I have been a patient here for 29 years--one of Dr. McIntosh's first patients. I have never been overcharged or "made" to buy anything I didn't want. If you wear contacts there are TWO exams. Your regular refraction and contact lens! Most people do not understand that. Even if you only wear CONTACTS you have to have the regular eye exam. Contact fittings are separate from glasses. Also, once you have an eye exam you are given a prescription that is regulated by the FDA and Federal trade, just like prescription medication. The eye prescription is good for ONE year. Places that sell them without a prescription are breaking the law. It costs more money to wear contact lenses than it does to wear glasses. So if you wear both, expect to pay more anywhere you shop. And you CAN get your prescription from this office and go somewhere else if you want to. I have done it for many years. I have also ordered my contacts from other places that may be cheaper but sometimes it depends on what's convenient for me at the time, I may get them from here. Health care is expensive anywhere. So is eye care. Your first time contact fee may apply if you are a new patient because they cannot "go by" your old script from another doctor. If you wear contacts on a daily basis then your eye health is even more important because you are wearing something touching your eye unlike glasses. As a rule of thumb, always ask the questions when you call to make the appointment. Get the name of who you spoke with and take that information with you to the appointment and reconfirm it before you are seen. No surprises that way. Just a suggestion.
2573 Stantonsburg RdGreenville, NC 27834
From Business: Eastern Carolina Eye Center PA is a comprehensive medical and surgical care office of the eye. We are located in Greenville, North Carolina and serve all of eastern…
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