I needed an eye exam quickly because I just failed the vision part of my work. I called around and Dr. Presley's was near where I worked and they took walk ins. They were a little busy but by the time I filled out the paper work the people ahead of me got through. The staff worked fast but they were still friendly. I decided to try contacts (why not if my work was paying for it). They patiently taught me how to put it in, take it out and take care of it. They wanted me to try it for a week just to make sure they worked. I understood and I wasn't too irritated by having to come back. I got the supply that day and I like them. My wife likes that I don't have glasses anymore either. I submitted by bill to my work and I was a little concerned that they wouldn't pay the whole thing since it was so much. But the girl said it was one of the cheapest for the exam and year supply ($208).
Anyone who returns to the same business year after year -- for more than 30 years in my case -- the benefits offered have to be strong and consistent. What I've always received has been informed guidance, a wide array of frames and other products, great service and fair prices. Eyewear is a major piece of my daily appearance and I want to get the best effect for my investment. Philip is my dependable guide to all things optical, from frames to the ever-evolving world of lenses. Skilled and honest, Phillip Furnace OptIcal doesn't waste my money or my time.
Saw Dr. Sam Presley, he's really nice. He told me about the medical missions trip their doing in about 2 months to Colombia. At the end of the exam, I donated my old glasses. The staff was also great! They were thorough. I never would have thought to use medical insurance for an eye exam. But they asked if I had medical insurance and they checked to make sure it would cover. I ended up paying $45 with the insurance. They go over and beyond what's expected with their customer service and testing.