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Where can I get an eye exam?Can I get both glasses and contacts?Is LASIK covered?

Opticare Vision

Network Options: Standard Optical Network
Opticare Vision Services is dedicated to helping you take care of your eyes. They recognize that annual exams contribute to your overall health by identifying early signs of conditions like diabetes, heart disease & high blood pressure.

Better Eyes Better Lives
Regardless of your age or your physical health, a comprehensive eye exam can do more than determine your prescription for eyeglasses and contact lenses. Your doctor will also check your eyes for common eye diseases, assess how your eyes work together as a team, and evaluate your eyes as an indicator of your overall health.

(801) 797-2538 | | Group #SNO

Vision Plan

Routine Vision Exams
Contacts Fitting & Evaluation
$30 allowance
$30 copay
$25 allowance
$25 allowance
Contacts, Exams, Frames, and Lenses
every 12 months
$120 allowance based on retail pricing
$80 allowance
Standard Plastic Lenses
Single Vision
You pay
$10 copay
$10 copay
$10 copay
Plan provides an
$85 allowance for
Lenses, Options,
and Coatings
Lens Options
Progressive (Standard No-Line)
Premium Progressive
Ultra Premium Progressive
High Index
Additional pairs of glasses
$50 copay
$100 copay
Up to 20% discount
25% (discount only)
25% (discount only)
Up to 50% off retail
Plan provides an
$85 allowance for
Lenses, Options,
and Coatings
Not Available
Contact Lenses
Contact benefits is in lieu of lens and frame benefits
$120 allowance
$80 allowance
Additional Contact Purchases
Conventional Disposables
Up to 20% Discount
Up to 10% Discount
If you enroll in medical coverage, you'll be auto-enrolled in vision coverage.

LASIK: $250 discount per eye may be available for in-network providers only. Please refer to or speak with your provider.
This information is designed to help you choose a benefit plan for 2023 only. Please refer to the Plan Documents provided by the carrier for information regarding coverage, limitations and exclusions. If there is a difference between this guide and the Plan Documents, the Plan Documents prevail.