We Accept Major Insurance Plans for Your Eye Exam
Even if you have a busy schedule, you won’t want to neglect your eye health. With routine eye exams at Viewpoint Vision Care, we do more than just check your eyesight to determine your need for glasses or contacts. We also examine your eyes for common eye diseases and to make sure your eyes work together properly. Your eyes can be a mirror to your overall health, including alerting the optometrist to certain systemic diseases like high blood pressure and diabetes.
What the Optometrist Will Look For
While the eye doctor will determine whether you need glasses or contacts, he will also check for eye diseases, as well as other problems that can lead to vision loss. Some of the conditions your eye doctor will look for include:
- Eye teaming problems
- Diabetic retinopathy
- Focusing problems
- Age-related problems
While children often get vision screenings at school, these screenings shouldn’t be used as a substitute for a comprehensive exam. Another common example of a vision screening is that performed in your state’s drivers licensing department. Such screenings can detect certain issues such as blurry vision, but they can’t detect more complex vision problems.
Insurance We Accept
Vision care is essential for everyone, and we therefore accept a variety of insurances as well as other payment options. Some of the insurance plans we accept are:
- Blue Cross & Blue Shield Vision
- Blue Cross & Blue Shield Medical*
- Great Lakes
We also accept other methods of payment, including MasterCard, Visa, American Express, Discover, and personal checks.
Come See the Difference
If you’ve been struggling with blurry vision, dry eyes, or any other vision issue, take advantage of your insurance plan by calling us today at (586) 532-1600. Even if you aren’t currently experiencing any noticeable eye-related problem, taking the time to schedule a routine eye exam can keep your eyes healthy and your vision strong.
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