Medicare Exam Pre-Appointment Steps:

Complete these 2 easy steps for a smooth check-in for your appointment

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STEP 1 : Refraction Form


    We would like to thank you for choosing Lake Havasu Family Eyecare for your Eye Health and Vision needs. We strive to offer the best service and products to all of our patients, and we appreciate your trust in us.

    Medicare is a medical insurance and only covers the medical aspect of your eye examination. Medicare does not have a Vision Plan and does not cover glasses, contact lenses or Refractions.

    A Refraction is the portion of the exam where the Doctor determines if there is any need to change the power of your glasses or contact lenses. It is not always necessary if your current glasses are working well for you, but if you are interested or need new glasses, you will need to have a Refraction before any glasses prescription can be released.

    If you have any questions about this, please feel free to discuss it with your doctor during the examination.

    Eye Refractions

  • Coverage under Medicare
    Medicare does not cover eye refractions.

    The amount you need to pay
    You pay 100% for refractions - $35 at our office

    The part of Medicare that pays for this service or supply
    Not Currently a Medicare Benefit