I needed to have my right eye rechecked and was charged a $55 refractory fee. I was told ahead of time it would be up to the doctor whether or not to charge me. I had explained to the assistant ahead of time that I had my eyes checked in December but had since developed central serous retinopathy which was addressed by your retina specialist. I wanted to resolve that before getting new glasses. Since that visit, my right eye's vision seemed to have changed after having ordered prescription sunglasses from Costco. Before getting a new set of regular glasses I wanted my right eye looked at before having them made. I am disappointed that the doctor decided to charge me given the circumstances. I can understand if I had waited 6 months for no reason. However, I developed the retina problem not long after seeing Dr. Brown in December. When I got to check out, I was told I was charged the $55. Not wanting to argue as I had to go back to work, I paid and left. I am not happy about having to pay the fee especially since I had already gone two other times to your practice (Moorestown office) for the retina issue and that the doctor and practice would have understood. I am not sure if I will return in 2 years for my next eye exam. I will, however, compliment the assistant as she did a nice job getting me settled in.