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Wisconsin Vision Eye Doctors Accept Avesis Insurance
Optometrists at Wisconsin Vision take Avesis insurance for eye exams, glasses, and contacts at all our eye care centers statewide. As in-network Avesis providers, we’ll help you make the most of your Avesis vision benefits.
You don’t even need your Avesis ID card to use your benefits or get a coverage check with us. We just need your name and date of birth to verify your Avesis benefits for vision care.
Avesis lets you choose any eye doctor you like, though you’ll get greater value out of your benefits by going with an in-network Avesis provider like Wisconsin Vision (plus you won’t have to fill out a claim form).
It’s easy to use your Avesis benefits for eye exams, glasses or contacts. Choose one of our locations, request a coverage check, then schedule an eye exam. If any questions come up during your appointment, we’re here to help.
Avesis Vision Benefits
What does Avesis Vision cover?
Your vision benefits depend on the type of Avesis vision plan you have. Typically, Avesis vision insurance benefits cover the cost of an annual comprehensive eye exam, and either prescription glasses or contact lenses if you require vision correction.
We’re happy to do a coverage check and explain exactly what your Avesis vision plan covers. Just call or visit any Wisconsin Vision store to get started!
We take most vision plans and also accept CareCredit, FSA (flex dollars) and HSA to make it easier to manage out-of-pocket expenses. Whether you have vision insurance or not, we'll help you get the best value in eye care and eyewear.
Avesis Vision Coverage
How much does Avesis cover for glasses?
According to their website, Avesis covers 100% of the cost of a vision exam and prescription optical lenses when you choose an in-network provider like Wisconsin Vision.
Eyeglass frames are also covered by a frame allowance (amount varies by plan). Lens treatments (like anti-glare, blue light blocking) are not covered, but there may be discounts available to Avesis members.
Avesis covers standard prescription lenses including single-vision, lined bifocal and trifocal lenses in plastic or glass. Specialty lenses (like progressives, photochromatic, or high-index lenses) are available to plan members at a discounted rate.
Does Avesis cover contact lenses?
If you need vision correction but don’t want to wear glasses, Avesis Vision covers contact lenses and a contact lens fitting instead of prescription eyeglasses. The allowance for elective contacts is typically between $110-$130 but may vary depending on which plan you have.
Find an Avesis vision provider in Wisconsin
Wisconsin Vision eye doctors take Avesis insurance at all 26 of our eye care centers, making it easy to find an Avesis provider in Wisconsin’s largest metro areas: