Here’s a list of commonly asked questions for your convenience. Don’t see your question? Contact us for more assistance.
Typically, we begin to see children for eye exams around the age of 5 when they are comfortable with their letters and numbers. If your child is experiencing eye health issues or vision concerns before the age of 5, you should contact his/her primary care physician.
For our patients’ convenience, we offer several ways to schedule appointments. You can contact our Customer Success Center at 317-960- 3535, request an appointment online by clicking here or contact your preferred Dr. Tavel office directly.
If you find yourself in need of a glasses repair, please take your glasses to your preferred Dr. Tavel location. An eye care professional can assess the damage. Many repairs can be done immediately in the office.
Yes, we offer walk-in exams at all our locations. We recommend scheduling an appointment in advance to ensure the doctor can see you for an eye exam in a timely manner. Our scheduling platform enables you to pick your preferred office, exam type, date, time, and doctor preference. For additional questions regarding walk-ins, call us at 844-GO-TAVEL.
Without vision insurance, a standard eye exam starts at $50. Taking into consideration current medical concerns, medications and family health history the cost could be up to $70.
Without vision insurance, a contact fitting is $60. This cost is separate from and in addition to a standard eye exam. A contact fitting includes diagnostic trial lenses, up to 3 follow-up exams if needed, and a trial bottle of contact solution.
Dilation widens the pupil so the doctor can get a more in depth look at the back of the eye to examine the tissue for disease. For some patients, a closer look is necessary to ensure total eye health.
Depending on your prescription, it typically takes about two weeks for eye glasses to be completed and ready for pick-up. One of our eye care professionals will call you when your order is ready.
Vision insurance copays can vary depending on the company and plan. To be certain about the copays associated with your individual benefits, please contact your vision insurance provider.
For optimal eye health, you should have your eyes examined yearly or as often as your vision insurance benefits will allow dependent upon medical conditions. If you have any vision or eye health concerns between visits, please contact your preferred Dr. Tavel location for details on how much your eye exam will cost and schedule at your convenience.
At Dr. Tavel, we welcome valid outside prescriptions. Bring your prescription to any of our locations at your convenience to shop our large selection of designer frames as well as contacts. We match competitor pricing for contact lenses!