Stanton Optical Accepts a Variety of Insurance Carriers
Many companies offer vision and eye care insurance to their employees. Vision plans offer rebates and special offers on select eye services. Retail optical stores, such as Stanton Optical, accept many brands of vision insurance. If you wear contacts or glasses, consider signing up for a vision insurance plan to save money on prescription eyeglasses and contact lenses.
Insurance plans can be purchased to help protect either an individual’s or an entire family’s eye site. This is a type of supplemental insurance coverage that can be purchased in addition to your regular medical insurance. Vision coverage may cover both routine eye exams and discounts on prescription eye wear.
DON’T SEE YOUR INSURANCE LISTED? CALL US AT 877-518-5788 TO CHECK FOR ADDITIONAL ACCEPTED PLANS.
|AARP Vision||First Look Vision – AlwaysCare|
|Advantica||Humana Vision – EyeMed|
|Aetna||Molina of TX|
|BCBS of CA||OptumHealth – Spectera|
|BCBS of GA||Outlook Vision|
|BCBS of NY||Preferred Care Parners – Spectera|
|BCBS of TN||Physician’s Eye Care Network|
|Blue Cross Blue Shield – EyeMed||Solstice|
|Blue View Vision||Spectera|
|Care n Care of TX||Sunshine Health Plan – OptiCare|
|Cigna – EyeMed||The Alliance|
|Cigna – VSP||Tricare|
|Coast to Coast Vision||Unicare|
|Coventry of GA||United Healthcare – Spectera|
|Coventry – EyeMed||Univera Health|
|Empire BCBS Discount||Wellmark – Avesis|
|EyeMed||Wellpoint – EyeMed|
Flexible Spending Accounts
Ask your employer if they offer flexible spending accounts as part of your employee benefits package. Flex accounts allow you to appoint a portion of your pre-tax income into an account you can use to pay for medical expenses not covered by your regular health insurance plan. Flex plan funds are often used to pay for dental and eye care expenses, which are usually not covered under the employee health insurance plan.
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