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Will you accept my insurance plan?

Are you employed by Wal-Mart?

How can your fees be so much lower than other eye doctors? Will I receive a quality exam?

Why does it cost more for a contact lens exam?

Will I receive a written prescription after the exam? Will it be accepted anywhere?

I had an eye exam a little over a year ago, and my vision seems fine. Why do I need another?

Arenít all contact lenses the same? Shouldnít I just buy the cheapest ones?

Will my contact lens prescription allow me to buy any brand of lens I want?

Does Wal-Mart make high quality glasses? Because they cost less, will they last as long and let me see well?
For the convenience of our patients, we accept most vision plans for whatever portion of
the examination cost the plan covers. Please tell us your insurance company so that we
can confirm your coverage.

No. I am an independent doctor of optometry who chose to locate my practice at
Wal-Mart, which is my landlord. I do not profit from selling glasses or contacts, only from
providing comprehensive exams and treating ocular disease.

We provide a thorough exam with the most advanced diagnostic instruments to evaluate
your vision needs and uncover any other ocular conditions that may go undetected if not
regularly monitored. I received my doctorís degree after the same four years of training
that all optometrists receive and was licensed to practice by the state after extensive
testing. We can offer lower fees because our overhead is lower operating here, and we
are able to keep busy seeing patients all day because of our convenient location.
We will supply a written prescription and summary of your exam as you leave the office.
The prescription is valid anywhere in the U.S.

We do additional testing with contact lens patients to measure the curvature of the eye to
ensure that we prescribe the lens that optimizes fit and comfort. We also do an evaluation
after you have worn the lenses for a given period to make sure there are no

We will supply a written prescription and summary of your exam as you leave the office.
The prescription is valid anywhere in the U.S.

We think it is important that all of our patients receive an annual eye exam. Your vision
can change over a 12-month period. A regular check-up enables us to uncover any
sight-threatening ocular conditions that can develop, unnoticed by you.

They are not all the same. The contact lens companies spend millions of dollars every
year to improve their lenses and regularly introduce new and better technology. You
wouldnít want to buy a five-year-old computer. For the same reason, itís best to keep
current and wear the latest and best lenses. Right now the companies are introducing
new lens materials that allow much more oxygen to pass through, making them healthier
to wear and enabling people to wear them in comfort for 14 hours or more per day. We
We recommend these new materials to most patients, even though they cost a little more,
because they are better and healthier for the eyes in the long run.

Your prescription is for a specific brand of contact lens that my examination and
experience tell me is best for your vision and ocular health.

Wal-Mart will custom-make your glasses in one of its six ultra-modern optical labs, using
top quality lens and frame materials, which the company constantly seeks to upgrade.
Because of Wal-Martís buying power and operating efficiency, you receive top-quality
glasses at an everyday low price.

Has your vision worsened over the last few years?
Need a check-up? Contact Dr. Kiernan &
Associates today for your comprehensive eye
exam. Donít put it off another day! Take steps to
protect your vision now.
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I-215 & Eastern

2310 E. Serene Ave.
Las Vegas, NV 89123
(702) 614-5435

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