Frequently Asked Questions
What do we need for insurance?
We would need the providers First and Last Name, Date of Birth, and their social or the last four numbers.
Which forms of payment you accept?
We accept the usual: cash, check, and all the major credit cards as well as Health Spending Cards.
What's the difference in an Optometrist and an Ophthalmologist?
Dr. Bevil is an optometrist, which is a medical doctor that specializes in the health of the entire eye and surrounding structures, as well as visual information and visual systems. An ophthalmologist, on the other hand, is a medical doctor specializing in surgical procedures for the eye.
Do you have late hours?
Yes! We are open from 10 to 7 Mondays and Tuesdays and from 9 to 6 Wednesday through Friday.
Are you open on weekends?
We do accept Saturday appointments; although, we aren't officially open every Saturday.
Do I have to have my eyes dilated?
Our clinic uses the Optomap to exam the entire scope of the eye. Therefore, you aren't required to get your eyes dilated unless you'd like too.
I have a minor issue with my eye. Should I see Dr. Bevil or my family physician?
Since Dr. Bevil is an optometrist. He specializes in the health of your entire eye, including any minor dysfunctions and diseases you may have. This includes conjunctivitis (pink eye), styes, dry eyes, watery eyes, or anything else that may be causing your discomfort.
What is LASIK?
LASIK surgery uses a laser to shape your cornea so the retina has more focused light directed to it and eliminates the need for glasses and contacts.
You can always contact our office for any further questions.
(972) 596 - 2220