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 Frequently Asked Questions

  • How long are eyeglass prescriptions good for?

    Eyeglass prescriptions are good for 2 years.
  • Does Cascade Eye Care accept state Medicaid?

    YES, we are able to see children and adults. Currently, children up to 21 years of age can be seen every year and adults every 2 years.
  • Can I get my eye glasses at Cascade Eye Care?

    YES, being a full service eye clinic, we give you the exam, write the prescription, and take care of your eye glass needs.
  • Do I have to have my eyes dilated to have an eye exam?

    NO, with cascade eye care we have new technology that allows us to take a picture of your eye without dilation.
  • How do I make an appointment?

    Call us directly or request an appointment on our website.
  • Are eye exams painful?

    No, our process is completely pain free and one our associates will walk you through the entire process.
  • Which eyeglasses are right for me?

    There can be many different types of eyeglasses. Depending on your prescription requirement, type of work you do, and many more factors, one of our trained optometry staff will select the right eye glasses and lense type for you.
  • How long are contact prescriptions good for?

    Because contacts are an actual medical device that goes in your eye versus eyeglasses that sit on the bridge of your nose, the actual prescription length will vary. Prescription length of time varies at Doctor discretion.

 

 

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