Who is in the Guardian Vision Network?
To ensure we meet your specific needs, offer Guardian Vision with the choice of three networks: VSP, Davis Vision and Avesis. Our plans give you thousands of doctors to choose from in convenient locations. We provide fast, accurate, online service so you can access information quickly and easily.
Is Guardian VSP the same as VSP?
Powered by VSP, Guardian Direct vision insurance includes an annual Well Vision Exam® in every plan for just $15 when you visit a doctor in the VSP network. Plus, one pair of glasses or contacts are covered up to your plan allowance each year after a $25 copay.
What kind of insurance do you need for glasses?
Vision insurance typically includes coverage for annual exams, lenses, frames, and contacts.
Who is VSP owned by?
—Eye Designs, LLC, a leader in the manufacturing of custom ophthalmic environments and optical display systems, has acquired the remaining shares of its business from VSP Global for an undisclosed amount. Eye Designs had been partially owned by VSP Global since VSP's acquisition of Marchon Eyewear in 2008.
Is Guardian the same as Davis Vision?
To ensure we meet your specific needs, offer Guardian Vision with the choice of three networks: VSP, Davis Vision and Avesis. Our plans give you thousands of doctors to choose from in convenient locations.
Can I use VSP at Costco?
Can You Use VSP at Costco Online? Yes. Regardless of how you purchase your eyewear or eye care through Costco Optical, you will be able to submit your reimbursement claim through VSP.
Can I get two pairs of glasses with VSP?
All members receive 20% off unlimited additional pairs of glasses from any VSP doctor within 12 months of last eye exam.
How does insurance work with eyeglasses?
Vision insurance gives you defined costs for your vision care. Most plans will give you a flat copay for an exam, typically about $10. You'll also have an allowance to spend on frames and a flat copay for lenses. The lens copay amount will vary depending on the type of lens you need (bifocal, trifocal, coatings, etc.).
Does insurance cover a pair of glasses?
Vision insurance can make eye care more affordable. It typically covers eye exams, as well as products to correct vision, such as prescription glasses, sunglasses and contact lenses. Some vision insurance plans also offer discounts on LASIK and other elective vision correction surgery.
How much do prescription glasses cost?
The average cost of glasses without insurance is $242, according to statistics from VSP. That's for frames only. For basic, single lenses, it's $113. That means the total will run you on average about $351 for a complete pair of glasses if you don't have vision insurance.
How long does it take target to make glasses?
How long will it take for my glasses to arrive? Orders require some processing time before they can be shipped; prescription eyewear typically takes 7 days to process once a prescription has been verified. For frame orders without a prescription, it usually takes 1-2 days to process.
Are glasses made by the same company?
As an Optician I am routinely asked, “Are all glasses made by the same company?” For a while this seemed like a very true statement, “Are all glasses made by the same company?” The reputations that most of the biggest brand name eyeglasses companies out there are all manufactured by
is no longer true.