Vision Insurance

If you’ve ever had to pay a visit to an optometrist or an ophthalmologist, you know vision-related services are not cheap. You have to pay for the visit itself, which usually occurs on a semi-annual to annual basis, in addition to glasses and/or corrective lenses, if you require them. A few months’ supply of contacts can cost hundreds of dollars, as can one pair of glasses. To add insult to injury, many health insurance plans do not cover vision-related services. Without vision insurance, you would have to pay for all of these expenses out of pocket. If you would like to supplement your health insurance policy with vision insurance coverage, our insurance partners can offer you quotes. For additional information on vision insurance and its many benefits, read through the posts that follow.

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Who Needs Vision Insurance?

Many eye conditions such as glaucoma, are treatable if caught early, but have very few symptoms in the early stage of the disease, so are rarely caught in a timely enough manner to prevent blindness. The regular checkups afforded by a vision insurance plan go a long way to preventing these diseases.

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