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Vision Insurance

Vision insurance is the type of insurance designed to be used. If you wear glasses or contact lenses it can save you significant money over time. Besides offering deep discounts on services and hardware, it can also help detect signs of health conditions like high blood pressure, diabetes, and high cholesterol along with other eye and health issues.

Getting regular eye exams is important. The American Optometric Association recommends that children get eye exams at age 6 months, age 3 years, before first grade, and every 2 years after. Adults should get a comprehensive exam every 2 years until age 60. After 60, exams should be done every year. 

Vision plans often pay at least a portion of:

  • Basic preventive care such as eye exams and vision tests.

  • Eyeglass lenses.

  • Contact lenses.

  • Eyeglass frames.

  • Lens protection for glasses, such as scratch-resistant coating.

Many vision insurance plans have additional options for coverage, such as:

  • Daily disposable contact lens coverage.

  • Discounts on corrective eye surgery such as Lasik.

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