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Individual Vision Insurance

Female Doctor Examines an Adult Male's Vision

Vision insurance provides coverage for services relating to the care and treatment of the eyes. It typically covers services delivered by an optometrist or ophthalmologist. Depending on the specific plan, some or all of the following services may be covered:

  • Yearly eye exams - glasses (with an annual limit).
  • Contact lenses and fitting (with an annual limit).
  • Glaucoma screening.

Some vision insurance plans may provide more extensive coverage (such as certain eye surgeries), while others may limit coverage to "reasonable and customary" charges incurred during routine eye exams. Reasonable and customary charges generally do not include the cost of glasses and contact lenses.

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