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Lee’s Summit LASIK, Who is the Ideal LASIK Candidate?

CustomEyes Eye Clinic in Lee’s Summit, Missouri

LASIK may fulfill your dream of seeing clearly without glasses or contacts! Many people are good candidates for this vision correction surgery. Stop dreaming and look into your eligibility for LASIK. Consult with our eye doctor for more information

Many eye diseases can be quickly and easily diagnosed during a Comprehensive eye exam, Pediatric eye exam and Contact lens eye exam. If you were diagnosed with an eye disease, such as Cataracts, Glaucoma, Macular degeneration, Diabetic retinopathy, or Dry eye, you may be overwhelmed by the diagnosis and confused about what happens next. Will you need medications or surgery – now or in the future? Is eye and vision surgery an option for you ? Our Lee’s Summit eye doctor is always ready to answer your questions about eye disease and Contact lenses.

Most people who have worn eyeglasses or contact lenses for years dream about getting up in the morning and seeing clearly without eyewear. LASIK refractive eye surgery can make that dream come true! However, is LASIK right for you? There are pros and cons to every form of vision correction. Also, not everyone can get LASIK, and an important factor to weigh in making this decision is your eye doctor’s professional recommendation. At CustomEyes, we meet with patients regularly to discuss their candidacy for LASIK.

What criteria determine if you are eligible for LASIK?

  • Good eye health, with no ocular disease. Conditions such as chronic eye infections, severe dry eye syndrome, cataracts, corneal disorders, macular degeneration, uncontrolled glaucoma, and eye injuries may make LASIK a poor choice for you.
  • Corneal thickness must be adequate for reshaping your cornea. Performing LASIK on a cornea that is too thin or extremely irregular can reduce the success of the procedure. However, this rule isn’t as steadfast as it once was, because new types of LASIK are now available that enable surgeons to perform the laser vision correction. Our Lee’s Summit, Missouri, will measure your cornea during your LASIK consultation eye exam to recommend the most suitable method of laser eye surgery.
  • The best visual success with LASIK is with people who have prescriptions in the following parameters: up to +6 diopters for farsightedness, up to 6 diopters of astigmatism (cylinder), and up to -12 diopters of nearsightedness.
  • Ocular maturity is important. The best LASIK results are achieved in people who have had a stable vision prescription for about a year before undergoing refractive surgery.
  • A good overall health condition, with no pre-existing conditions that can slow healing, such as hypertension, Sjogren’s syndrome, and poorly controlled diabetes.
  • LASIK is FDA-approved for patients above age 18. Generally, there is no maximum age for laser eye surgery. But, be aware that once you are in your 40s, you may still require reading glasses to correct near vision after undergoing LASIK.
  • LASIK is not suitable for women who are pregnant or nursing, due to the fact that hormonal changes can affect the corneal shape. Typically, it’s advised to wait a few months after pregnancy.

Set realistic visual expectations

If you are seriously considering LASIK, it’s important to face reality. While most people are thrilled with their LASIK results, there are still risks and possible side effects and complications. You need an experienced eye doctor to perform a personalized eye exam and consider whether or not you are an ideal candidate for laser eye surgery – as well as advise you about which specific type of vision correction is most appropriate. Book an appointment online here CLICK FOR AN APPOINTMENT
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Lee’s Summit contact lenses, Are contact lenses better than glasses?

CustomEyes Eye Clinic in Lee’s Summit, Missouri

Do contacts make your vision worse?

You have just visited our eye care clinic for an eye exam in Lee’s Summit, Missouri and you received a new vision prescription. Now it is time to purchase new eyewear – should you buy eyeglasses or contact lenses? As long as your eyes are healthy, the choice is yours.

Many differences exist between glasses and contact lenses, and people wonder whether one type of eyewear is more effective and more suitable for their lifestyle. To help you make an educated decision, Dr. Ali Genilo, your optometrist for Lee’s Summit and the Lee’s Summit area, has put together this outline of what you need to know about glasses and contact lenses.

Many eye diseases can be quickly and easily diagnosed during a Comprehensive eye exam, Pediatric eye exam and Contact lens eye exam. If you were diagnosed with an eye disease, such as Cataracts, Glaucoma, Macular degeneration, Diabetic retinopathy, or Dry eye, you may be overwhelmed by the diagnosis and confused about what happens next. Will you need medications or surgery – now or in the future? Is LASIK eye and vision surgery an option for you ? Our Lee’s Summit eye doctor is always ready to answer your questions about eye disease and Contact lenses.

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Features Shared by Glasses & Contacts

First of all, let’s look at the similarities between contacts and eyeglasses:

    • Both can precisely treat nearsightedness, farsightedness, and astigmatism to give you sharp vision
  • You need to clean them properly to ensure crystal-clear vision; with glasses, this means spraying and wiping the lenses, and with contacts, there are varying degrees of care (depending upon which type you select)
  • Both glasses and contacts are affordable

All About Eyeglasses

Nowadays, glasses are made from plastic, making them much lighter than years ago. Also, plastic lenses can be coated with various treatments to protect your eyes, such as against dangerous UV light or to block blue light from digital devices. Polycarbonate or Trivex lenses are ideal for children and people who play sports because they do not shatter on impact. Another option for people with very strong prescriptions is high index lenses, which are a thinner and lighter form of vision correction.

There are two primary types of glasses: single vision and multifocal. Single vision eyeglasses correct problems with seeing close or seeing far, while multifocal glasses help with seeing both distance and near-vision issues.

Multifocals come in a few versions:

  • Bifocal lenses are bisected into two zones. The upper half helps with seeing distance and the lower half of the lens helps with reading and other close tasks.
  • Trifocals have three areas in the lenses. The top is for distance, the bottom is for up close, and the region between the two is for middle vision.
  • Progressive lenses are essentially the same as bifocals and trifocals, yet with no dividing line in the lens. The visual transition between the different lens powers is gradual and smooth.

What’s Good About Glasses, and What’s Not

Pros:

  • Eyeglasses are easy to use. You just put them on your face and out you go. There are no specialized cleaning solutions and care is minimal. If you have a particular style or fashion statement you want to make with your glasses, a range of frame designs is available from our optometrist for Lee’s Summit. Also, if you work in a job that leaves your fingers dirty all the time, you don’t need to touch your eyes when putting on glasses. So the risk of eye infection is very low.

Cons:

  • The main disadvantage of eyeglasses relates to how they look and feel. Many people simply don’t like their appearance in glasses. Also, you also may find them uncomfortable on your nose or pressing above your ears. Another con of glasses is that the lenses can fog up, get splashed in rainy weather, and fall off (or slip down your sweaty nose) during sports. The plastic lenses can also scratch.

All About Contact Lenses

Contacts are thin discs made from either glass or plastic, depending upon whether you have soft or hard (GP) lenses. These discs rest directly on your eye to correct vision. Our Lee’s Summit contact lenses collection includes a full inventory of single vision, bifocal, and multifocal versions. Soft contact lenses, which are much more popular, come in several types:

  • Daily wear lenses: worn during the day; removed and cleaned nightly
  • Daily disposables (dailies): worn once and then thrown away
  • Extended wear lenses: can be worn overnight; taken out at least once a week for disinfecting

What’s Good About Contacts, and What’s Not

Pros:

  • Contact lenses provide more natural vision than eyeglasses, as well as a more natural appearance that doesn’t block your face. They give a wider field of view and a clear peripheral vision. Because contacts move with your eye, no frame ever gets in your way or disturbs your line of sight. Also, contacts never fog up or get splashed with water droplets when it rains. When playing sports, contact lenses can be ultra-convenient.

Cons:

  • Contacts require higher maintenance than glasses. You must clean and store them properly or you risk getting serious eye infections. If you have high astigmatism, contacts may not be able to provide sharp vision all the time – because you’ll see blurry when they rotate. Toric contacts, which are specialized for astigmatism, have less of a tendency to move around, but they are more costly. You may also need a short adjustment period to adapt to wearing contacts, and more follow-up care from our optometrist for Lee’s Summit.

That’s the basic rundown of contact lenses versus eyeglasses! Dr. Ali Genilo provides comprehensive eye exams for Lee’s Summit and the entire Lee’s Summit area, and he will issue your accurate, up-to-date prescription for eyewear. Our optical staff will then be pleased to assist you with your decision whether to choose glasses, contact lenses or both!

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CustomEyes in Lee's Summit, Missouri
and Lenexa, Kansas

Two locations to serve you better! When it comes to eye care and eyewear in Kansas City, you have more than a few options. We believe the reason people come to CustomEyes boils down to comfort, care, and convenience. We ensure our patients never feel like just a name or the next appointment.


What to Expect

Everything about your experience at CustomEyes is tailored to you and your eyes. Our expert optometrists and experienced staff get to know you and understand your unique needs. The finest technology, a complete selection of eyeglasses and contact lenses, and convenient locations don’t mean much unless you, the patient, get the care you need and the attention you deserve.

With offices located in Lee’s Summit and Lenexa, CustomEyes is able to service the greater Kansas City Area including Johnson County, Kansas (Leawood, Overland Park and Shawnee Mission) and Jackson County Missouri (Blue Springs, Independence, Raytown). So, whether you need an eye doctor in Kansas City, Lenexa or Lee’s Summit – CustomEyes has you covered.

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Contact Lenses & Dry Eye


Treatment of Contact Lens Discomfort & Dry Eye in Lenexa, Kansas

Dry Eye Syndrome, termed keratoconjunctivitis (KCS) refers to dry eyes that irritate you constantly. This annoying condition is due to insufficient production of tears or a poor quality tear composition. When your eyes aren’t lubricated well, you’ll suffer from the sensations of scratchiness, burning, watery eyes, blurred vision and/or a feeling of something gritty stuck in your eyes. The particular cause of dry eyes varies from person to person, and effective dry eye treatment is therefore also highly individual

Have you been told in the past you cannot wear contact lenses?

We just may have the solution for you. Scleral lenses are designed to treat a variety of eye conditions, caused by keratoconus and other corneal irregularities, many of which do not respond to other forms of treatment.

No More Daytime Glasses or Contacts!

CRT or Corneal Refractive Therapy, temporarily corrects myopia (nearsightedness) by reshaping your cornea while you sleep. You can go throughout the day without wearing any glasses or lenses at all.  

It is a form of orthokeratology, commonly called Ortho-K, that utilizes a unique rigid gas permeable contact lens designed to wear at night while sleeping only.

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Many people love the convenience and quality vision of contact lenses. If you are interested in wearing lenses instead of eyeglasses, we’ll help you with all that you need. At CustomEyes, our eye doctors will examine your eyes to determine if you’re a good candidate for contacts, and we’ll fit you with the best type for your visual requirements.

Read more about Dry Eye and Contact Lenses

Symptoms of dry eyes include redness, scratchiness, itching, a sensation that something gritty is stuck in your eye, excessive watering and the need to keep rubbing your eyes. While there is no cure for dry eyes, our goal is to bring you lasting relief. Additionally, if you are considering LASIK, dry eyes may prevent you from being a good candidate for this refractive surgery.

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Please call our Lenexa office at 913-894-2020 or our Lee's Summit office at 816-524-7400 for further instructions. We take most medical insurance plans. Use your best judgment on urgency; if you feel you need to, find the nearest emergency room. Visit our eye emergencies page for more information.


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Eyeglasses in Lee’s Summit, MO

Eyeglasses are more popular today than ever, despite the availability of contact lenses and vision correction surgery.

Frame styles branded with high profile designer names are always in demand. And eyeglass frame materials have evolved with the advent of new plastics and various types of metals.

Certain frames are made with highly flexible metal alloys, which reduce the possibility of breakage. Spring hinges are also for added durability, and are a great option for children’s eyewear.

Eyeglass frames styles we carry at CustomEyes

Multi-colored inlays, composite materials, designer emblems, and enhancements such as insets of precious stones may also be found in popular frame styles.

Rimless styles have become more popular in recent years as an understated way to wear eyeglasses without obvious frames. Rimless styles mainly involve attaching plastic or metal temples directly onto the lenses rather than onto a frame.

Advances in eyeglass lenses

You also have many options when choosing the lenses for your eyeglasses. Among the most popular types of lenses and lens options prescribed today are:

  • Aspheric lenses, which have a slimmer, more attractive profile than other lenses. They also eliminate that magnified, “bug-eye” look caused by some prescriptions.
  • High index lenses, which are made of new materials that enable the lenses to be noticeably thinner and lighter than regular plastic lenses.
  • Polycarbonate lenses are thinner, lighter and up to 10 times more impact-resistant than regular plastic lenses. These lenses are great for safety glasses, children’s eyewear, and for anyone who wants lightweight, durable lenses.
  • Photochromic lenses are sun-sensitive lenses that quickly darken in bright conditions, and quickly return to a clear state in ordinary indoor lighting.
  • Polarized lenses diminish glare from flat, reflective surfaces (like water) and also reduce eye fatigue.
  • Anti-reflective coatings are among the most popular add-ons for lenses. They can dramatically improve the look and comfort of your glasses by minimizing the amount of light that reflects off the surface of your lenses, which also has the added benefit of reducing glare and thus easing eye fatigue.
  • Other lens coatings include scratch-resistant, ultraviolet treatment, and mirror coatings.

Eyeglass lenses for presbyopia

Presbyopia is the normal, age-related loss of near focusing ability that makes reading and other close-up tasks more difficult after age 40.

This means that the usual type of eyeglass lenses you've likely been accustomed to wearing, known as single vision lenses, no longer will work well for you.

Multifocal eyeglass lenses available for presbyopia correction include:

  • Bifocals: Lenses with two powers – one for distance and one for near – separated by a visible line.
  • Trifocals: Lenses with three powers for seeing at varying distances – near, intermediate and far – separated by two visible lines.
  • Progressive lenses: These lenses have many advantages over bifocals and trifocals because they allow the wearer to focus at many different distances, not just two or three. Because they have no lines, progressive lenses allow a smooth, comfortable transition from one distance to another.

CustomEyes in Lee’s Summit, MO

If you see well in the distance without the need for eyeglasses, simple reading glasses with single vision lenses may be all you need to deal with near vision problems caused by presbyopia.

Need advice for buying glasses? Ask our Lenexa eye doctors today!

Your appearance, personal taste and lifestyle should all be considered when choosing eyeglasses. We can help you choose frames and lenses that both complement your appearance and meet your lifestyle needs.

A WIDE SELECTION OF CONTACT LENSES IN Lee's Summit, Missouri


These include disposable soft contact, bifocal/multifocal, toric, and colored lenses. Whether you wear daily, weekly or monthly disposables, or conventional (vial) lenses, check out our selection of lenses at CustomEyes. Our goal is to fit you with contact lenses that give clear and comfortable vision.

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Establishing a Good Contact Lens Fit at CustomEyes

It starts with a thorough eye exam to ensure the most up-to-date prescription and rule out any pre-existing conditions that could interfere with contact lens wear.

Fitting lenses to your lifestyle
We will determine the best fitting lens based on your lifestyle needs and the shape and health of your eyes. In most cases, you’ll have the opportunity to try lenses on the same day as your exam. You may even go home with a few samples before making a final decision.

Follow up fittings
Our Lee's Summit team will follow up after the initial fitting and then make any necessary changes in fit or materials to get you the best possible result. We teach all our patients proper contact lens care and also possible consequences if proper care is not taken. Then we continue with long-term follow-up to monitor the condition of the lenses and to ensure that proper hygiene is being maintained.

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Vision centers in Lee’s Summit Missouri and Lenexa Kansas

An Easy Drive from Either Side

Some patients drive two hours to get eye care and eyewear at CustomEyes. For most, however, one of our convenient Missouri and Kansas locations is much closer. Need to see an eye doctor or talk about your eyeglasses, contacts or specialty lens needs? Drop in anytime. You’ll like what you see.

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CustomEyes in Lee’s Summit, MO

Lee’s Summit

The Lee's Summit office is conveniently located on Ralph Powell Road in Lee's Summit just southeast of 291 Highway and Woods Chapel Road. It is just minutes away from Independence, Blue Springs, Raytown and all of eastern Jackson County.

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Our Lee Summit location moved to a bigger office down the road at
3660 NE Ralph Powell Rd. We can't wait for you to see what we've done to provide the best eye care service in town!

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CustomEyes in Lenexa, KS

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Customeyeslenexa09The Lenexa office is conveniently located on 87th Street in Lenexa just east of I-435. It is just minutes away from Overland Park, Shawnee, Merriam, Olathe and all of Johnson County.

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EYE CARE SERVICES AT CustomEyes


Our eye care center offers a full range of eye health services to clients of all ages, from children to older adults. With a complete array of expert eye care services, Dr. Scott Drake, and our team, are dedicated to helping you enjoy healthy eyes and sharp vision. Whether you need a new pair of eyeglasses or treatment for an eye disease, our optometric team provides cutting-edge eye and vision care.

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Eye Exams in Lee's Summit & Much More

Our optometrist at CustomEyes provides eyewear prescriptions and offers corrective laser eye surgery co-management as well. You can get in touch with our eye doctor's office to set up an appointment at your convenience and learn more about some of our key services below.

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EYEWEAR FOR ALL YOUR LIFESTYLE NEEDS


Deciding which eyewear get takes into account so much more than clear vision — it's also a form of self-expression. Whether you decide to get contact lenses, glasses, or sunglasses — or all three — at CustomEyes, we'll help you find the perfect eyewear for all your lifestyle and optical needs.

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Quality Eyewear in Lee's Summit

At CustomEyes, we carry and prepare prescriptions for eyeglasses and contact lenses for clear and sharp eyesight. No matter your refractive error, our mission is to provide you with good vision, comfort, and continued eye health.

Whether you're seeking glasses or contact lenses, our team will help you choose the perfect eyewear to ensure that you both look and see great! 

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OUR Lee's Summit OPTOMETRIC TEAM


We offer a full range of eye health services to clients of all ages - all with personalized attention and a smile. In our eye care office, every patient is treated warmly. Individualized attention is the foundation of our care, to ensure that your eyes remain healthy. We're dedicated to optimizing your vision!

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Meet The Eye Doctors At CustomEyes

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Dr. A. Genilo

Dr. Ali Genilo enjoys caring for patients of all ages and abilities, though she has a special passion for working with pediatric patients. A Kansas City native, she earned her Bachelor of Arts degree in Human Biology from the University of Kansas. She received her Doctorate from Southern College of...
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Dr. C. Cossette

Dr. Chris Cossette has a passion for primary eye care and enjoys helping his patients achieve their best possible vision. Originally from Salina, Kansas, he received his undergraduate degree from Kansas State University and his Doctor in Optometry from Arizona College of Optometry in Phoenix, Arizona. His externship rotations focused...
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Dr. J. Enevoldsen

Dr. Jeffrey Enevoldsen enjoys fitting contact lenses and providing his patients the best possible vision with the latest technology. A native of Ponca City, Oklahoma, he received his Bachelor of Science degree from the University of the Ozarks in Clarksville, AR, where he graduated Magna Cum Laude. He received his Doctor...
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Dr. J. Luebbe

Dr. Jennifer Luebbe enjoys the challenge of working with pediatric patients, many of who are unable to describe or even understand their visual needs. Learning starts with the eyes and it is her goal to provide the very best care for your little ones, as well as the entire family,...
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Dr. L. G. Drake

Dr. Linda Drake has earned a reputation for friendly professional eye care. She was raised in Paducah, Kentucky, and received her Bachelor of Science degree in 1984 from Murray State University in Murray, Kentucky. She earned her Doctor of Optometry degree at Southern College of Optometry in Memphis, Tennessee, in...
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Dr. S. A. Drake

Dr. Scott Drake enjoys the challenges of difficult contact lens fits and providing his patients with an easy-to-understand knowledge of their needs. His background includes a Bachelor of Science degree in 1987 from Albright College in Reading, Pennsylvania, and a Doctor of Optometry degree from Southern College of Optometry in...
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CustomEyes in Lee's Summit

CustomEyes provides innovative eye care services to patients from in and around Lee's Summit. We offer comprehensive eye health assessments, ocular disease diagnosis and treatment, contact lens evaluation and fitting, and prescriptions.

The team at CustomEyes aims to provide the best possible solution for the patient's eye health and vision needs. By utilizing the latest technologies and evidence-based treatments, we can ensure that each patient maintains optimal eye health.

We welcome new patients and accept most major forms of insurance.

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Because we provide both medical and routine eye care, we accept a number of insurance plans to help cover the cost depending on your individual needs.

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Our Clinic in Lee's Summit Accepts The Following:

 

Vision Plans We Accept

  • Davis Vision
  • Eyemed Vision Care
  • AlwaysCare
  • National Vision Administration (NVA)
  • Delta Vision
  • Humana Vision (VCP)
  • Vision Care Direct
  • MOA Insurance Agency
  • Loomis
  • VSP
  • Spectera
  • Superior Vision
  • Heritage Vision Plans
  • Davis Vision
  • Eyemed Vision Care
  • AlwaysCare
  • National Vision Administration (NVA)
  • Delta Vision
  • Humana Vision (VCP)
  • Vision Care Direct
  • MOA Insurance Agency
  • Loomis
  • VSP
  • Spectera
  • Superior Vision
  • Heritage Vision Plans

Medical Plans We Accept

  • Aetna
  • Blue Cross Blue Shield
  • Cigna
  • Humana
  • UMR
  • Golden Rule
  • Freedom Network
  • Medi Share
  • Principal
  • MetLife
  • Ameritas
  • Surency
  • Medica
  • Providence Health Plan
  • Coventry Health Care
  • Advantra
  • Cerner
  • Neba Health
  • Wilson McShane
  • Aetna
  • Blue Cross Blue Shield
  • Cigna
  • Humana
  • UMR
  • Golden Rule
  • Freedom Network
  • Medi Share
  • Principal
  • MetLife
  • Ameritas
  • Surency
  • Medica
  • Providence Health Plan
  • Coventry Health Care
  • Advantra
  • Cerner
  • Neba Health
  • Wilson McShane

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Our Eye Care Staff Is Here To Help You With Your Insurance

If you do not see your plan listed here, please give us a call and we would be happy to assist you. Our staff is also always available to answer any questions regarding your benefits.

The cost of routine eye exams and prescription eyewear can be of real concern, especially for large families. In many cases, vision insurance can lower these annual expenses.

A vision insurance policy is not the same as medical insurance. Regular medical health insurance plans protect you against financial losses due to unexpected eye injuries or disease. Vision insurance, on the other hand, is a wellness benefit designed to provide routine eye care, prescription eyewear and other vision-related services at a reduced cost.

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