TOP 7 QUESTIONS WE HEAR FROM PATIENTS
How often should I get my eyes checked?
An annual eye exam is important, not only for obtaining a prescription but to check your eye health. Certain eye conditions require more regular exams please follow the recommendations of your doctor.
Should I get an exam even if I don't need glasses or contacts?
Yes, I see a lot of people with sight threatening conditions that are found during routine annual exams.
What if I have a medical eye problem, can Dr. Ray help me?
Yes. Come see Dr. Ray. Dr. Ray is a glaucoma specialist with a residency in ocular disease management. If you need further care, he will provide a proper referral. The main conditions he regularly treats are: pink eye, dry eye, allergies related to vision or the eye, cataracts, glaucoma, macular degeneration, and eye care related to diabetes.
Are trial contact lenses free?
Yes, with a basic contact lens exam. Our goal is to find the contact(s) that works best for you.
Can my family be seen at the same time?
Each family member will need to schedule an appointment. Many people schedule their family appointments conveniently back to back. Feel free to call the office and schedule the best way to meet your needs.
At what age should children start getting exams?
If there are concerns with your infant's regular well-baby physical eye exam, injury or other concerns, schedule to see Dr. Ray. Otherwise, the American Optometric Association recommends a child's first eye exam at 6 months. Then exams are normally scheduled at age 3, at age 5, and annually thereafter.
Should I take off my makeup?
This is up to you. If your particular exam needs to be makeup free, Dr. Ray will let you know. Most of the time, make-up is no problem.
I'm Considering Vision Correction Surgery, can Foresight Eye Care help?
Yes, Dr. Ray can determine if you are a candidate and can offer pre and post op appointments.