77. An optometrist must, at the end of a consultation or when ophthalmic products are ordered, provide the patient with a detailed invoice for the optometric services or the products sold.
The invoice must in particular include the following: the optometrist’s name and title, the name, address and telephone number of the organization in which the optometrist practises, the date and, in detail and separately, the price charged and the description of the optometric services rendered and the ophthalmic products sold.
In the event that glass frames or ophthalmic lenses are sold, the invoice must in particular indicate, separately, the price of the frame, the price of the lenses, their commercial brands or their principal characteristics. If fees for fitting or adjusting the glass frames or ophthalmic lenses are charged separately from the price of the glasses or lenses, they must also appear separately on the invoice.
In the event that medication or other ophthalmic products are administered to the patient, the price of the service must appear separately from the price of the product.