Individualized Eye Exams
Dr. Shewan will evaluate your vision and analyze the results for potential eye diseases. This allows us to discover possible problems as quickly as possible so you can get the treatment you need. A yearly eye exam can make a huge difference in getting the proper treatment for your specific condition faster.
Combating Eye Diseases
We offer testing for eye diseases, including glaucoma, cataracts, macular degeneration, diabetic retinopathy, and some others. While we do not offer treatment or surgery for these diseases, we’re confident we will get you to the right surgeon for the job. We’ll help you figure out the proper precautions to take in the meantime to prevent worsening of any symptoms you might be struggling with.
What Can We Treat?
While we don’t treat eye diseases in our office based on Ohio law, we can offer other treatments. If you come in with something stuck in the eye, we can remove it. We treat abrasions and other surface ailments as well. Things like retinal detachment or a hole in the eye will require a licensed surgeon.
Schedule an Eye Exam with Dr. Shewan
At Lexington Family Eye Care, we recommend scheduling an eye exam at least once a year to keep your vision health in check. We’re always passionate about ensuring the longevity of our patients’ vision. Contact us today to schedule a consultation with Dr. Shewan.
Frequently Asked Questions
What Insurances Do you Accept?
Vision insurance usually covers glasses and contact lenses. We accept Medical Mutual, Vision Service Plan, and Vision Plus. Medical insurance typically covers exams and procedures. We accept most medical insurances, including AETNA, Medical Mutual, Anthem, Blue Cross, Medicare, and United Healthcare. We DO NOT accept Medicaid.
Do I Have to Get Dilated?
Some procedures require eye dilation. We typically will ask if it’s okay if we find it necessary, but if you’d prefer to not be dilated, we will honor your wish.
Do You Check for Glaucoma?
Yes, we do.
How Much Is an Eye Exam?
We charge $80 for an eye exam.
How Long Will I Be There?
We recommend allowing 45 minutes to an hour, although it may not take that full amount of time.
How Long Does it Take to Get My Glasses?
It usually takes about 1-2 weeks for your glasses to come in. We’ll let you know when they arrive so you can come pick them up as soon as possible.
Can I Have a Copy of My Prescriptions?
Yes, absolutely. Just ask us and we’ll provide a copy of your prescription.