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Vision Insurance

Regular eye exams are crucial to maintaining healthy vision and can often detect major medical problems in the early stages of development, such as diabetes and high blood pressure.

According to the Vision Council of America, at least 63 percent of American adults wear glasses or contacts, and 59 percent of workers need vision correction. The American Optometric Association recommends that adults age 19 to 40 with normal vision receive eye exams every two to three years, adults 41 to 60 receive eye exams every two years and adults 61 and older receive annual eye exams. People with vision problems, including those who wear prescriptions, should visit their eye care professional at least annually.

One in four school-aged children may have eye health issues, according to the American Academy of Ophthalmology. Vision impairment has been linked to poor academic performance at school. The American Optometric Association recommends that infants receive their first eye exam before six months of age, at age three, and again before the child begins first grade. Regular eye exams should be conducted every other year thereafter.

What is Vision Insurance?

A vision insurance plan differs from regular health insurance because it is a wellness benefit that helps defray costs of eye exams, eyewear, and other vision services.

If you're not being provided with a vision insurance plan by your employer, we’ll tell you how to get vision benefits as an individual. And if you're looking to choose a plan for a small business, we’ll help you to assess your needs and compare options.

We approach vision insurance knowing that there's a quality vision plan to fit every customer's needs and that it's our job to tailor a vision insurance plan that’s right for you.

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