Which insurance do I use? Vision or Medical?

Your vision insurance will typically cover a routine exam once per year, and part or all of your purchase of glasses or contact lenses. Focusing issues of the eye including nearsightedness (myopia), farsightedness (hyperopia), astigmatism, etc. are considered routine and are covered by vision insurance, but not by medical insurance. 

If your visit is to take care of a physical problem like a blocked tear duct, droopy eyelid, lazy eye, crossed or wandering eye, amblyopia, glaucoma, cataract, headache, etc., your visit will be medical and not covered by your vision insur

Learn more about the difference here.

WE ACCEPT MOST MEDICAL INSURANCES AND MANY VISION PLANS, INCLUDING THOSE BELOW.

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DON'T WORRY IF YOU DON'T SEE YOUR PLAN HERE! CALL US AND WE'LL VERIFY YOUR COVERAGE.

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