Dr. Thomas Vielma - Your VSP® provider in Irving, Texas
Vision insurance helps with the cost of an eye exam, eye care, eye wear, or other vision related expenses. Your vision insurance policy plan gives you the benefit of being able to receive regular eye exams and eye care. To maximize your eligibility and coverage, we work with VSP®, as well as most of the major medical insurance policies.
Whether you live right here in Irving, or are visiting our eye doctor from Dallas or Fort Worth, our optometrist team can help you get the most out of your vision insurance.
We are happy to work with these quality Medical and Vision Insurance providers: Aetna, Cigna, NVA, VSP, Superior Vision, Humana, UnitedHealthcare, Medicaid, Medicare, and EyeMed.
A vision insurance policy plan like VSP® can help with the cost of an eye exam, eye care, eye wear, or other vision related expenses. The coverage you receive from your vision insurance gives you the benefit of being able to receive regular eye exams that allow you to be proactive in looking after your eyesight.
We currently accept the following vision insurance plans:
- National Vision Administration (NVA)
- Superior Vision
- Eyemed Vision Care
- Blue View Vision
We currently accept the following medical insurance plans:
- United Health Care
- Empire Bcbs
We accept Flex Spending and HSA
Call us today 972-258-2222 to find out more about your eligibility and coverage as well as our insurance plan policies.
If you are in Irving, Dallas or Fort Worth, our VSP® approved eye doctor team is just minutes away.
Routine Vision Coverage
Some individuals are fortunate enough to have "Routine Vision Insurance" through their employer's medical coverage policy. Some plans pay toward the optometric eye exam only, others will sometimes pay towards the contact fitting fee and some even pay toward materials.
If you are uncertain about your benefit eligibility, you will need to check with your human resource department or call your insurance company directly and inquire about eligibility.
Questions you should ask:
- Does my insurance plan provide optometric vision benefits and coverage?
- Can I see the eye doctor of my choice?
- What does my plan allow?
If your medical policy allows you to see any eye doctor of your choice we will verify your coverage, file the claim electronically and accept assignment of benefits for you.
To verify your vision coverage, we will need a phone number for verification of benefits, a group, plan or policy number, the social security number of the insured, member and patient's date of birth, and name of employer. Verification of insurance benefits must be verified 24 hours prior to your appointment.
When you arrive for your appointment we will need a copy of your insurance plan policy card. You will be expected to pay in full the difference in the amount allowed at time of service. If for any reason the insurance company pays less than quoted you will be responsible for any amount unpaid.