Frequently Asked Questions

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1. Can I return a pair of prescription glasses?

Yes, you can return prescription glasses if you find that they are not working or you do not like wearing them. We have a 90-day glasses return policy so that you're not stuck with a pair of glasses that you can't wear.

2. How do I know if you take my insurance?

The easiest way to know whether or not we accept your insurance is to ask us. If you're thinking about making an appointment with the top ophthalmologist Bradenton, FL has to offer, call the Adler Eye Institute office with your insurance information and we can tell you if we can take it.

3. How often should I see an eye doctor?

The answer to this question depends heavily on your eye health history and age. If you are under 65, you should see an eye doctor in Bradenton every three to five years. People over 65 should visit the eye doctor every year, as the health of your eyes tends to change more quickly the older you are. Contact lens wearers should also see their eye doctor every year to ensure they don't need any changes to their prescription.

4. How do I know if I'm a good candidate for LASIK?

LASIK can be a life-changing surgery for many people, but it is not right for everyone. As there are many factors that influence whether or not you are a good candidate for the procedure, you should get a complete evaluation by a LASIK surgeon. If you are a good fit, we can proceed with the next steps of the LASIK eye surgery Bradenton, FL residents rely on.

5. Should I get glasses or contacts?

This decision often comes down to the personal preferences and eye health history of the wearer. If you are wearing correction for your vision now and are interested in contacts, you will need to be evaluated, fitted, and trained to wear contacts. Contact the Adler Eye Institute today to schedule an appointment and begin your journey to wearing contacts!