Where is your practice located?

Some web-based searches list our location in the city of Dalton. However our office is located at 3693 Kidron Road, in the village of Kidron. We are located 3 miles south of U.S. Route 30, approximately halfway between Massillon and Wooster. The office is in the upper level of The Alpine Center.

Do I need an appointment to pick up my glasses?

No. You may pick up your glasses anytime during our regular business hours.

Can you mail my contact lenses to me?

Yes. If it is more convenient for you, we are glad to mail your boxes of contacts to your home. There is a $3.00 postage charge.

Do you accept my insurance?

We are an in-network provider with many, but not all insurance plans. When calling to schedule your appointment, let us know if you have a medical insurance plan or a vision benefit plan. These two types of plans can be different from each other. Our staff is glad to assist you in getting the full benefit of your plan.

Do you treat eye injuries and pink eye?

Yes. Our office is equipped to take care of eye injuries, including foreign material stuck in your eye. Medications are prescribed for the various causes of pink eye.

Do you provide emergency eye care?

Yes. If you have a sudden change in vision, a red or painful eye, it is always best to call the office immediately. Some eye conditions require prompt attention.

Do I need to bring a copy of my previous records?

We will ask you about your prior eye care. Most of the time a written report is not necessary, but if we determine it is needed, we will have you sign a release at the office.

Do you repair eyeglasses?

Yes. In fact, we encourage our patients to bring in their glasses for repairs or adjustments. We stock a large supply of spare parts, and our trained staff using the proper tools can often get the best results when glasses are in need of some extra attention.

Have Additional Questions?

If you have any additional questions concerning the development or care of your eyes, please take some time and visit the links below. Each contains information that will assist you in learning more about the development and general care of your eyes:

American Optometric Association

College of Optometrists in Vision Development (COVD)