At Elite Vision Care, it’s important to us that you’re able to comfortably afford the quality eye care you deserve. That’s why we accept a number of ways to pay for our eye care and eyewear.
Our front office staff are experts at helping you understand your coverage and options, working with the different ins and outs of eye care costs. Read on for more information about our insurance, financing, and other cost-related measures — and always feel free to call us at (281) 688-6507 for help!
Vision insurance offers benefits to help you get preventative care for your eyes and achieve clear vision. In practice, this means they typically offer discounts or coverage towards annual eye exams and eyewear such as glasses or contact lenses.
We accept the following vision insurance providers:
Health insurance is used primarily for medical eye care, such as treatment and management of diagnosed diseases. In other words, rather than routine care, medical insurance offers coverage for out-of-the-ordinary health concerns when they arise.
Medicare may or may not cover routine eye care. It may, however, help cover or reduce the cost of diagnostic tests for eye conditions such as glaucoma or macular degeneration. Medicare Part B will also typically cover either one pair of glasses or one set of contacts after cataract surgery.
We accept various Medicare providers, so please call us to confirm how we can help you.
Health Savings Accounts (HSA) & Flexible Spending Accounts (FSA)
Health Savings Accounts (HSAs) and Flexible Spending Accounts (FSAs) are funds that people use to help pay for various health care expenses throughout the year. Both are funded with pre-tax money (meaning you never pay tax on what they’re used for), and can be used at your eye doctor.
These accounts have some important differences — for instance, with an FSA, the money expires at the end of the year. This means you’ll need to use your FSA before your funds disappear!
CareCredit is a credit card that you can use specifically on medical expenses. It can cover your deductible, out-of-pocket expenses, and even procedures or treatments that your insurance might not cover. Benefits include:
Read more about CareCredit and see if you qualify here: