Frequently Asked Questions

    Do you have questions about our treatments, how to get started, insurance and billing procedures, or what to expect during your appointments with the best optometrist in NYC? Rest assured that we’ll be with you every step of the way. Below, you’ll find answers to frequently asked questions. Feel free to reach out if you’d like more information.

    What Types of Eye Care Services Do You Offer?

    At My Eye Physicians, we offer everything from routine eye exams, cataract surgery, glaucoma treatment, dry eye management, and diabetic eye care.

    How Often Should I Have an Eye Exam?

    Adults should get an eye exam every two years to monitor changes and ensure good eye health. Children ought to have their initial eye test at six months, then again at three years, and then once a year when they begin school.

    Do You Accept Insurance?

    Yes, we accept most major insurance plans. Please contact our office to confirm if your specific plan is accepted.

    What Should I Bring to My Appointment?

    Please bring your current glasses or contact lenses and, if you use them, case and solution. You should also take a list of any medications you are taking, and your insurance card. If you are a new patient, please bring any relevant medical records.

    Can Children Also Receive Eye Care Services at Your Clinic?

    Yes, we provide comprehensive pediatric eye care, which includes eye exams, vision tests, and treatment for a variety of children’s eye conditions. Everyone on our team has many years of experience working with children and is dedicated to guaranteeing their comfort.

    How Can I Schedule an Appointment?

    You can schedule an appointment by calling our office during business hours or by using the online appointment request form on our website.

    Can You Help with Contact Lens Fittings?

    Absolutely! Our experienced optometrists can help fit you with the right type of contact lenses for your eyes. We offer fittings for standard lenses, as well as specialty lenses for those with astigmatism, dry eyes, or other specific needs.

    Can You Provide Eyewear Prescriptions?

    Yes, after a comprehensive eye exam, we can provide prescriptions for glasses and contact lenses tailored to your specific needs.

    What Is an Eye Emergency, and What Should I Do?

    An eye emergency occurs any time you have a foreign object or chemicals in your eye or when an injury or burn affects your eye area. If you experience sudden vision loss or severe eye pain, seek immediate medical attention by calling our office or going to the nearest emergency room.

    Page Updated on Jul 8, 2024 by Dr. William Hogue, OD (Optometrist) of Eye Physicians
    William Hogue, OD

    My name is Dr. William Hogue, and I am an optometrist dedicated to providing top-quality professional eye care. I'm trained in treating various ocular conditions, including dry eye syndrome, glaucoma, and retinal issues.

    I earned my chemistry degree summa cum laude from the University of Tennessee. Subsequently, I obtained my Doctorate of Optometry (OD) and Master of Science (MS) from the New England College of Optometry. Following graduation, I completed an ocular disease residency at the State University of New York’s College of Optometry. Beyond my clinical work, I have also been a supporter of Volunteer Optometric Services to Humanity (SVOSH).

    More about Dr. Hogue

    Eye Physicians
    110 Lafayette St, Suite 503
    New York, NY 10013
    (212) 292-4814

    Why Choose Eye Physicians?

    Entrust the care of your precious eyesight to highly skilled and experienced eye care professionals. For top-notch ophthalmologists and optometrists in Downtown Manhattan, choose Eye Physicians. Eye Physicians ensures prompt care, precise diagnosis, and personalized treatment plans.

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