Vision Insurance

The view to your world

WellVision exams helps detect the signs of health conditions like high blood pressure, diabetes, and high cholesterol—along with other eye and health issues. Think you’re too young, old, or healthy for an eye exam? Think again.

According to the National Eye Institute, more than 11 million people in the U.S. have an uncorrected visual impairment. Help protect your family’s vision.

With an Individual Vision Plan from VSP® you’ll get quality vision care from a doctor you’ll love, personalized care at low out-of-pocket costs, and stylish eyewear you want! Here are just a few reasons to choose VSP: 

  • Savings you expect. VSP members save on eyewear and eye care with a VSP network doctor. You’ll also have access to Exclusive Member Extras, like savings and special offers, that can save you more than $2,500. 
  • Choices you deserve. With an average of five VSP network doctors within five miles of you, it is easy to find a nearby in-network doctor to get the most out of your vision coverage.
  • Styles you’ll love. You’ll find frames for the whole family with hundreds of stylish options. Plus, get an extra $20 to spend on featured frame brands and save up to 25% on lens enhancements!

Babies and Toddlers 

Approximately 80% of what children learn is through their eyes. Impaired vision can affect a child’s cognitive, emotional, neurologic, and physical development by potentially limiting his or her exposure to a range of experiences and information.

Schedule their eye exams: • At six months • Between two and three years old • Before kindergarten.

Children 

More than one in four school-age children have some form of a vision problem.3 Studies show that 60% of students identified as problem learners have undetected vision troubles.4 Schedule their eye exam once a year.

TIP: Schedule one at the beginning of the school year to give your child a healthy start.

Adults 

Even if you have had laser vision surgery or have naturally good vision, you still need an annual exam. More than four million Americans over the age of 40 have some form of vision impairment. More than two thirds of Americans report experiencing symptoms of digital eye strain.

Schedule your eye exam once a year.

Seniors 

As we age, we’re more susceptible to cataracts, glaucoma, and macular degeneration. Macular degeneration is the leading cause of vision loss and blindness among Americans age 65 and older. Glaucoma affects more than 3 million Americans, but only half are aware they have the disease because the symptoms are so subtle.

Schedule your eye exam once a year.

People with Diabetes

As we age, we’re more susceptible to cataracts, glaucoma, and macular degeneration. Macular degeneration is the leading cause of vision loss and blindness among Americans age 65 and older. Glaucoma affects more than 3 million Americans, but only half are aware they have the disease because the symptoms are so subtle.

Schedule your eye exam once a year.

Contact Lens  

Contact lenses are medical devices. That’s why regular exams with an eye care provider to review your prescription are important.

Schedule your eye exam once a year.