FAQs

Clarity Vision Eye Care Frequently Asked Questions

We know that you have a lot of questions to ask when considering a new health provider or eye care center. Here are a few of our FAQs, or frequently asked questions, to help answer some of your inquiries about Clarity Vision in North Carolina.

How often should you get an eye exam?

    For adults, it is recommended that you get an eye exam every year.

When should I have my child’s eyes examined?

    The American Optometric Association (AOA) recommends your newborn have their first comprehensive eye exam at six months. They also advise that children have an eye exam at the age of three, as well as before they start kindergarten. Once in school, the AOA recommends an eye exam every two years, or more if they need prescription eyeglasses or contacts.

Do you accept my insurance?

    Check our Insurance page to see if we accept your health insurance carrier.

What do you do during an eye exam and how long does it take?

    At a Clarity Vision eye exam, our optometrists will check your eye health, including your risk of common eye problems and more serious health issues like high blood pressure, diabetes and cancer. We will also use our technology to see if your glasses or contact lens prescription has changed. Eye exams usually take about one hour, depending on your specific vision needs.

If I break my eyeglasses or sunglasses, can you fix them?

    Clarity Vision can not only provide you with many types of eyeglasses, sunglasses and lenses to consider for your next pair of eyewear, but we can also repair them if they break. Our opticians can fix any pair of Clarity Vision glasses or frames, and we’ll fit them to your face to make sure they look and feel great.