Thank you for entrusting Eyes on 3rd with your eye care needs. Here you’ll find common patient resources to help make your experience with us as easy as possible.
Welcome, New Patients
As a new patient, you matter at Eyes on 3rd. We simply couldn’t exist without our Plantation, Florida community! Whether it’s your first visit to an eye doctor or you’ve been receiving vision care for years, you’re now part of our family. That means you’ll get proactive, personalized eye care from our compassionate team. As you begin your journey with us, take a moment to review the new patient paperwork and access the patient portal below.
Schedule Your Appointment
If you’re coming in for an annual exam or are experiencing an unexpected eye issue, we’re here to help. We’ll find a convenient appointment time that fits your schedule. Click on the button below to get started.
Our Insurance Providers
Insurance shouldn’t get in the way of your eye health. At Eyes on 3rd, our goal is to provide optometric care independent of insurance constraints. We’re here to help you navigate the often-complicated world of vision insurance and are happy to answer your questions. If you’re unsure about your benefits, just give us a call. We also make it a priority to work with a wide variety of insurance providers, including:
Eyes on 3rd has also partnered with Anagram to accept more insurance options. We are now an open access provider for eyemed and Davis!
You may have questions before meeting with your eye doctor. As a comprehensive eye care clinic, we understand. With our extensive experience, we’ve received all kinds of questions over the years. We’ve included a few of our most-asked questions here so you can get the answers you need to feel comfortable going into your appointment. Don’t see your question here? Just contact our office, and we’ll be happy to provide an answer.
Do I need to arrive early to my appointment?
What if I need to reschedule my appointment?
As a new patient, what should I bring to my first appointment?
How can I make the most of my appointment?
How often should I see my eye doctor?
Typically, the average adult should visit his or her doctor once every two years. If you’re over 65, currently wear glasses or contacts, or are at risk for eye disease, we recommend you come in for an eye exam at least every year. It’s best to talk with your eye doctor directly to determine what’s right for you.
Your child should start seeing the eye doctor at 6 months old, then again at age 3, and before kindergarten for his or her third appointment. Once your children are in school, they should have regular eye exams every two years through age 18.
Comprehensive Eye Care Services
At Eyes on 3rd, we understand your eyes are uniquely yours. That means we provide a variety of eye care services designed to meet your individual needs, from routine eye exams to eyeglasses, eye disease treatment, and more.