We have provided a list of useful links as well as a display of some questions commonly asked by our patients. If you cannot find the information you are looking for please visit our "Contact Us" page to email our staff.


Check Yearly, See Clearly
All About Vision- Are learning-related vision problems holding your child back?
The National Eye Institute
Vision Therapy
Vision Therapy Success Stories
Parents Active for Vision Education
All About Eyeglasses
Life-Changing Aid for people with reading problems: Are ChromaGen lenses for you?
Eye Care Council - See To Learn
College of Optometrists in Vision Development learn more about vision and how it relates to learning, brain injuries, dyslexia, ADD/ADHD, vision rehabilitation/training, and much more.
The Optometrist Network find Vision Rehabilitation/Training Success stories and more on vision and learning, dyslexia, ADD/ADHD, etc.
The American Optometric Association lots of information about different topics relating to vision, vision awareness issues, etc.

Frequently Asked Questions

Q: When should I have an eye exam?
A: Eye exams are recommended yearly. Patients with various medical conditions may need to be seen more frequently. Children should have their first eye exam by age 3, before starting school, and then annually thereafter.

Q: What forms of payment does your web site accept and is my information secure?
A: We accept American Express, Discover, Visa and Mastercard for orders placed on our web site. Each transaction is handled through our secure 128-bit encrypted server.

Q: What is the delivery time for my lenses?
A: In stock orders placed before 3pm EST Monday-Friday will ship same day. We offer several different delivery options to best suit your needs.

Q. How long can you store a contact lens after it has been removed from its package?
A. This varies according to the cleaning and disinfection routine that you use before storing the lens. For specific details consult the package insert of your lens care system.

Q. How often should contact lenses be changed?
A. The recommended life of contact lenses varies depending on the type of lenses, from 1-day, 1-week, 2-weeks, 1-month, and longer. With any contact lens, you should follow the prescribed wear and care instructions from your eye doctor.