What are your office hours?
Lor-Ron office hours vary by location, but general office hours are daily 9-5, with some evening and Saturday hour depending on location. Feel free to contact your nearest Lor-Ron office for detailed hours of availability.
Do you carry the Eye Vitamins we hear so much about?
Yes, we carry Focus brand eye vitamins.
Do you have Doctors at Lor-Ron?
All of the practitioners and staff that offer eyecare services at each of our locations are providers at Eye Consultant’s of Pennsylvania.
How long does it take to get glasses made?
The length of time can vary based on the type of eyewear and level of customization. In most cases eyewear is produced within a week to 10 business days.
Do you repair glasses?
Lor-Ron does offer repair services on glasses. The glasses must first be evaluated to determine if a quality repair is possible, based on condition and material type. Lor-Ron cannot solder glasses.
Does Lor-Ron sell eye patches?
Yes, Lor-Ron sells eye patches mostly for children.
Do you have your own laboratory on-site?
Lor-Ron does have laboratory services available in the Wyomissing office. In addition, we maintain relationships with a core group of Insurance provider laboratories, as well as a network of high quality product manufacturing facilities.
Do you have a payment plan for glasses?
There are no payment plans available.
Must glasses be paid for before I pick them up?
Yes, all outstanding balances must be paid in full before glasses can be picked up.
May I have lenses made for a frame that I have purchased elsewhere?
All frames must be evaluated prior to accepting and manufacturing outside frame orders.
What kinds of insurances do you accept? And how much does it cover?
That is a very broad based question. But we accept many major vision insurance plans, including: Medicare, VSP (vision service plan), VBA (vision benefits of america) as well as third party and commercial programs. Contact us, or your insurance provider directly, to see if we participate with your plan. Insurance coverage is best determined by contacting your vision insurance provider or examining your benefit information. We are not always able to determine the financial extent of your benefits until a patient authorization has been obtained.