Forms and bring them with you on the day of your appointment. Please bring with you your current medical and vision care insurance cards, a current list of your medications and doctors, any eye drops that you are taking, your current eyeglasses, and current contact lens and/or eyeglass prescriptions. It is also a good idea to bring a pair of sunglasses, in case it is necessary for the doctor to do a dilated exam of your eyes.
If you are having a contact lens exam, please wear your current contact lenses so that the doctor can evaluate them on your eyes, and bring your glasses with you.
Some or all of the following may be included in your eye exam with us, depending on the reason for your visit: A complete medical and eye history, vision testing, a new eyeglass or contact lens prescription if appropriate, and a comprehensive exam of the structures and function of the eyes. If you are coming for a retinal evaluation, or if the doctor determines at the time of your visit that a more detailed examination of the retina is needed, your pupils will be dilated with eye drops. With dilation, most people experience a few hours of light sensitivity, difficulty with near vision, and occasionally difficulty with distance vision. In some people, the effects of dilation can last several hours. Please bring a pair of sunglasses with you in case it is necessary for the doctor to dilate your eyes. If you are not comfortable with the idea of driving after a dilated exam, you may prefer to bring someone to drive you home.
Additional testing and/or follow up appointments may be needed. At the conclusion of your exam, you are welcome to visit our Optical Shop located on the premises, where one of our experienced and friendly opticians will be happy to assist you with your eyewear needs and answer any questions you may have.
A map and directions to our office are available here. If you have any questions or concerns prior to your appointment, please do not hesitate to call our office at 781-762- 9018.
Please check with your insurance carrier to verify routine vision exam coverage by calling the customer service number on your insurance card, or through their website. If you are a member of an HMO for your medical care, please obtain a referral from your primary care physician prior to your visit.
The following insurance plans are accepted: Aetna, ALL Blue Shield Plans, BMC HealthNet, Celticare, Cigna, Commonwealth Indemnity Plan, Evercare, Fallon, First Seniority Freedom,GIC, Great West Health Care, Harvard Pilgrim, Health Plans Inc., John Alden Life Insurance, Local 103 I.B.E.W., MA Medicaid/MassHealth, Medicare, National Association Letter Carriers, Neighborhood Health Plan of MA, Network Health, One Health Plan, Oxford, Private Health Care Systems, Railroad Medicare, Senior Whole Health, Tricare, Tufts Health Plan, Unicare, United Health Care, United Medical Resources.
We accept the following Vision Care Plans: Davis Vision, Eyemed, National Vision Administrators,
Opticare, Optum Health (Spectera), Superior Vision, Vision Care Plan, and Vision Service Plan (VSP).