Planet Vision Eyecare believes in providing the best value for you and your family. We have products and pricing that aims to accommodate all budgets and our office participates in most insurance programs. For patients who have little or no vision insurance coverage, flexible payment programs may be arranged. To learn more about our payment options, please call our office directly.
Our office accepts cash, check, and major debit and credit cards including MasterCard and Visa, as well as Care Credit.
We accept most major vision insurance and medical vision insurance plans. We can also bill your PPO or POS medical insurance plans for emergency medical treatment or for medical eye conditions, such as glaucoma, dry eye syndrome, macular degeneration, and diabetic eye complications.
Getting a regular eye exam shouldn’t break the bank, that’s why Planet Vision Eyecare accepts a number of different insurance plans including:
If you have children without health or vision insurance, we can offer insurance discount plans to provide you affordable eyewear options.
In addition to insurance plans, our Vision Source office also accepts flexible spending accounts, CareCredit, credit and debit card (Visa/MasterCard/AMEX/Discover) payments, and cash.
We look forward to welcoming you into our Lake Worth office.
Vision and medical insurance plans vary and your eye care and eyewear benefits during the year may be subject to spending limits. Our knowledgeable staff will help you maximize the full use of your vision plan benefits. We will look at your specific coverage and check with your insurance provider to confirm what is available to you. So, please call us at (561) 556-4600 to find out about specific eye care and eyewear costs with your plan.
Are you asking yourself “How much will my vision care plan pay toward my exams?”
Are you wondering “What will glasses and contacts cost?”
Call us at (561) 556-4600 to find out how your plan benefits can help to offset your eye care needs at Planet Vision Eyecare. Se Habla Español.
Our Lake Worth eyecare insurance specialists will check in advance on what your vision plan benefits are, and how often you are eligible for services and materials. Then, we will help to maximize the use of these benefits to give the most value in fulfilling your eyecare needs.
To best help you, we’ll need the following information about the person covered (the primary insured or employee) by your vision care plan.
Name of patient (you)
Name of primary insured
Primary insured’s insurance ID number
Birthdate of primary insured
Social security number of primary insured (sometimes needed)
This information is requested by your vision care plan to allow us to check your eligibility and benefits allowances. Please have this information ready when you call to schedule your appointment. We treat your personal information with great care and keep your data private. We share it only with your vision plan providers and, if necessary, in accordance with Federal HIPAA requirements. See our notice of privacy practices for more.
Your Vision Insurance is separate from your Medical Health Insurance. It’s often from a different insurance provider with which your medical health plan has a contract, and covers the annual eye exam necessary to determine if you need an eyeglass/contact lens prescription or a change to your current eyeglass/contact lens prescription. Most Vision Insurances provide a substantial allowance for a complete pair of eyeglasses OR a fixed dollar amount for contact lenses. Only very rarely are both eyeglasses and contact lenses paid for by your insurance in the same enrollment year. The contact lens coverage typically includes the professional evaluation and a limited supply of contacts.
Your Medical Health Insurance will be used to treat and manage any eye health conditions you may have. This would include eye infections, eye injuries, corneal foreign body removal, symptoms of flashes and/or floaters, dry eye problems, and eye allergies. This plan will also cover progress evaluations to monitor cataracts, glaucoma, macular degeneration, diabetic eye complications, and other recurring issues.