Our office is capable of performing all necessary diagnostic tests and treatments in a single visit. Please allow at least 1 hour for new appointment and 30 minutes for follow-up visit to complete all necessary diagnostic tests and examinations.
What to Bring
- Photo ID
- Current Insurance card (which will be verified at every visit)
- Contact info of your primary care and referring physician
- If your insurance requires a physician referral, please obtain the referral prior to your appointment.
- Any records or diagnostic tests that have been performed related to your condition
- List of medications
- Any prescription glasses you may wear or a copy of your eyeglass prescription
- Sunglasses as pupillary dilation will make you sensitive to light
- New patient forms that you have filled out
PDF documents can be downloaded by clicking on the links below
You may download, complete and bring the form to your appointment. If you wish to submit the information online, please send us a request with a working email address. We will then send you log-in information for the patient online portal/kiosh.
We will verify the specific requirements in your insurance contract regarding deductibles, payments, copayments, and the terms regarding referral numbers, number of allowable visits to specialist, and in-office procedures. If your insurance requires you to pay a co-pay, then you must pay this co-pay at the time of your appointment. Your visit or treatment may be rescheduled if prior authorization from your primary care physician is required. Payment of unauthorized services is then your responsibility. Fees not covered by your insurance company due to unmet deductibles are due as you leave the office. If this should be the case, we offer payment plans to ensure your treatment does not go unfinished. If you have a question on whether we accept your insurance, please call our office at (817)617-7678.
Eye Dilation and Transportation
Please remember it is necessary to dilate your pupils with eye drops to have a retinal evaluation. Pupillary dilation makes your vision blurry and your eyes more sensitive to light for several hours. If you are not using public transportation, we recommend considering arranging for someone to drive you home. If you need help with transportation, please contact our office for assistance.