Aetna VisionSM Preferred plans
A simple vision plan that makes taking care of your eyes easy.
You get coverage for eye exams, glasses, contact lenses
It has practically no lens or frame restrictions.
So you have a lot to choose from without ever paying full price.
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Choose from online, independent and retail providers, including:
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Save even more with discounts and exclusive special offers.
Choice, convenience, and savings with Aetna VisionSM Preferred.
Exclusions That Apply to Vision Care Insurance Coverage
Not every vision care service or supply is covered by the plan, even if prescribed, recommended, or approved by your physician. The plan covers only those services and supplies that are included in the What the Plan Covers section. Charges made for the following are not covered. In addition, some services are specifically limited or excluded. This section describes expenses that are not covered or subject to special limitations.
These vision exclusions are in addition to the exclusions listed under your medical coverage.
Any charges in excess of the benefit, dollar, or supply limits stated in this Booklet-Certificate.
Any exams given during your stay in a hospital or other facility for medical care.
An eye exam, or any part of an eye exam, performed for the purpose of the fitting of contact lenses.
Drugs or medicines.
Eye surgery for the correction of vision, including radial keratotomy, LASIK and similar procedures.
For prescription sunglasses or light sensitive lenses in excess of the amount which would be covered for non-tinted lenses. For an eye exam which:
- Is required by an employer as a condition of employment; or
- An employer is required to provide under a labor agreement; or
- Is required by any law of a government.
Prescription or over-the-counter drugs or medicines.
Special vision procedures, such as orthoptics, vision therapy or vision training.
Vision services or supplies which do not meet professionally accepted standards.
Tinting of eyeglass lenses.
Duplicate or spare eyeglasses or lenses or frames for them.
Lenses and frames furnished or ordered because of an eye exam that was done before the date the person becomes covered.
Replacement of lost, stolen or broken prescription lenses or frames.
Special supplies such as nonprescription sunglasses and subnormal vision aids.
Vision services that are covered in whole or in part:
- Under any other part of this plan; or
- Under any other plan of group benefits provided by the policyholder; or
- Under any workers’ compensation law or any other law of like purpose.