Dakota Vision Center accepts most insurance and vision plans; the most common are listed below. If you do not see your plan listed, please contact our office and ask to speak with one of our insurance and billing staff.
Navigating through the insurance maze is not an easy task. While we will do all that we can to help make dealing with insurance as painless as possible, it is important to remember that the policy, plan, and coverage is a contract between you and your insurance carrier. Please bring your current insurance cards to each appointment so that we may verify your billing information. Co-pays are due at the time of service.
Health Insurance vs. Vision Insurance
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VSP, EyeMed, Davis Vision, Optilegra, Vision Benefits of America.
Avera Health Plans, Blue Cross/Shield, DakotaCare, Humana, Medica, Medicaid (SD), Medicare Part B, Sanford Health Plans, United Health Care.
The 20/20 Program is a free eye care program that is offered to local business owners as an alternative to vision insurance. At Dakota Vision Center, we understand that employers are often unable to provide employees with vision coverage because of the high costs associated with medical insurance. The 20/20 Program is designed to help employers provide their employees with a vision benefit. For more information on the 20/20 Program contact one of our insurance/billing staff members.
Dakota Vision Center accepts CareCredit. CareCredit is a financing option that is used for anything medical, including co-pays and outstanding balances. It functions similar to a credit card. For more information, go to CareCredit.com or come into the office and we can help you with the application process.