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Medicare Vision Providers
Wisconsin Eye Doctors Accept Medicare Vision Insurance
Our optometrists take Medicare for specific types of vision care. Not all eye care is covered by Medicare, so it’s important to understand how your Medicare vision coverage works – and we’re here to help.
According to medicare.gov, Medicare Part B covers specific preventive and diagnostic eye exams:
- Eye exams for diabetics – One yearly eye exam for diabetic retinopathy
- Glaucoma tests—One yearly test for patients who are at high risk for glaucoma
- Macular degeneration tests—Specific diagnostic tests & treatments for patients with age-related macular degeneration
We offer free insurance coverage checks and are happy to explain your vision benefits through Medicare Part B or another type of vision insurance we accept. Just stop by any Wisconsin Vision location or get in touch!
Does Medicare cover routine eye exams and eyeglasses?
No. Only patients who meet the criteria for diabetes, glaucoma, or AMD (age-related macular degeneration) can use their Medicare Part B benefits for vision care.