For your first visit, please arrive 15 minutes before the reception closes.
Health Insurance card, Prescription note (Okusuri-Techou), Diabetes record(If you have)
If you would like to have “eyeglass or contact lens prescription “, the dilated eye exam (why need this exam?) and have a letter, please visit at least 30 minutes before the reception closes.
This is so that we can provide you with the highest quality of care possible. We appreciate your understanding.
We all know dilation is inconvenient, blurs our vision, and makes us sensitive to the sunlight. We advise to bring your sunglasses to your visit.
Dilation usually lasts 4-6 hours, depending on the color of your eyes. Lighter eyes, such as blue and green, tend to be dilated longer than people with brown eyes. Even though dilation makes our vision blurry, it usually just affects our near reading and computer vision.
We recommend that patients with the dilation should not drive themselves home. So, please ask someone come with you for driving, or come walk yourselves.
It is important to have yearly dilated eye exams, especially if you have diabetes, a family history of eye disease, or are over the age of 40. If you would like to schedule an appointment, please call us at (TEL) your request.
Insurance is mandatory.
We have a duty to check whether the insurance is valid or not. If you cannot show valid insurance, we ask that you pay the full fee.
We can refund the extra-fee covered by the insurance if you show it in the same month.