Did you know that your medical insurance can pay for your eye exam even if you don't have vision coverage?
It's true! If you have a medical insurance with no vision coverage, and you have a medical complaint (for example: dry eyes, burning eyes, floaters in your vision or a history of a medical eye problem to name a few), your medical insurance can pay for your exam. You only pay your co-pay and a small fee for the refraction (You know, the test: which is better 1 or 2?).
Of course, your policy's deductibles, co-insurances and allowances still apply just like a visit to your medical doctor. We even do all the necessary insurance billing!
However, you must have a medical complaint. If you say you are in for a routine exam, your medical insurance will not pay for the exam.