Key to review the most vulnerable in the family
It is key to review the vision of the most vulnerable in the family. There are times when it is important to have a vision plan, when we have children between 2 and 5 years old, or when we reach the third age.
Finding a vision failure early in childhood can be the difference between a simple correction with glasses or the emergence of major problems that can only be solved in the long term. Many children have learning difficulties due to vision problems that have never been treated.
By having a vision insurance plan we are more committed to taking our children to the ophthalmologist’s office, where after a routine examination the doctor can detect those signs that indicate a problem exists.
The typical case is hyperopia, which is a very difficult pathology to diagnose. Children who suffer from it have learning difficulties because they perceive all the blurred images and are not aware of this defect. Only an ophthalmologist can help that child see clearly the world around him.
For their part, older people are prone to diseases as common as glaucoma, cataracts, diabetes, or degeneration of the macula; all of them can cause vision loss. However, if detected early, they are easy to correct with treatments or simple interventions.
Most vision plans cover one medical exam per year with very small copays, free glasses, and contacts. It is key to review the vision of the most vulnerable in the family.
Call Univista Insurance and purchase vision insurance for your family.