Frequently Asked Questions
Elite Vision Center accepts a wide variety of vision insurance from many companies, adding one more way for you to save money on your eye health. 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.
Cash, checks, all major credit cards, debit cards and care credit.
We have been in business for over 15 years in same location (Pembroke Pines).
Adult examinations of the eyes should be performed on a regular basis for early detection of problems. Your eye doctor will inform you of how frequently would be the most appropriate for you.
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.
There is no predetermined schedule for changing glasses or contacts. It is necessary to change your prescription only when it no longer provide adequate correction.
Many serious eye diseases often have little or no symptoms until they are well developed. The only way to diagnose a problem early in such a case is to schedule periodic eye exams. This is the best way to preserve the clearest vision possible for life.
No. Poor lighting won't hurt your eyes when you read or watch television. However, a good source of light will lessen the strain on your eyes.
There is no scientific evidence that computer screens emit hazardous radiation. But you can suffer eye strain or fatigue from extended computer use, poor lighting or a variety of other related factors.