- We strive to provide complete care for our patients. Learn more about all the services we provide.
You are using an outdated browser. Please upgrade your browser to improve your experience.
No vision insurance? No problem! Did you know that a comprehensive eye examination could be covered by your medical insurance? At Trinity Eye Associates, we strive to be a complete family eye care location. We are in-network providers for the following medical insurance.
Even if you have vision insurance, in certain situations you may need to come to Trinity Eye for a medical reason such as: Red Eye, Eye pain, Allergies, Dry eyes, Headaches, an eye injury, a foreign body in the eye, conjunctivitis or pink eye, a contact lens related red eye.
There’s no need to spend hours waiting for Emergency care. We can handle all these situations and bill your medical insurance.
The following is a list of the medical insurances we accept. If you do not see your insurance on this list, please contact our office as we frequently add new insurances.
Blue Cross/Blue Shield
Aside from covering a routine vision exam, most vision insurances, depending on the plan, give the patient a contribution for materials. Materials are defined as glasses, contacts and sometimes the contact lens evaluation. Although there are some exceptions, most insurance will contribute the benefits to either glasses or contacts. When using the benefits for glasses, there’s usually a subsidy for frames and in most cases basic plastic uncoated lenses are covered.
With a variety of patients with different prescriptions, lifestyles, hobbies, and eye health issues, these basic contributions do not always cover for all the lens options needed to maintain eye health and visual comfort.
For instance, persons with higher prescriptions benefit from lighter thinner lenses, those in front of computer or suffering from night glare need anti-glare coating, children need shatter-resistant (polycarbonate lenses), photochromic (light to dark) lenses are helpful for people outdoors, polarized sun-wear are a must specially for those with east-west commutes, etc. Many of the above mentioned features may or may not be covered by vision insurance. The most important to understand is: just because it is not covered does not mean that it is not needed.
There are hundreds of different vision and medical plans out there. They vary from employer to employer and by the choices you made during open enrollment. Our staff would be happy to access and explain your insurance information to you, even before you schedule an appointment.Even if you do not have vision insurance, some medical insurance may extend discounts on your materials.
Our Oviedo optometry staff understands that cost is a concern when evaluating vision care providers. We do not want cost to be an obstacle to maintaining proper eye health and good vision. We accept various forms of payment and are able to discuss financing options with you prior to any examination. At Trinity Eye Associates, we also accept cash, check, and major credit cards. Call 407-678-9151 today to schedule your eye exam today.