Medicare Advantage Plans
Retirees with Medicare Advantage insurance plans are eligible for a comprehensive eye exam for free or a minimal co-pay. The American Optometric Association recommends adults over the age of 60 get a comprehensive eye exam every year.
Many insurance plans, including Medicare Advantage, often include benefits that offer discounted prices on eye exams, prescription glasses, and prescription lenses.
All For Eyes locations accept leading insurance providers, including EyeMed, Davis, and United Healthcare, among others. These providers offer significant discounts for Medicare Advantage customers, often providing basic prescription eyeglasses for $0 out of pocket. Customers can also get progressive lenses for as little as $50, depending on the specific plan. Retirees with Medicare Advantage insurance plans might also be eligible to get a comprehensive eye exam at no cost or for a minimal co-pay, depending on their specific plan.
Specific details on out-of-pocket expenses can be found with the individual’s insurance provider. Staff at For Eyes locations can help subscribers understand their benefits.
It’s not just older adults who should use their vision benefits before they expire – individuals and families across the country will start a new benefit year January 1st. The American Optometric Association recommends children between 6 and 18 get an annual eye exam; and adults over 18 at least every two years.
Book an Eye Exam at a For Eyes location near you and take advantage of your vision benefits.