Comprehensive & Affordable Eye Care
We are always happy to serve our MEDICARE and MEDICAID Community and gladly accept these insurances and their branching plans. Non-insured/Self-Pay patients are always welcome. For individuals and families who are currently uninsured, we offer affordable out-of-pocket prices for eyeglass prescriptions, contact lens fittings and ocular medical testing.
We work with most major vision insurance plans for eye exams and material purchases!
- DAVIS VISION
- SUPERIOR VISION
- VSP – VISION SERVICE PLAN
- VBA – VISION BENEFITS OF AMERICA
- NVA – NATIONAL VISION ADMINISTRATORS
In addition to routine eye exams, our specialists also perform a wide-array of comprehensive medical vision evaluations; diagnosing, treating and managing various ocular diseases. For this reason we also honor most major medical insurance plans, to include:
- United Healthcare
- and more
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Frequently Asked Questions About Medical Insurance Coverage
We understand that insurance coverage may be a little confusing. Here are a few frequently asked questions about insurance for eye exams.
What is a copay?
This is a flat dollar amount paid for a medical service by the patient at the time of visit. Copayment amounts vary based on your policy.
What is coinsurance?
This refers to a cost-sharing requirement between the patient and his/her health insurance Company that establishes how much the patient will be responsible to pay versus how much the insurance company will be responsible to pay for medical expenses.
What is a deductible?
This is a fixed amount included in the policy that is not covered by the insurance company. The deductible must be “met /paid” by the patient, before the insurance benefits can apply.
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If you still have questions regarding your vision or medical insurance and/or exam fees, please contact us or call us directly at 703-421-5333.
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Please note: Credit/Debit card payments processed through the terminal in office will have a 4% transaction fee added to the amount charged. Payment methods exempt from the transaction fee include: Cash, Check, HSA & FSA cards.
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