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Eye Boutique Accepts Spectera Vision Insurance
Out eye doctors take Spectera for eye exams, eyeglasses and contacts. Not sure what your Spectera Vision plan covers? We're happy to look into it for you. Just visit or call one of our stores for a free benefits check.
Get the most from your Spectera vision benefits
Our opticians work with vision insurance companies all the time. They know the strategies insurers use to keep their own costs down, and how to help patients maximize the value of their vision benefits.
We'll gladly review all your options with you so you can make the best eye care choices for yourself and your family.
What does Spectera Vision coverage include?
Benefits, including copays and discounts, vary by plan. In general, Spectera Vision covers a yearly eye exam and provides an allowance for eyeglass frames and lenses or contact lenses.
An example of how Spectera coverage can work:
- One comprehensive eye exam per 12-month period with a $10 copay
- $130 allowance for eyeglass frames (plus a 30% discount on overage)
- Standard single vision, bifocal or trifocal prescription lenses with a $25 copay
- Standard scratch-resistant lens treatment
- Discounts on specialty optical lenses (like progressives) or other lens coatings (like anti-glare)
- Discounts up to 20% on additional pairs of glasses or prescription sunglasses once your benefits for the year have been used
We'll help you see your Spectera vision benefits clearly & make the most of your coverage.
Does Spectera cover contacts?
Your vision benefits from Spectera may cover a contact lens exam and fitting, two follow-up appointments, and contact lenses selected from approved brands. There may also be discounts available for additional types of contact lenses.
Our optometrists are in-network providers for Spectera Vision. Visit one of our stores for free coverage analysis and we’ll show you how to maximize your Spectera benefits at Eye Boutique.
Is Spectera part of UnitedHealthCare Vision?
Vision insurance through UnitedHealthCare is provided by the Spectera Eyecare Network, the second biggest eye care network nationwide.
Spectera is owned and operated by UnitedHealthCare.
What’s the difference between UnitedHealthCare Vision and Spectera Vision?
The UnitedHealthCare medical networks include eye doctors for vision emergencies.
Spectera Vision was created to establish a clear division between medical emergency eye doctors and routine eye care.
All providers in the Spectera Eyecare Network also take UnitedHealthCare vision insurance. Eye Boutique accepts United HealthCare vision insurance and Spectera vision insurance at all locations. (To provide the highest level of service to our patients, we accept most types of vision insurance.)
Find a Spectera Vision provider near you
Our eye doctors take Spectera Vision insurance at all our Chicago-area eye clinics: