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Did You Know?

You have special glands above each eye called the lacimal glands. These glands make tears. The reason for the tears is to protect your eye from drying out. When you blink, the tears cross over your eye and help keep it free from germs and dust.

Frequently Asked Questions

Do you have to be a Costco Member to get an eye exam?

No, you do not have to be a Costco member to use our services.

What insurance do you accept, and what do I need to bring?

Please click here to see the list of insurance we accept and what to bring to your eye exam.

Do I need an appointment to get an eye exam?

No. Appointments are available, but walk-in patients are always welcome.

Can a contact lens get stuck behind my eye?

Absolutely not. The surface of the eye is a closed system. The end of the small space between eyelid and eyeball (the conjunctival cul de sac) is basically a dead end. A contact lens, or anything, that comes in contact with the surface of your eye cannot travel very far.

How often should I get an eye exam?

We reccommend getting an eye exam once a year.

Should I get glasses or contacts?

This is something that is best evaluated at your eye exam with the doctor.

What are your hours?

Our office is open Monday - Saturday. Please click here for our Hours and Location

Do you give eye exams to children?

Yes, Dr. Doll has a lot of experience with pediatric optometry. All ages are welcome at our practice.