Vision Max Optometry

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$45.90 for an Eye Exam and $160 Toward Complete Pair of Glasses at Vision Max Optometry

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1 ratings1 reviews
Rating of 4 out of 5 stars
May 28, 2022
Good exam, but long wait despite my appointment.
2 ratings2 reviews
Rating of 5 out of 5 stars
May 5, 2022
Staff was super accommodating and friendly. The eye Dr was so sweet and funny. The quickest visit I’ve ever been to. Clean office and clean exam rooms. It was so great! I highly recommend.
1 ratings1 reviews
Rating of 5 out of 5 stars
January 23, 2022
I finally found the eye doctor for the rest of my life!
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Rating of 5 out of 5 stars
December 17, 2021
Loved the experience 👍🏻👍🏻👍🏻👍🏻
2 ratings1 reviews
Rating of 4 out of 5 stars
December 15, 2021
Vision Max Optometry was conveniently located, staff was friendly and helpful, and the Groupon was easy to use. Prices were a higher than expected and the Groupon only provided limited savings. Current glasses, which were not purchased there, were looked at, tightened, and an eyepiece pad replaced at no cost, so that was a plus. Would go there again with regular insurance.
1 ratings1 reviews
Rating of 5 out of 5 stars
September 19, 2021
Worth the drive and every penny!! I am going to them for my own prescription soon!
4 ratings1 reviews
Rating of 2 out of 5 stars
September 9, 2021
I purchased 3 Groupons. 1 for myself and 2 kids. I will say that the doctor and the front desk operator were very nice. Extremely friendly. That is why I am giving them 2 stars instead of 1. I am only giving them 2 stars because the Groupon states that you get $160 toward the exam frame and lenses. THAT IS NOT TRUE!!!!! I knew that I was getting an unbelievable deal. But that is why I purchase from Groupon . I have never had to pay anything extra out of pocket using Groupon. But I fully expected to pay a little more if I didn't get the cheapest frames. So I asked the assistant will it be much more than the Groupon and she said no. She [the Dr.] works with you. (Clue#1) The eye exams went well. The Doctor is thorough . I told her I wanted no line bifocals. I'm only getting reading glasses. I asked if that would be much more. She said we'll talk. (Clue#2) We go to look at frames. There are no prices on many of the frames. (Clue #3) We chose frames. I sat down for the calculations. The assistant asked me how much I paid for the Groupon. (Clue#4) I asked are there different prices on the Groupons? She said no, whatever you paid for the Groupon will apply it to the total. (Cue#5) That's not how Groupon works. So I told her what I paid and she said she woud deduct that from my full amount. When she was done calculating she went and asked the doctor about the pricing for us. (Clue #5) And she gave me some sort of additional discount. So she comes back and tells me my total is $525 for the 3 pair of glasses!!!! I was stunned. I asked her why and she could not explain it. So she went to ask the doctor and didn't come back with a good explanation. She stated that this was a good dea for what I was getting. Stating that 2 pair were designer frames. One pair was Champion! Not Rayban. Champion is in no way shape or form designer. The other was Nicole Miller. My glasses alone were $189 (FOR A PAIR OF READING GLASSES!!!!) You can get in the Nicole Miller reading glasses in a pack 3 for $10 at Marshalls or TJ Maxx. Heck, you can get 2 pair of complete glasses with eye exam at America's Best for $89!!!!! I understand if the Groupon may cause them to lose money. I understand business. However, you need to sell your Groupon for a higher price and not say that you'll get $160 toward exam frame and lenses. That's called the old bait and switch.. it is unethical. The more I think about it the more ticked off I get. Frankly you can go anywhere and pay $189 for eye exam frame and lenses. You don't need to buy a Groupon to pay that much for a pair of reading glasses or any basic glasses for that matter. I asked for my prescription and left. I did not feel that this business deserved any more of my money because of their unethical practices. It's a shame because they could really do well by just telling the truth.
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Rating of 2 out of 5 stars
July 28, 2021
Great customer service but frames are over priced. Still had to pay out of pocket $119. Groupon voucher did not cover much of the lens and frame.
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  • $45.90 for eye exam and $160 toward complete pair of glasses

Nearsightedness and Farsightedness: Squished Spheres

If you spend a lot of time squinting, it’s likely that you have myopia or hyperopia. Read on to see what’s going on inside nearsighted and farsighted eyes.

As light enters a perfectly round eyeball it passes through a lens called the cornea and gets focused on an area in the back of the eye called the retina, much like a movie projector’s beam hitting a guy standing up in the front row. The retina converts this light into visual information with photosensitive cells called rods and cones—which dispatch the resulting data to the brain, producing a crystal-clear image. But, for a majority of people there’s one hitch: approximately 65% of adults possess misshapen eyeballs that skew the way light hits the retina, resulting in vision problems.

In the case of nearsightedness, or myopia, the eye takes on an oblong shape, causing incoming light rays to meet—and thus focus—at a point just shy of the retina. By the time the rays have actually reached the retina, they’ve begun to diverge again. The farther away the object reflecting light is from the eye, the more pronounced this effect will be, resulting in blurry vision at a distance. In farsighted eyes, it’s just the opposite: the light isn’t focused yet when it reaches the retina (consider a movie projector positioned too close to the screen), although the blurring this produces is less noticeable at greater distances.

These very common conditions have filled medical logs for 2,000 years, before which time everything was bigger so it didn’t matter as much. It wasn’t until the advent of corrective lenses in the 16th century, however, that anyone was able to do anything about it. For nearsighted eyes, convex lenses filter light through a surface that’s thinner at the center than at the edges, giving light rays an extra boost so they can converge on the retina for a clear, clean image. Lenses for the farsighted are thicker at the center, bending the light so that it, too, lands right where it should.

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