• Eyeglasses – Our office prescribes and dispenses single vision, bifocal, trifocal, and progressive addition ophthalmic quality lenses. We carry a large inventory of high quality, name brand, designer frames at competitive prices.
  • Contact Lenses – Find a full range of contact lens services and materials including gas permeable, soft, astigmatic and multifocal lenses. We provide a comprehensive follow-up program for our contact lens patients, which we believe can make the difference between a successful and an unsuccessful experience.
  • Lasik Surgery Consultation – We co-manage your Lasik surgery procedure from initial examination through final follow up in conjunction with local Lasik surgery centers in whom we have a great deal of confidence. Our objective is to select only those candidates we feel have a great deal to gain from Lasik surgery, and who will have an excellent result.
  • Cataract Management – We will diagnose and follow your cataract development until such time surgical referral is appropriate. We then refer you to one of our experienced cataract surgeons and will resume your care after you are released by the surgeon.
  • Glaucoma Treatment – Our office diagnoses and treats most forms of glaucoma and consults with local glaucoma specialists in advanced or special cases.
  • Eye Injury and “Red Eyes” – We manage most superficial eye injuries and other causes of “red eyes” such as allergy, infection or foreign body. In addition, we specialize in the treatment of patients with clinically significant dry eye syndrome.
  • 2nd Opinions – We encourage patients to seek a second opinion, especially when considering surgical procedures.

About Your Eye Exam

Your eye exam consists of two distinct areas:

  1. Vision Exam – We will assess your possible need for any vision correction such as eyeglasses or contact lenses.
  2. Eye Health Exam – This exam is designed to detect any medical problems such as glaucoma, cataracts, macular degeneration or neurological disorders.

What To Expect From Your Visit To Tuskawilla Family Eye Care

Please allow 45 minutes for the completion of your eye and vision exam in our office. We have found that this is the time required to obtain a case history and a complete and thorough diagnosis of your visual or eye health.

Fee Schedule

Examination fees and materials charges in our office have been carefully determined and are average for our community. Our office personnel use a printed fee schedule which is available at any time for a patient to see.

Professional fees are payable at the time services are rendered. 50% of the charges for lenses or frames can be made at the time of dispensing.

All fees and materials charges may be paid by cash, local check or credit card. Please inform our staff in advance if payment will be made through insurance or Medicare so the appropriate forms can be filled out.

The primary responsibility for payment is that of the patient. Our office will happily assist with filling out insurance forms for patient reimbursement.