Supplemental Vision Insurance You Need

An estimated 93 million adults in the U.S. are at high risk of serious vision loss, Based on the Centers for Disease Control, but only half have visited an eye doctor within the past year.

The lack of preventive and corrective vision care in the U.S. is potentially due to a lack of vision coverage to help offset out-of-pocket costs.

Supplemental vision insurance such as a VSP® Individual Vision Plan can help ensure that you don’t become part of that statistic.

Taking Care of Adult Eyes

Having regular eye exams is essential in minimizing vision problems as we age.

A routine eye exam for adults often includes all of the following tests:

– Eye muscle movement – Visual acuity – Visual field – Retinal exam

Once the child is in school, AOA recommends an exam every two years if there are no known vision problems or every year if vision issues have been detected.

Eye Care for Children

How Supplemental Vision Insurance Works

Vision insurance works similarly to health insurance. You pay a monthly premium in return for specified benefits.

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