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At Maplewood EyeCare Center, our goal is promote good eye health and enable you to have the clearest vision possible. We accept several types of Medical and vision insurance, cash, checks, and most credit cards.

Medical Insurance

We are providers for Medicare, Blue Cross Blue Shield, Tricare, Medicaid and many other medical insurance providers. Some typically covered medical diagnosis’ are cataracts, glaucoma, infections, allergies, dry eyes, retina and corneal disease etc. We treat all of these conditions and more. Medical insurance customarily requires a medical diagnosis and will not cover glasses. Your exam may result in unknown requirements for supplemental medical testing and treatment. If you require a breakdown of costs, please let us know.

Vision Insurance

The knowledgeable staff at Maplewood EyeCare Center is experienced in working with vision insurance providers. We will work directly with you and your vision insurer to submit claims regarding your vision care. We strive to ensure that you understand your insurance coverage and will answer any questions you may have regarding your benefits. Many current vision plans are designed to cover many of the basic vision-related costs, but not all costs associated with eye care. Most plans often require a co-payment for an office appointment as well as additional costs that are not covered by the vision plan. Vision plans do not cover care for medical issues such as allergy, infections or dry eyes.

Contact our office at 940-696-0296 to find out if your insurance provider is accepted in our office.

Flexible Spending Accounts

Many employers are offering Flexible Spending Account (FSA) options to employees. Sometimes these are referred o as cafeteria plans and are elective, supplemental insurance savings plans. These plans are designed to let you save money in an account, pre-tax, to pay for additional medical expenses such as eye exams, glasses, contacts, and often laser vision surgery. Check with the benefits administrator at your work to see if you are eligible for this program. FSAs can typically be used in conjunction with any vision insurance plan to offset any out-of-pocket costs on your behalf.

Other Payment Options

Our staff understands that cost is a concern when evaluating eye care providers. We do not want cost to be an obstacle to maintaining proper eye health and good vision. We accept various forms of payment and are able to discuss financing options with you prior to any examination. At Maplewood EyeCare Center, we also accept cash, check, Care Credit and all major credit cards. Call 940-696-0296 today to schedule your eye exam. Our goal is promote good eye health and enable you to have the clearest vision possible.

New Patients Receive 15% OFF Second Pair of Complete Glasses!

Office Hours

Monday:

8:00 am-5:00 pm

Tuesday:

8:00 am-5:00 pm

Wednesday:

8:00 am-5:00 pm

Thursday:

8:00 am-5:00 pm

Friday:

8:30 am-12:00 pm

Saturday:

Closed

Sunday:

Closed

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