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Routine eye exams are typically not covered by insurance, but coverage can vary greatly depending on your plan and additional vision policies. If you have an eye health problem such as glaucoma, your medical insurance will cover your visit.
Consultations with allergists and blood and skin tests are usually covered by insurance and require only a copay ranging from $20 to $40.
In general, eye exams will be available at Tucson-area urgent care centers, retail clinics, primary care doctor offices, local pharmacies, optometrists, ophthalmologists and opticians offices. While walk-in appointments are typically available, booking a visit online will reduce your wait time and ensure you get your eyes checked out as soon as possible.
Regardless of the kind of doctor you are looking for for an eye exam, Solv can help you book an appointment. Simply search for Tucson-area eye doctors, find a provider, and book the most convenient time for you. Be sure to include any pertinent issues you are dealing with and include “eye exam” as your reason for visit.
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You can receive an eye exam with an ophthalmologist, an optometrist, or an optician. Ophthalmologists are highly specialized medical doctors usually certified to perform eye surgery. Optometrists are generally not licensed to perform surgery, but they can prescribe glasses, contacts, and other therapies to correct vision. Opticians fit, adjust and repair glasses, and teach patients how to apply and care for contact lenses.
Experts recommend every adult aged 18 to 60 receive a comprehensive eye exam at least every two years. Children with risk factors, such as premature or low-weight birth, developmental delays, crossed eyes or a family history of disease, should be tested immediately and more often.
Children should receive an eye exam at six months and three years of age, and before starting school. Children with risk factors, such as premature or low-weight birth, developmental delays, crossed eyes or a family history of disease, should be tested immediately and more often. Experts recommend every adult aged 18 to 60 receive a comprehensive eye exam at least every two years.
While a thorough eye exam cannot be performed over video, your doctor can evaluate you or your child for most concerns, such as redness, itching, dryness or other basic concerns using telemedicine. They can discuss a care plan, prescribe eye drops, and recommend an in-person visit if deemed necessary, all while you are safe and comfortable at home in Tucson.