The fees for our comprehensive exams include basic diagnostics that are considered standard to assess the overall health of the eye. These diagnostics include a Schirmer Tear Test (usually for dogs only, to measure tear production), a Tonometry (to check eye pressure) and a Fluorescein stain test (to test for ulcers, corneal health and tear quality). Of course, depending on the severity of condition and situation, all diagnostics may not be performed.
Initial Comprehensive Exam and Consultation: $290.00
Follow Up Comprehensive Exam : $160.00
Follow Up Comprehensive Exam (Greater than 18 months): $210.00
Single Ophthalmic Diagnostic Exam (aka Spot Check): $75.00
Telemedicine Follow-Up Appointment (15-minute Telephone Follow Up Consult w/ Dr. Park-Dorner): $106
General Preventative Ocular Wellness Exam: $70.00
A limited preventative eye exam for pets without current eye problems. The goal of these exams is to educate pet parents on preventative ocular care and how to detect eye problems early. This is not comprehensive ocular exam.
Initial Exam for Exotics: $200.00
Pet parents must be comfortable holding and restraining their pet. Our doctor’s will consult with your general exotics veterinarian to formulate a medical plan for your pet based on our ocular exam, as we are not exotics specialists.
Exams for Rescue Organizations (501 c3)
If a pet is under the care and responsibility of a 501c3 non-profit organization please let us know in advance. With proper documentation, we are pleased to offer discounts on the exam and surgical fees as our way to give back and help these animals.
Feel free to Schedule An Appointment today. Once you have made your appointment, please send us your completed Registration Forms and be sure to bring any oral and topical meds you have for your pet along with an E-collar (i.e. Elizabethan Collar, ‘Lamp Shade’, ‘Cone of Shame’, etc.) if you already own one.
We look forward to helping you and your pet very soon!