Eye Exams & vision testing
Patients of all ages can get an affordable eye exam at Wisconsin Vision in Green Bay. Routine eye exams are important for assessing eye health and keeping your vision prescription up to date.
Eye exams in Green Bay, WI
Our Green Bay location provides comprehensive eye care for children, adults & patients with special needs. New patients are always welcome.
Eye exams focused on your needs
Eye exams at Wisconsin Vision in Green Bay combine state-of-the-art equipment with caring, experienced eye doctors. During your eye exam, we’ll explain the procedures, answer your questions and recommend personalized vision solutions based on the results.
Eye exam services include:
- Visual acuity tests
- Examination of external & internal eye structure
- Glaucoma & cataract screenings
- Treatments for eye infections, injuries, allergies, dry eyes & digital eye strain
- Preventative care for eye health disorders
- Contact lens exams and fittings
General health concerns including high blood pressure, diabetes and side effects from medications can affect the health of your eyes. Regular eye exams protect your vision and prevent complications down the road. When in doubt, get your eyes checked!
Eye exams for school-children in Wisconsin
Wisconsin state law requires all Wisconsin schools to request children have a comprehensive eye exam from an optometrist or ophthalmologist before starting kindergarten. The same law also requires optometrists and doctors to work to reduce or waive the cost of childhood eye exams for parents who might have difficulty paying.
Eye exam insurance coverage
Wisconsin Vision in Green Bay accepts most vision plans including VSP. Your vision insurance covers routine eye exams and may pay for part of your eyeglasses or contact lenses if needed. Flexible spending accounts can be used to pay for eye exams and eyewear.
If you have a medical condition affecting your eye health (such as pink eye, glaucoma or macular degeneration) your medical insurance may also be billed. We’re happy to do an insurance check and explain your benefits.