We can help you determine the difference between Medical and Vision Insurance.
Covers routine eye exams and the cost of your prescription. Your vision insurance may provide discounts or allowances towards eyeglass frames, lenses, or contacts.
Routine eye exams can care for astigmatism, nearsightedness, or farsightedness. As part of this exam, your doctor also checks for many conditions and diseases, including:
- Dry Eyes
- Retinal Holes or Tears
- Diabetic or Hypertensive Eye Diseases
If your routine eye exam exposes a medical condition or disease related to your eye, then your medical insurance can be used.
Your medical insurance covers a range of eye-related medical problems, including:
- Itchy, dry eyes
- Eye pain
- Complications from diabetes or high blood pressure
Your vision insurance does not need to be used to cover a medical condition.
Helps make surgery affordable for almost everyone.
Become familiar with the possible deductibles and co-pays associated with your type of plan. If you aren’t sure of what your insurance covers, please give Abrams EyeCare a call at 877-846-4223 and press 5 for our business office or click here. We are happy to help you get access to the eye care you deserve!