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Insurance Information

Lifetime Optometric works with many insurance carriers and payment plans.

Our Doctors handle both annual comprehensive eye exams for both glasses and contact lenses as well as office visits for medical eye issues (i.e. eye infections, injuries, monitoring of certain eye conditions) we will ask for details of your medical coverage and any separate vision plan coverage. Most major medical insurance plans have a separate vision plan. To find out who your vision carrier is, please contact your human resources department or you can call your major medical plan’s customer service and they will be able to provide you with that information. We accept most major insurances for medical eye claims except for HMO. To see if we work with your insurance carrier or vision care plan, please call our office for assistance. Our friendly and informed staff will be happy to answer any questions you may have.

What’s the difference between In-Network vs. Out-Of-Network?

“In-network” providers have contracted with your vision insurance company to accept certain rates that are discounted. Patients will pay less with an in-network provider. “Out-of-network” providers are not contracted with your insurance and have not agreed to the discounted rates. Learn more about In-Network and Out-of-Network Providers.

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