We're too small to have an insurance department, but some insurance will fully or partially reimburse you. Please contact your insurance provider directly for instructions on how to get reimbursed through your plan. You can also use an HSA or FSA to pay for the purchase on our website, if your account has a purchase card. Another option may be to contact your eye care provider.
Some medical insurance will cover, some will only cover if pre-authorized, some will only cover if a doctor prescribes the tint. It is the same situation with Vision Insurance – some might, depending on their authorization method. You can usually get it reimbursed through an HSA, FSA, HRA, or other “Cafeteria Plan” Tax-Exempt Health Account. In some cases, knowing the insurance billing code makes a difference.
This is the code we recommend: 2012 HCPCS V2745 Addition to lens; tint, any color, solid, gradient or equal, excludes photochromatic, any lens material, per lens As always, please contact your insurance provider for specific information about your plan coverage. If your particular plan won’t cover it, you might be able to get it covered by having our tint applied by your vision doctor/local optical shop. The doctor can coordinate with us to have your prescription made with our tint, and bill accordingly. National chains such as Lenscrafters have set materials contracts and typically cannot work with independent lens vendors.