We accept most Medical insurance (Primary) and most Vision insurance (Secondary)
At Twenty Twenty Eyecare we treat and manage the health of your eye. Most people have medical insurance and a vision plan. They are very different in terms of the services they cover and it is important for our patients to understand those differences.
Vision coverage Is mainly designed to determine a prescription for glasses and it’s not equipped to deal with complex medical conditions and or diagnoses. It does allow for screenings of conditions, but once they are determined, then medical insurance is filed on those services.
Vision plan benefits may include coverage for:
- Myopia (nearsighted)
- Hyperopia (farsighted)
- Presbiopia (difficulty focusing)
- Computer eye strain
- Contact lenses
When a medical condition is present (such as diabetes, cataracts, dry eye, floaters, etc) it is necessary to file the visit with your medical insurance. Co-pays will apply- insurance carriers set these rules and our office is required to follow them. In most cases, there is no way to know prior to the examination which type of insurance our office will be able to file for you.
Medical plan benefits may include coverage for:
- Sudden loss of vision
- Eye pain
- Lazy eye
- Double vision
- Pink eye
- Eye injury and/or foreign body
- Eye allergies
- Dry eyes
- Ocular migraines
- Diabetic eye exams
- Contact lens complications including ulcers
- Glaucoma and cataract diagnosis, co-management, and referrals
Please present your Medical and vision insurance when scheduling your appointment so that we can maximize your policy benefits.
If you have questions about your plan, please call the number on your card.
In order to defray the cost of eye care, we are happy to accept insurance from a variety of providers. This is part of our mission to provide our patients with the best care possible. Our office is in-network with nearly any provider, contact us for more details.