Your Yearly Exam



We offer you comprehensive exams to evaluate your glasses prescriptions and the health of your eyes. This exam includes digital retinal imaging to detect early signs of vision problems, eye diseases, and overall health issues.

Even if you haven’t noticed any changes in your vision, it’s still a good idea to have a comprehensive eye exam every year. During your visit, Dr. Davis can detect potentially serious eye conditions and disease, including glaucoma, which might not present any symptoms. Based on changes in your eyes, she can also detect and diagnose uncontrolled or undetected high blood pressure and/or diabetes.


We're excited to have you as a patient! We hope your appointment goes as smoothly as possible. In order for your paperwork and information to be processed in a timely manner we request that you show up 15 minutes early for your first appointment and 5–10 minutes early for all other appointments thereafter.


  • Current pair of Rx glasses or sunglasses
  • Vision Insurance Information
  • Medical Insurance Information
  • Contact lens patients: Bring contact boxes
  • Current list of all medications and vitamins


  • Vision insurance is used for routine yearly exams, glasses, and contacts. Your medical insurance is used to evaluate, diagnose, and treat medical problems related to your eyes. This includes diseases, infections, and injuries.
  • In the event that pathology is detected during a routine eye exam, additional testing or procedures may be indicated. These procedures will be billed to your medical insurance.


  • Payment is expected at the time of service. This includes co-pays for insurance. For your convenience, we take cash, checks, Visa, MasterCard, and American Express.
  • There is a $25 charge for returned checks. For glasses we require half down to order, and the remainder of the balance is due when you pick them up.


  • If you are diabetic, please be prepared for you eyes to be dilated every year. The dilation will add about 30 minutes to your exam. After the dilation your eyes will be extra sensitive to the light and extra blurry for a few hours. Most patients are comfortable driving home, but some prefer to bring a driver.
  • A report regarding your eye health will be sent to the doctor that manages your diabetes.


  • The contact lens exam is not the same as a regular eye exam. In fact, most contact lens prescriptions are completely different than eyeglass prescriptions. Dr. Davis will custom fit each contact lens patient.
  • Each custom fitting requires extra measurements, extra tests, and extra time to fit a person for contacts. The extra testing means that there is an extra cost associated with this exam.