||Q: What is the
difference between dilated exam and non dilated
We use drops to dilate the pupils to allow our
Doctors to perform a thorough medical examination.
This enables the Doctor to get a full view inside
the eye, allowing them to provide a more accurate
diagnosis. Click the image below for a larger view.
||Q: Will Reed Vision
fill an optical prescription from another eye doctor?
A: Yes you can bring in any prescription from any
licensed eye provider that is not more than one year
old. All of our promotions include
a FREE Dilated Exam. We will not warranty any
outside prescriptions for doctor error. Reed
Vision will warranty the prescription if it is from
one of our doctors.
||Q: What type of contact
lenses are include in the special?
A: The following brands are included in the
contact lens promotion.
Acuvue 2, Acuvue Advance, and O2 Optix.
||Q: What types of
contact lenses are not included in the specials?
A: Contact lenses packages are not valid on daily
wear, monthly wear, toric, extended wear, colors or
rigid gas permeable.
||Q: I have a high eye
glass prescription. Am I still able to use the
A: Yes, If your prescription
falls within the following prescription range, +3.50
to - 5.00 with up to -2.00 cylinder. Bifocals add
power is between +1.00 to +3.00. If your
prescription is outside the above ranges you will be
able to use the 30% or 40% off promotion.
||Q: Do the prices listed
for the Optical Promotions include sales tax?
A: Sales tax is not included in the promotional price but
will be collected on the date of service.
||Q: What is covered by
the $29.00 and Free Dilated Eye Exam?
A: A standard dilated exam performed by a
||Q: When should my child
have their first eye exam?
A: Reed Vision recommends that children starting at
the age of 2 years old have annual eye exams.