Vision

Vision coverage is offered through Superior Vision. You can start participating on the first of the month after your date of hire (or on the first if your date of hire is the first). For more details, see the Certificate of Coverage.

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How the Plan Works

The vision plan provides benefits for routine eye care, including comprehensive eye exams, frames and lenses, and contact lenses.

You can see any provider, but you’ll save money if you use a Superior Vision provider.

You have the convenience of ordering glasses and contacts online.

Vision Benefits at a Glance

Here’s a look at what’s covered and what you pay.

In NetworkOut of Network1
You Pay
Eye Exams (every 12 months)rowlabel
Ophthalmologist$10 copayAll amounts over $42 allowance
Optometrist$10 copayAll amounts over $37 allowance
Eyeglass Lenses2 (every 12 months)rowlabel
Single$10 copayAll amounts over $32 (per pair)
Bifocal$10 copayAll amounts over $46 (per pair)
Trifocal$10 copayAll amounts over $61 (per pair)
Lenticular$10 copayAll amounts over $84 (per pair)
Eyeglass Frames2 (every 12 months)rowlabel
Frames$10 copay, then all amounts over $150 allowance3All amounts over $81
Contact Lenses2 (in lieu of eyeglasses and frames)rowlabel
Contact Lenses Fitting4 Standard: $25 copay
Specialty: $25 copay, plus all amounts over $50 allowance
Full retail costs (not covered)
Medically Necessary$0 copayAll amounts over $210 allowance
ElectiveAll amounts over $130 allowanceAll amounts over $100 allowance

1 When you use an out-of-network provider, you must first get an authorization number from the provider. You will pay all costs upfront and then submit your itemized receipt and authorization number for reimbursement.
2 Once in a 12-month period, you may receive benefits for eyeglasses/frames or contact lenses, but not both in the same year.
3 You will get a 20% discount on all amounts over the plan allowance.
4 Standard contact lens fitting applies to a current contact lens user who wears disposable, daily wear or extended wear lenses only. Specialty contact lens fitting applies to new contact wearers and/or a member who wear toric, gas permeable or multi-focal lenses.

LASIK Surgery Discounts

Superior Vision has a nationwide network of independent refractive surgeons and partnerships with leading LASIK networks that offer members a discount. These discounts range from 10%-50%.

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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Will I get a vision ID card?

Yes. You will receive a vision ID card when you enroll for the first time. If you need a replacement card, contact Superior Vision at 800‑507‑3800. You can also request a replacement card or print a card at superiorvision.com.

What’s the difference between an optometrist and an ophthalmologist?

An optometrist is an eye doctor who can perform eye exams and vision tests, as well as prescribe and fit eyeglasses and contact lenses.

An ophthalmologist is a medical doctor who specializes in eye care. Ophthalmologists can diagnose and treat eye disease, perform eye surgery, and prescribe and fit eyeglasses and contact lenses.

Your 2022 Vision Biweekly Benefit Deductions

Vision Plan
Employee Only$3.51
Employee Plus Children$5.67
Employee Plus Spouse$7.53
Employee Plus Family$10.33

Find a Provider

Visit superiorvision.com and click on “Find an Eye Care Professional.” Enter your location and select “Insurance Through Your Employer.” Select a distance range for your provider search and then pick the Superior National network. You can also enter your current provider’s name. After you select a provider, call the office to confirm their network participation. Not all eye care professionals at each office or optical store are considered in-network eye care professionals.