Get the Care You Want, When You Need It*
Help pay for your family's vision care with the CareCredit healthcare card. Use your credit card to pay for:
- Glasses and sunglasses
- Contact lenses
- And more
CareCredit is the healthcare credit card designed exclusively for healthcare services with special financing options.*
Whether it's a routine checkup or a LASIK procedure, you shouldn't have to worry about how to get the best eye care.
CareCredit can also be used for dental work, cosmetic treatments, trips to the veterinarian and in other healthcare specialties at enrolled providers. You can even use it for co-payments and deductibles.*
With CareCredit you can choose to reserve your cash and free up your general-purpose credit cards for other expenses. Once you have CareCredit, you can use it as often as you want, without reapplying, as long as you have available credit. CareCredit is accepted at more than 200,000 providers nationwide.
Learn more by visiting www.carecredit.com, or contacting our office.
Ready to apply? Apply Online for your CareCredit card today.
*Subject to credit approval. Minimum monthly payments required. Visit www.carecredit.com for details.
WHAT CAN YOU PURCHASE WITH CARECREDIT?
Article Reposted from CareCredit here.
"From classrooms and the office to sports and driving, your eyes face many different environments in a day. Sometimes, eyeglass lenses specifically designed for those situations can give a boost to your visual clarity, eye safety and overall enjoyment —as in the examples below.
Sports call for eyewear that enhances vision, protects your eyes and stays securely (and comfortably) in place during physical activity. Look for shatterproof lenses, such as impact-resistant polycarbonate or Trivex®. An anti-fog coating and a sport-specific tint (see sidebar) can add further clarity. Wrap-around styles may stay in place better. You can even find prescription swimming goggles!
If you spend hours staring at a computer screen, you’re at risk for eye strain, blurred vision, red eyes, headaches and even sore muscles. Looking at a fixed distance for extended periods makes it harder to focus at other distances, while reading on a screen is harder on your eyes than reading on paper. Plus, if you’re adjusting your body position to look through the bottom of your bifocals, you might be causing strain on your neck, shoulders and back.
To overcome these issues, look for lenses optimized for intermediate-distance viewing. An anti-reflective coating and specialized tints can help reduce glare from overhead lighting and block short-wavelength light from your computer, all of which can enhance contrast and reduce eye strain.
Studies have shown that sun glare is a major factor in many automobile accidents. To reduce it, while increasing contrast for both night and daylight driving, consider polarized lenses or those with an anti-reflective coating. You might also pack a pair of prescription sunglasses (see sidebar).
Whether you’re working a construction site or tooling around your home workshop, certain situations call for safety glasses. For maximum eye protection, look for highly durable materials in the frame and lenses, such as impact-resistant polycarbonate and Trivex. Spring hinges on your glasses can further enhance durability. Also look for eyewear with expanded coverage, such as top and side shields, wrap-around styles or goggles.
Fun & fashion
Sometimes you want an extra pair of glasses just for fun! With the many designer styles available today, it’s easy to create your own eyewear wardrobe to match an event, an outfit or just your mood."