• Does my vision care or medical insurance pay for contact lens fitting?

In rare instances, cosmetic contact lens fitting may be paid for by your vision care insurance.

Some vision care insurances and some medical insurances have benefits toward contact lenses that are medically required. Typically, the patient must have vision that is not correctable with eyeglasses.

Medical eye health problems such as Keratoconus (odd shape corneas) and Anisometropia (large prescription differences between the eyes) may require many additional visits and special contact lens constructions.

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