California Individual Vision Insurance

The purpose of Vision Insurance is to provide coverage for the routine care of the eyes. Depending on the plan you choose, you may have access to yearly eye exams, contact lenses, frames, glaucoma screening, and overall affordable eye care.

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What is Vision Insurance?

Vision Insurance is a type of coverage plan that reduces the cost of routine eye exams and prescription lenses in return for a premium.

Do I really need Vision Coverage?

It is important to understand that as people get older, many tend to develop some form of vision problems. Vision Insurance provided preventative care, eyeglass lenses, contact lenses, frames, etc. Some plans have additional coverage that can be looked through. Having this form of Insurance allows you to take control of your vision without worrying about the cost.

What does Frame Allowance mean?

In Vision Insurance, a Frame Allowance stands for the amount of money your plan will cover toward the purchase of eyeglasses.
Ex: If you have a frame allowance of $100 and you glasses cost $300 you will owe $200 for the glasses.

How much is Vision Insurance?

Vision Insurance usually costs up to $20 a month for an individual. If you want to add coverage for a family member, the price may decrease per person.

California Individual Vision Insurance 101

What is Vision Insurance?
Do I really need Vision Coverage?
What does Frame Allowance mean?
How much is Vision Insurance?