No Puffs & No Dilation – Our Free Comprehensive Exam is Comfortable and Easy.

An exam is the only way to know which vision correction option will be right for you.

To make sure that you feel informed and comfortable when you come see us for the first time, we have detailed exactly what you can expect during your exam.

Our ocular analysis is completely free, and there is no obligation to take the next step until you are ready. Because of our advanced diagnostic technology, your initial exam will not involve any dilation drops or puffs of air, and we will be able to tell you exactly which treatment will be the best for your eyes.

    Three Simple Steps – here’s what you can expect:

    Step One:


    After you have arrived and checked in with the front desk, you will be greeted by one of our talented technicians who will perform your pre-exam diagnostics. We will explain the purpose of each test in detail, but please feel free to ask us anything you want to know – our technology is very cool!

    Step Two:

    Exam and Recommendation

    One of our physicians will then take a full medical history of your eyes and eye health, as well as perform the physical eye exam. The doctor will then talk you through the results of your exam, if you’re a good candidate for vision correction, and the treatment options they recommend.

    Step Three:

    Personal Consultation

    Once your exam is complete, your patient care coordinator will explain the details and cost of treatment. Ultimately, our goal is to give you all the information you need to feel confident in your decision moving forward. There is no rush to schedule your procedure.

    We want to make your life as easy as possible on the day of your exam. That means…


    You do NOT have to be out of your contacts before the exam.

    You won’t need a driver on the day of the exam.

    We will never pressure you to make a decision.


    Our only goal is to give you the best vision possible. Making the entire exam process quick, complimentary, and worry-free is one simple way we can help you better understand all your options, and what to expect from vision correction.