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Eye Exams

Regular eye exams help to preserve, and enhance one of your most important gifts: your vision.
We’d love to see you for your next eye exam.

Protect and Improve Your Vision in About 30-Minutes

A comperhensive eye exam needs to be on your ToDo list, every year. It gives your eye doctor a chance to assess your vision, update your prescription for glasses or contacts, and monitor any changes in your vision. Some eye and vision problems don’t have obvious symptoms, and regular, annual eye exams can help to detect and treat vision problems as early as possible

Meet Our Eye Doctors

Thad Davis, OD

Optometrist & Family Eye Doctor

The family eye doctor who came to Idaho for undergrad, went to optometry school in Arizona and then couldn’t resist the pull of the Palouse.

Marisa Brown, OD

Optometrist & Family Eye Doctor

The family eye doctor who started out in Washington, went to school in Oregon and Illinois, spent some time in Boise, then picked the Palouse to settle down.

Heidi Eiseman, MD

Ophthalmologist & Eye Surgeon

The talented eye surgeon who decided it was past-time she worked alongside her friend and medical-school classmate.

Alyssa Hoehn, MD

Ophthalmologist & Eye Surgeon

The Moscow native who decided that when it comes to settling down and opening an ophthalmology practice, there really is no place like home.

Your Insurance: Accepted

At Moscow Family Eye Care, we’re happy to accept vision, and medical insurance from most of the providers in our region.  Here’s a list of the policies and providers we commonly accept, and we’ll be happy to confirm your insurance plan and benefits when you make your appointment. 

Medical vs. Vision Exams

Insurance companies treat different types of eye exams, differently. They set specific rules for what’s covered in each type of exam.  At Moscow Family Eye Care, we perform both vision exams, and medical eye exams, depending on your needs.

Vision Exams

Vision exams are usually conducted to update your prescription and screen for eye diseases. A vision exam would produce a diagnosis like nearsightedness, farsightedness or astigmatism.

A vision exam includes a refraction, the part of the exam where your doctor updates your prescription for glasses or contacts. Your doctor may, or may not dilate your eyes during a routine vision exam.

Vision exams are typically covered under vision insurance plans, but not under standard medical insurance.

Medical Eye Exams

Medical eye exams are conducted to evaluate, diagnose, treat and manage medical eye disease. A medical eye exam would produce a diagnosis like dry eye, conjunctivitis, cataracts or glaucoma.

Your provider will nearly always dilate your eyes during a medical eye exam.

Standard medical insurance plans will typically cover medical eye exams, but will not cover a refraction performed during a medical eye exam.

Schedule Your Eye Exam

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