Vision plans usually pay at least a portion of:
- Contact lenses
- Eyeglass lenses
- Eyeglass frames
- Basic preventive care such as vision tests and eye exams
Vision insurance may not pay for medical issues related to eye care. If your optometrist comes across medical problems during your vision exam, he will refer you to a medical eye doctor, for instance, an ophthalmologist. Although medical services for your eyes may not be under coverage, don’t worry, health insurance usually does.
Vision insurance is a way to reduce eye care expenses. Typically, health insurance pays for medically necessary treatment for someone’s eyes, such as glaucoma and cataracts, but it does not pay for a routine eye exam and glasses or contacts. Many people will purchase separate vision insurance. We can help you find the right plan.
Call us today at 210-908-6565 for the best vision insurance.