2 locations in Bismarck and 1 in Mandan
Insurance can be a confusing topic, especially when it comes to the eyes. Sometimes eye exams are covered by vision insurance. Sometimes they are covered by medical insurance, even medicare. The reason for the exam determines which insurance applies.
Routine exams for new glasses or new contacts are covered by vision insurance, not by medical insurance. However, eye exams for people with medical conditions are often covered by medical insurance. These conditions include eye problems such as dry eye, pink eye, cataracts, and others. They also include health problems such as diabetes. In some cases both vision and medical insurance will contribute toward the cost of a visit to the eye doctor.
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We accept most major plans* including:
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If you don't see your plan listed, be sure to call us! We may still be a provider. If you don't have vision insurance, you will find our fees very reasonable. Call to schedule an appointment today.
Insurance phone number
Group or policy number
Social Security number of insured patient
Patient's date of birth
Name of employer
* Many insurance plans will not contribute to the contact lens portion of the exam. If you are a contact lens wearer, you may be responsible for the cost of the contact lens evaluation, even if you have vision insurance.