Unless you work or live within walking distance, you will pay highly for their trial and error attempts to ""fit the perfect prescription"" for you. This doctor could not seem to figure out what the right prescription was for my contact lenses. He sent me home with a couple of trial pairs, different prescriptions, and said that I needed to wear them for at least 4 hours before he could test whether they would be a good fit; and to bring the set that I liked the best back another day. Neither set was good!...it was tough seeing while driving at night with the blurry double vision, let alone read! Again I had to pay for parking and take another few hours off from work for more testing and more trial lenses. For my third visit, he suggested that I go somewhere for about an hour wearing yet another set of lenses to not have to go back another day. One lens seemed ideal, but not the other, so the doc became convinced that he had it right this time. Another lens was ordered and I had to wait until it came in to visit their office again...now almost 2 months have gone by. My eyes are not that difficult. I've worn lenses for almost 30 years. The staff is nice, but seems stressed and apologetic. I ended up going to another eye doctor per a friend's recommendation, who got it right the first time! I had to pay for that visit and those contacts as well! But at least I was able to see without the stress of blurry vision, and the thought of having to back to this doctor again and again and again! My time is money!! Their office visit fee are also ""way over the top"" when compared to other eye doctors.
Cons: Meticulous to a fault: you pay to be their guinea pig