What to Bring with You
Your current eyewear (glasses or contacts)
Your latest prescription
If you have insurance, please bring your card. Read more about the insurance plans accepted at MyEyelab
We require wearing a Covid-19 safety mask in-store
SAVE TIME: For a faster experience in-store, please fill out your Medical History intake form on MyAccount before your eye exam visit
Getting Your Eye Exam at My Eyelab
The eye exam process includes a thorough evaluation of your visual health. Whether you wear eyeglasses or contacts, we offer eye exams for both.
1. Patient Medical History
You can fill out your patient optical and medical history in-store on our digital tablet or in the comfort of your home by creating your online account. Filling it out at home only takes about 15 minutes and speeds up the process in-store. Click here to log in or create My Account.
2. Pre-Screening Tests
Our technician will guide you through five screening tests to better understand your visual health. The complete eye exam will also look for early signs of serious eye diseases like glaucoma, diabetic retinopathy and cataracts.
Below are the 5 Pre-Screening Tests included in your exam:
After administering the tests, you will be guided to a private and sanitized room to test your prescription with an Acuities & Refraction Exam. This exam is performed virtually through our telehealth technology.
3. Slit Lamp Examination
This assessment is also performed by our technician, as required. It’s goal is to evaluate the health of the front of the eye where cataracts and dry eye syndrome can develop.
4. Final Review & Prescription
An independent licensed optometrist or ophthalmologist (MD) will evaluate your test results in order to create your vision assessment and write your new prescription.