Frequently Asked Questions

No, there are no additional fees for this service.  Our prices have not been raised or adjusted – this is a service we provide at no cost to you!

You are not charged for a professional visit. Just think of it as walking into a store.  You’re only charged for the eyeglasses you purchase.

Dunn Rite Optical will give some discount vision offer for eyeglass purchases (i.e. % off frames and lenses)even if you don’t have any insurance.  Dunn Rite Optical does not currently accept insurance as payment, but you may be able to get reimbursed for your Dunn Rite Optical purchase by your vision insurance company (see insurance list) For your information: Dunn Rite Optical cannot guarantees reimbursement for you. Best to confirm coverage in advance with your insurance company directly. Friendly Reminder that your eye doctor accepts Medicare and Medicaid for eye examinations only.

Very simple: just call your doctor and request a copy of your prescription. If not yet, you can call appointment with Dunn Rite Optical and pick out a new frame, let it hold until your rx is available.

Yes, Dunn Rite Optical can help with eyeglass repairs or adjustments.

You can call our office at 904-290-5116 or request for setting up an appointment ( see “ schedule an appointment ” )

Absolutely!  In fact, compared to a traditional optical store, our glasses are usually less expensive because our overhead is lower.  We offer competitive pricing and excellent quality.

Yes, we can process your health spending account credit card or offer a detailed receipt to submit for reimbursement.

We accept Visa, MasterCard, Discover, Checks, Cash and Flex Spending Cards.

Although Dunn Rite Optical does not give refunds, Dunn Rite Optical will be happy to credit your frame purchase price toward a different pair within 30 days of purchase.

Yes, make sure that your favorite frame is in a good condition, since we have an advanced equipment that can trace your frame shape exactly, and mounted perfectly.

Yes, make sure that if it’s a metal frame: it must have screws that hold the lens… if it’s plastic frame: it must have a bevel groove inside the frame.