New patients should arrive 15 minutes early for their appointment. Existing patients should arrive five minutes early.

NEW!!

Now you can enter your "New Patient Information" or update your current patient information online using our new service - Click Here - (Call our office at (731) 686-8642 for a "pass code" to update your current patient information)

You must enter or update your patient information prior to each appointment. This can be done in the privacy of your own home, from any computer with internet access (ie: Library, Public Kiosk, Smart Phone, etc...) or from the work station provided in the waiting area of our office.

Be sure these forms are complete prior to your appointment
(Should you have any problems with or questions about these online forms please contact us via E-Mail, using our contact form or call our office at (731) 686-8642.)

Again: Now you can enter your "New Patient Information" or update your current patient information online using our new service - Click Here - (Call our office at (731) 686-8642 for a "pass code" to update your current patient information)

Having these forms completed when you sign in for your appointment will save you a great deal of time. Accurate and complete information will allow the doctor and our staff to serve you better.

Be sure to complete the list of medications that you are presently taking or bring a type written list (possibly available from your pharmacy) or bring all the bottles when you show up for your appointment.

Be sure to bring all current insurance cards (medical and vision) to your appointment. Verifying coverage with your insurance carrier / administrator prior to your appointment and bringing any information, forms, authorizations, etc... can assist our staff in proper claims handling and prevent you from having any surprises.

  • If you have vision or medical insurance, we will need to make copies of your cards.
  • We will file your vision / medical insurance claim for you; however, we ask that you pay any co-payment and deductible at the time service is rendered. We do accept cash, check, or credit cards.
  • If you do not have vision or medical insurance, payment is expected at the time service is rendered.
  • We will be glad to bill your vision / medical insurance for any procedures you received. If the insurance does not pay, you will be responsible for the bill in full.
  • It is your responsibility to advise us when there are any changes in your address, phone, or insurance information. Failure to advise us of correct insurance information can cause delays and even denials of payment due to timely filing. If denial occurs due to your failure to advise us of correct information, you will be responsible for payment of that date of service.

The American Optometric Association recommends a "dilation" eye exam every 12 months.

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Partnership for Prescription AssistanceThe Partnership for Prescription Assistance brings together America’s pharmaceutical companies, doctors, other health care providers, patient advocacy organizations and community groups to help qualifying patients who lack prescription coverage get the medicines they need through the public or private program that’s right for them. Many will get them free or nearly free. Its mission is to increase awareness of patient assistance programs and boost enrollment of those who are eligible. Through this site, the Partnership for Prescription Assistance offers a single point of access to more than 475 public and private patient assistance programs, including more than 150 programs offered by pharmaceutical companies.

Allergies?Similar to processes that occur with other types of allergic responses, the eye may overreact to a substance perceived as harmful even though it may not be. For example, dust that is harmless to most people can cause excessive production of tears and mucus in eyes of overly sensitive, allergic individuals. Eye allergies are often hereditary.

Allergies can trigger other problems, such as conjunctivitis (pink eye) and asthma. Most of the more than 22 million Americans who suffer from allergies also have allergic conjunctivitis, according to the American Academy of Ophthalmology.

All About VisionMany eye care products and services are available to improve your vision and eye health. However, each is effective only when used properly and in the right circumstances. Please make decisions about your eyes and vision in consultation with an eye care professional who can provide guidance based on their experience and knowledge of your individual needs.

The Consumer Guide to Eyeglasses - AllAboutVision.com  
The Consumer Guide to Contact Lenses - AllAboutVision.com 
The Consumer Guide to LASIK & Refractive Eye Surgery - AllAboutVision.com

Your FamilyKizer Family Optometry, Lewis Kizer, O.D., 2081 S. Main St., Milan, TN 38358

If you are looking for an eye doctor for your family, this is the place. Optometrist in Milan Tennessee since 1980. We are proud of the care that our providers and staff provide to our patients.

To find out more about Lewis Kizer, O.D. and/or our practice, click the links on the menu to the left.

If you do not already have an eye doctor, or if you need more information, you may email Kizer Family Optometry or call (731) 686-8642.

Joomla! is all about allowing you to create a site that matches your vision. The possibilities are limitless; this sample site will just get you started.

There are a few things you should know to get you started.

Every Joomla! Web site has two parts: the Site (which is what your site visitors see) and the Administrator (which is where you will want to do a lot of the site management). You need to log in to the Administrator separately. There is a link to the administrator on the top menu that you will see when you log in.

You can edit articles in the Site by clicking on the edit icon. You can create a new article by clicking on the Create Article link in the top menu.

To do other things, like edit the contact form, edit the modules or change the site name you need to log in to the administrator.

Some quick tips for working in the Administrator

  • To change the site name, background colour and secondary colour, go to the Template Manager and click on My Default Style (Protostar). Look on the Options tab. You can also add a description there.
  • To change the image on all the pages: Go to the Module Manager and click on Image Module.
  • To edit the Side Module: Go to Extensions, Module Manager and click on Side Module.
  • To edit the Contact Form: Go to Components, Contacts. Click on Your Name.

Once you have your basic site you may want to install your own template (that controls the overall design of your site) and then, perhaps additional extensions.

There is a lot of help available for Joomla!. You can visit the Joomla! forums and the Joomla! documentation site to get started.

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