If you wear contact lenses or glasses, or think you may need contact lenses or glasses, vision insurance is an affordable way to get your eyes checked and to obtain corrective lenses. Without vision coverage lenses and exams can get very costly.
What is Vision Insurance?
Vision insurance is a supplemental insurance to a Medicare or health insurance policy. Vision insurance provides low to no co-pays for routine eye exams as well as coverage for corrective lenses including contacts or glasses, frames, lenses, bifocals, trifocals etc. Most people with vision insurance save between $200 and $400 a year depending on plan usage.
How much does Vision Insurance Cost?
Vision insurance can range between $7-$20 a month depending on levels of coverage. One easy to way to save money on vision insurance is to add vision to a dental insurance policy. Many vision plans have no deductibles and a simplified enrollment.
Does my Vision Insurance have a Waiting Period?
You can use your benefits right away!. Vision insurance has no waiting periods. Also, You can’t be denied coverage for a pre-existing condition. These key components make vision coverage very popular. It’s easy to use your plan, immediately!
Want to learn more about obtaining Vision Coverage? Begin with a quote.