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We have many payment options available at Eye Care of Virginia. We provide the very best eye care at the lowest possible cost at both our King George and Culpeper optometry offices. At both offices, Dr. Miles Press, your optometrist at Eye Care of Virginia in Culpeper and King George and his professional eye care staff provide superb eye care in a compassionate, friendly environment with an emphasis on affordability.
Dr. Miles Press and his staff at both locations work closely with all patients to utilize their eye care insurance to their maximum benefit. For patients without insurance, all possible options are explored to select the payment strategy that works best for every individual situation.
Vision insurance is important to help defray the cost of eye care exams, glasses lenses and frames and other ocular procedures. One of the payment options at Eye Care of Virginia is vision insurance. Most vision insurance plans cover basic services such as eye exam appointments and they usually require a co-payment at the time of the appointment.
Vision insurance is often part of an employee benefits package or can be purchased individually. For most plans there is usually a yearly allowance for glasses and for contact lenses.
Payment options for both our King George and eye care at a clinic for optometry in Culpeper include many major vision plans.
These include: Anthem Healthkeeper Plus, Advantica, Avesis, Block Vision, Davis Vision, Humana Medicare, Medicaid, Medicare, MES, NVA, Opticare Managed Vision, Spectera, Starmount Always Care, Superior, Tricare, VSP, United Healthcare Community Plus, and United Health Care.
Flexible Spending Accounts (FSA) are savings plans for those with an employer sponsored health plan. With an FSA, pre-tax dollars can be deposited in accounts and can then be used without penalty to pay for out of pocket health and medical expenses. The yearly maximum deposit amount for a flexible spending account is $2,650 per individual employer. Patients should check with the benefits administrator at their jobs to see if their FSA’s can be used in conjunction with their vision insurance plans.
At Eye Care of Virginia we accept cash checks and most major credit cards.
Dr. Miles Press and his staff provide the very best in professional eye care with a desire to help their patients achieve a payment option that is best for them and their families. To make an appointment and to discuss payment options at Eye Care of Virginia in Culpeper, VA call 540-822-0113 today. For an appointment and to discuss payment options at Eye Care of Virginia in King George, VA call 540-663-3937 today.