Protect your eyesight with vision insurance that’s easy on your eyes! Cosmo will find you a plan that best fits your needs.
There is a common misconception that vision insurance is included in your health insurance plan. The facts are that most health insurance companies don’t include basic vision needs in their plans, including glasses, contacts, or eye examinations. To have those needs covered, you need to purchase a separate vision insurance plan.
- Routine annual exam
- Surgical procedures – including Lasik procedures where available
- Contact Lenses
- Non-prescription sunglasses
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Vision Insurance FAQS
That depends on your vision needs. If all you need are annual eye exams, then it’s not worth the cost of insurance. But, if you have additional needs, like glasses or corrective lenses, purchasing vision insurance will probably save you money in the long run.
Routine eye exams and prescription lenses are usually part of your purchased coverage, although some companies provide coverage for the entire cost, and other companies require you to pay a copayment.
They act as preventative eye care, helping your doctor to detect possible serious health issues like glaucoma, cataracts, diabetes, or cancer.
The purpose of a contact lens exam is to allow your doctor to prescribe corrective lenses that fit your needs.