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EyeMed Individual Vision Insurance

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What Is Individual Vision Insurance?

Vision insurance works differently from traditional health insurance plans where you have copays and out of pocket deductibles. After you pay your monthly premium, vision care insurance provides a discounted rate plan that gives you access to eye doctors for vision exams, glasses and contact lenses.

Think long term. The affordable way to take care of your eyes and detect any conditions that would affect your sight is to buy affordable eye insurance.

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Individual EyeMed Vision Insurance

With the largest national network of independent American Board of Ophthalmology (ABO) certified Optometrists, EyeMed vision insurance is smart to have. Here’s the coverage you receive annually:

  • Eye Exams – $10
  • Prescription Glasses – $25, with a $130 allowance on frames
  • Lenses – Single vision, lined bifocal and trifocals are included.
  • Premium enhancements, anti-glare and progressive bifocals – see plan details
  • Contact lenses – $130 allowance for only a $60 payment.

Plans start at only $5/month

* Availability may be different in some States

Individual Vision Insurance Plans And Benefits

Eye Doctors and Corrective Vision

Use your EyeMed Vision benefits at over 60,000+ optometrist offices and retail locations. Get discounts on thousands of frames.

 

Your Online Benefits

Use your benefits to shop at online eyewear stores, like LensCrafters®, Target Optical®, Glasses.com™, ContactsDirect, and Ray-Ban®. You’ll need a valid prescription, though.

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LASIK Benefits

To locate laser vision correction providers, please call 1-877-5LASER6 or visit www.eyemedlasik.com.

 

Best Vision Plans For 2021

Availability By State – Affordable Vision and Optical Insurance

EyeMed Individual Vision Insurance provides affordable vision insurance in Alabama, Alaska, Arizona, Arkansas, California, Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Hawaii, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maine, Maryland, Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, Nebraska, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Vermont, Washington, West Virginia, Wisconsin and Wyoming,

Why Is Eye Insurance Important?

A study from the National Eye Health Education Program says 70% of respondents considered loss of eye-sight would have the greatest impact on their daily lives. Almost 11% of respondents did not know there were early warning signs for glaucoma.(1) This puts in perspective how much vision insurance can be a value of eye care for Americans.

Having Individual Vision Insurance Keeps You Safe

Of course there is a reason your vision is checked when you go to the DMV to renew your driver’s license. If you have vision problems, you are legally required to wear corrective lenses while driving. It’s important.

According to the National Highway Transportation Safety Administration (NHTSA) over 36,000 people died in an automobile accident in 2019.(2Whereas this number has been trending down (2% from 2018) with advances in car safety, many accidents can be avoided by paying attention to the road better. If you have vision problems, that can be difficult.

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