- Glasses Rx Prescription
- Glaucoma Testing
- Macular Degeneration Screening
- Fundamental Binocular Vision Testing
Starting Price for Frames
- Trendy Frames
- Acetate Frames
- Metal Frames
- Surgical Steel Frames
Starting Price for Basic Lenses
- Great Image Quality
- CR-39 Material
- Standard Lens Index 1.5
- 99% UV Sunlight Protection
In addition to full eye exams we also provide: contact lens fitting, pre and post ops surgery exams, diabetic eye exams, reading testing, functional testing, sports vision testing, and concussion therapy treatment.
Eye exams are an important part of keeping your health in check. MSP provides partial coverage for the following groups:
- Kids aged 0-18 years old are eligible for one full eye exam annually
- Adults aged 19-64 year old are not eligible for an eye exam unless medically required
- Seniors aged 65+ years old are eligible for one full eye exam annually
Doctors of optometry are eligible to set a copay for services and may bill MSP on behalf of their patients when there is coverage available.
MSP does not cover the following services:
- Eyeglasses, contact lenses, eye co-ordination exercises, eye medications
- Contact lens fittings
- Laser refractive surgery management (pre- and post-operative visits)
Your extended health benefits may cover these services depending on the plan you have. You will need to contact them directly to see how much and when you are eligible for these benefits. Many of these companies have mobile apps that are available for you to make claims/check eligibility without having to call in.
We believe that everyone should make an educated decision when it comes to eye wear. It all starts with the eye exam where our optometrist will determine your prescription and make suggestions for you after understanding your specific visual needs.
Glasses are not just tools, but they are a part of who you are. Let us help you make a choice you will love.
The Wink Team has made a detailed guide on how to pick the right lenses for your frame. We also go into detail about premium vs basic lenses, progressives, and how to nicely transition into your new pair of glasses.LEARN MORE
Cataract Awareness Month
According to the National Eye Institute, more than half of all Americans age 80 and older will have cataracts or will need cataract surgery. Cataracts are the leading cause of blindness around the world. Read what Dr. Liaw has to say about common cataract myths.
Healthy Vision Month
May is national Healthy Vision Month and this year the National Eye Institute want to inspire families to work and discover together how to protect their vision!
Did you know, MSP provides one routine eye examination a year for children under the age of 19 years and adults over the age of 65.
We’re also encouraging our young parents to become vision heroes! If your kids grow up watching you attend regular eye exams, they are definitely more likely to do so the same later in life. #HealthyVisionMonth #EyeHealthEducation
Dr. Natasha Liaw has written a blog post all about vision health and has taken the time to separate it into four convenient topics: regular eye examinations, protect your eyes from the sun, contact lens wearers be safe, and eating healthy. If you want to learn more, click on the “more information” button below.
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Are you and eye trivia expert? Here is a fun quiz you can do with your kids that is jam packed with information. Don’t worry, if you get the answer wrong, it gives you a detailed explanation and fun facts you can share with the family! Refresh the page and start again.TAKE A QUIZ
Keeping in line with May Healthy Vision Month, this weeks superfood is blueberries.
Blueberries are an excellent source of vitamins and minerals such as Vitamin K1, Vitamin C, and Manganese. These antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, and collagen-stabilizing properties when consumed regularly can help towards general vision health.
Food is an important part of taking care of your eyes. Making sure they are provided the nutrients they need to perform their best is crucial proper eye health. When choosing superfoods for your eyes, pick foods that are rich in vitamin A and C, omega-3 acids, carotenoids, bioflavonoids, minerals and antioxidants.
What are eye floaters?
Floaters are simply the clumping of proteins in the vitreous. What we see are actually the shadows that are cast on the retina. That’s why they’re more visible when looking at bright lights, blank walls, or the sky.
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