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Who says you have to choose between money and your eyes? With vision insurance, one need not be scared about taking care of seeing specialists the moment eye problems arise. Make no mistake, however. Vision insurance is not part of your regular health insurance. Vision insurance focuses on care for the eyes and as such, may be used to defray the costs of eye wear, eye examination, and the like. Typically, a vision policy provides either full or partial annual coverage of eye exams conducted by ophthalmologists or optometrists and the purchase of eyeglasses, sunglasses, or contact lenses. This section contains valuable resource on vision insurance.
Displaying 1-5 of 5 result(s).What Most Vision Insurance Policies CoverPosted by Wade Henderson. Published on Jun 23, 2009 Almost as in the case of a car, eyes need to be periodically checked in order to ensure that our vision continues to work correctly. And, as with a car, visual care can also cost a considerable sum of money. Vision insurance assists people who have refractive errors (including those who suffer short-sight, hypertropia or astigmatism) and can help them reduce their expenses and allow them to plan eye care for the future. Vision Insurance – Should You Get It?Posted by Brent McNutt. Published on Apr 03, 2009 Vision insurance is not for everyone but it is ideal for those who are genetically predisposed to having poor eyesight or for those whose work requires having good eyesight. There are different kinds of vision insurance which can be customized according to your needs. Vision Insurance PlansPosted by Jennie Dalglish. Published on Mar 18, 2009 Visiting a qualified eye care professional for a routine eye examination is crucial to ensuring the long-term health of the eyes. The high-costs of eye examinations can often leave a strain on the families' finances if one of the vision insurance plans isn't in place. Vision Insurance – A Definition And The BenefitsPosted by David J Wright. Published on Feb 28, 2009 Insurance is extremely common in today's world – almost everyone will have insurance of some sort; most will have multiple policies protecting themselves and their assets against various events. One type that tends to be misunderstood and underutilized is vision insurance, which offers a range of benefits relating to one's eyesight, including cover for visits to eye specialists and related costs. How To Choose The Best Vision Care Plans?Posted by Nithya Srp. Published on Nov 12, 2008 Considering the fact that proper vision care is being given a top priority, most of the companies started offering discount plans that would be helpful in reducing the costs. This article presents the contemporary situation in America and goes about choosing the best vision care plans available. Use of this web site constitutes acceptance of the Terms Of Use and Privacy Policy | User published content is licensed under a Creative Commons License.Copyright © 2007 – 2010 by, All Rights Reserved.