To inquire or enroll in our Patient Portal, please contact our office at (865)546-1464.
A photo ID, insurance cards, list of medications, glasses and/or contacts, specialist co-pay and refraction fee of $40.00 to your appointment.
A refraction is the part of your complete eye examination that determines whether or not you need glasses or a change in your present glasses. The charge for this service is NOT COVERED BY MOST MEDICAL INSURANCES. The medical part of your exam is covered. We expect payment for this service at the time of your visit.
A driver is recommended as your vision may be blurred from dilation. If you haven’t had a problem before, you may use your judgment.
You should expect to be at your appointment about 2 hours.
You should be prepared for dilation at each visit, even if it didn’t occur at a previous visit you had.
Testing may be required by the technician by the technician so that your doctor will have necessary information to evaluate your eyes. You may also be dilated for the appointment, which takes 30 minutes.
Many medical conditions affect the health of the eyes.
Medications, prescriptions, etc. can affect the health of the eyes, and also indicate to the eye care provider what the patient is being treated for.
An invitation email will be sent to you at the e-mail address you provide on your demographics form. This will supply a link to the Patient Portal login screen.
If you can’t remember your username and/or password, select “I forgot my user name and/or password.” from the Patient Portal login screen under the green sign in button.
From there you will be presented the option to enter your email or user name in order begin the process of recovering your user name or password.