Direct Insurance Company Billing
Certain insurance companies allow direct billing for eye exams, glasses and contact lenses that can be done electronically. Read More
Alberta Health Care
Alberta Health covers annual eye exams for children from ages 0-18 and for adults aged 65 and up. Read More
Alberta Optical Assistance for Seniors
The Optical Assistance for Seniors program reimburses seniors up to $230 every three years for prescription eyeglasses. Read More
Saskatchewan Health Care
Saskatchewan Health Care allows every child between the ages of 0 and 17 to receive an annual complete eye examination. Read More
Fribbit® & Eye See… Eye Learn®
Eye See… Eye Learn® (ESEL) is a children’s vision initiative funded by Alberta Health Services and is designed to ensure that eye health and/or vision problems are not a factor in preventing children from reaching their maximum learning potential. Read More
Please print and fill out the form if any information has changed from the last time you visited our office or if you are a new patient. Read More
Alberta Health covers annual eye exams for children from ages 0-18 and for adults aged 65 and up.
Alberta Health now also covers Albertans of all ages for visits related to medical eye problems, such as eye infections, trauma, eye diseases, or other medical eye related concerns.
During these visits, Alberta Health does allow the glasses prescription to be checked, and only relevant testing will be done (this is NOT a full exam). If you have any concerns about your eye health or vision that you feel needs attention, other than needing glasses, Alberta Health will often, but not always, cover this examination.
Examples of such problems include eye trauma, conjunctivitis (pink eye), eye infections, ocular allergies, feeling something in the eye, seeing floaters or flashes of light in your vision, eye pain and so forth.
Alberta Health also realizes the benefit of annual dilated health examinations for those with diabetes of any age. Alberta Health will pay for these visits as well. During these visits, the glasses prescription will not be checked. Our doctors will then send a report to your family doctor informing them about the presence or absence of diabetic related problems in the eye.
***These types of visits are separate from your regular complete eye examination (which Alberta Health does not cover for those between ages 19 and 64). If you have diabetes, please call today to book an annual dilated eye examination.
Currently, Alberta Health does not cover the cost of glasses unless you meet certain criteria. If you are over the age of 65, Alberta Health will possibly contribute a certain amount towards glasses depending on your income.
The Optical Assistance for Seniors program reimburses seniors up to $230 every three years for prescription eyeglasses.
You Must …
If you have not applied for the Alberta Seniors Benefit Program:
Please print the application for from www.seniors.gov.ab.ca or call 1-800-642-3853 and submit the application to:
Seniors Services Division
Box 3100, Station main
Edmonton, Alberta, T5J 4W3
As an added service to you, where possible, we direct bill for eye exams, glasses, and contact lenses.
We always direct bill Alberta Heath Care and Saskatchewan Health Care for those that are eligible.
As for insurance companies, only those listed below allow direct billing for eye exams, glasses, and contact lenses.
We can submit a billing claim to the companies below, but payment will go to the insured member, therefore payment in full is required at time services are rendered.
Eye See… Eye Learn® (ESEL) is a children’s vision initiative funded by Alberta Health designed to ensure eye health and/or vision problems are not a factor in preventing children from reaching their maximum learning potential.
The success of the ESEL program relies on the involvement of both parents and teachers. Each fall, kindergarten teachers send a parent information package home with each of their students. Parents are encouraged to book an appointment for their child to have their eyes examined. The program has gained endorsement from every public and separate and Francophone school division in Alberta.
Due to the generous donations of industry sponsors we are able to offer to kindergarten children from participating school divisions – one Free pair of eyeglasses if they are prescribed by an eye doctor.
Please print and fill out the appropriate form below if any information has changed from the last time you visited our office or if you are a new patient this allows for a quicker check in for your appointment.
20/20 Vision Care can direct bill some insurance companies for exams, contacts and glasses.
We can also direct bill Alberta Heath Care and Saskatchewan Health Care for those that are eligible
Listed below are additional Claim Forms that you can print and bring in for claiming your exam or purchases. These insurance companies do not allow any direct billing. For your convenience we provide their forms below:
Please make sure you bring all your information in and present it before placing or paying for an order.
Should you have any questions please feel free to contact our office.
Saskatchewan Health Care allows every child between the ages of 0 and 17 to receive an annual complete eye examination.
Saskatchewan Health Care also covers the cost of most emergency medical eye related visits. Additionally, Saskatchewan covers the cost of all eye examinations for those with diabetes, no matter their age. This exam includes a complete examination, including the glasses prescription, as well as a dilated ocular health examination and specialized imaging. Other than the above mentioned circumstances, currently there is no coverage for routine examinations for seniors or adults.