An IRB-approved side-by-side clinical trial was completed in June 2015, such that the Opternative eye exam was compared to the traditional refractive exam performed by an optometrist or ophthalmologist using a phoropter. Below is a summary of the study that shows both refractive eye exams to be statistically equivalent.

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Want to learn more? See our Clinical Trial Summary Report

You will get a prescription you love or your money back, guaranteed. If you are not completely satisfied with the glasses or contacts that you purchased with your Opternative prescription, let us know, and we will make it right or issue a full refund of your Opternative prescription services. Patients come first, it’s that simple.

I chose Opternative because my schedule is so busy and this allowed me to take an eye exam from home on my own time. No appointments, just log on and start your exam. Incredibly convenient for anyone's schedule!”

Luke T. Pittsburgh, PA

I easily saved hours over going to an optometrist’s office in person. Opternative is at the forefront of the next big movement in technology!”

Daniel R. Evanston, Illinois

I loved being able to take my annual contact lens eye exam from the comfort of my living room; it completely eliminated the hassle of making an appointment, traveling to the eye doctor and then waiting to be seen. The Opternative website and the exam were really easy to use, and the results were spot on.”

Joanna V. Chicago, Illinois

Opternative eye exams are quick and convenient -- a perfect experience for those who don’t have time to make a visit to the eye doctor’s office. I will definitely recommend Opternative to my friends and family.”

Alison R. Salem, Virginia

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