What’s in your vision insurance plan?
How do I find out what my vision insurance plan covers?
If I have double coverage, does that mean I can get two pairs of glasses?
Will my insurance plan cover both contact lenses and glasses?
Will my insurance plan cover a full set of glasses?
What is the difference between my vision plan and my medical plan?
Can I save my benefits and get two pairs of eyewear next year?
I was told that my vision insurance plan covers a full pair of glasses. Why do I still have to pay extra?
Most vision plans will cover a basic pair of glasses or a certain monetary amount towards contact lenses. Any over and above this amount may cost the customer more money. Some insurance companies are not specific about their coverage and will only give “estimates”. It may sound confusing at first, but you can plan to use your vision insurance to your maximum benefit by fully understanding what is specifically covered and by discussing options with your eyecare professional to see how best to apply your vision coverage to your eyecare expenses.
Do you accept my Insurance, and will you bill them for me?
Yes, we will gladly bill your insurance company provided we are contracted with them. Here are some of our most common billed insurance companies:
- Vision Service Plan (VSP)
- Regence BlueCross of Oregon
- Providence Health Care
- Pacific Source
- United Healthcare