It depends on your insurance coverage, you can contact your vision insurance directly to get benefit information, or bring your card in and we will be happy to call for yo. Our Portland eye doctors will be happy to discuss your insurance options.
Typically glasses can take anywhere from 3 to 10 days depending on the type of treatments you order for your lenses. Eyehealth NW has a state-of-the-art production laboratory to guarantee service and quality.
From $119 on up depending on what you need. Our opticians can help you get the best value in your eyewear.
It is very important to have a back-up pair of glasses in the event you have an eye health issue and cannot wear your contacts. Its also recommended to give your eyes a break from contacts in the evenings and weekends. If you travel it's also nice to have a back-up option in case you need it.
Like any prescription, your doctor's RX will expire. You need to have regular eye exams as your vision can change as well as caring for the health of your eyes.
No, in most cases only the advertised item is lower, to get what you want is often higher than everyday pricing.
Most frames have a 1 year warranty for manufacturers defects (except Flexon frames, Safilo frames, and some children's frames). Lenses with a "premium" treatment (scratch or anti-reflective) added have a two year manufacturer warranty.
It is always best to send in the frame to the lab to insure a perfect fit, we do have electronic frame tracers in all our stores which, in most cases, enables you to keep wearing your frames while waiting for new lenses. We are required to send in your frame to the lab if you are using either VSP or Spectera insurance, as they each have their own labs which set rules on using patients own frames.
We would be happy to call and have your prescription faxed to us. You will need to sign a records release form in accordance with HIPAA regulation.
Most glasses come with a case from the manufacturer. We carry a selection of cases in our stores as well.
There are so many because people need to have choices that will best match their needs. Our Board Certified Opticians will help guide you through the maze of choices to find the lens product that will work best for you.
At EyeHealth Northwest our Opticians are committed to helping you get the best pair of glasses you have ever had. They have been trained by a Master Optician and tested by the American Board of Opticianry to become Nationally Certified , which means that the people helping you have committed themselves to providing professional, quality care, sorting through all the confusing array of products that often make choosing eyewear an overwhelming and stressful experience. We can take stress out of the process, making it enjoyable for you and your family.LEARN MORE