Insurance

certificateWe take accept several different kinds of insurance:

If you don’t see your insurance listed above, please call us at 508-832-EYES (3937) or email us, in case yours is not listed or to find out other options. Also, we will soon be a Care Credit provider. Check back soon or call us for details.

What's the difference between Medical Insurance and Vision Plans?

Both types of insurance are important for healthy eyes and vision. Each help pay for different products and services, and the type you’ll need depend on the reason for your visit.

Your Vision Plan, if you have one, covers routine eye care only and is mainly designed to determine a prescription for glasses or contacts as well as to evaluate the health of your eyes. It does not cover complex medical conditions, diagnoses, and/or treatment plans… that is where medical insurance comes in.

Your medical insurance plan often covers eye exams and eye health, and include testing for issues such as glaucoma or cataracts, or eye injuries. These often require documentation, follow-up care, regular monitoring or sometimes even a referral to a surgeon. Depending on your plan, it may cover vision insurance, or it may only cover parts of routine eye exams.

Of course, if you are not sure what is covered under your plan, please feel free to ask our staff and we’ll be happy to answer any questions we can. We cannot always tell you which plan you’ll need, since a medical eye condition may not be known until after the appointment, but we can steer you as best as we can. Remember to bring in your Health Insurance card, Vision Insurance card (if you have one), a list of your medications, and your copay (if required).

We accept all major credit cards, as well checks and cash. Please call if you’d like to verify your credit card for payment.

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