We accept all major health insurance plans, as well as Medicare and Medicaid.

Accepted plans include:

  • Triple S
  • Triple S Advantage
  • MCS
  • MCS Classicare
  • Mapfre
  • Humana Insurance
  • Humana Gold
  • Humana Advantage
  • MSO (MMM y PMC)
  • Constellation
  • First Plus
  • Panamerican

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Some of our treatments are considered by health insurance plans as elective procedures and they are not covered by insurers. For these treatments we offer multiple financing options.

  • CitiHealth – Citibank’s MasterCard credit card for medical needs. It can be paid in installments or a 12-month plan to pay without interest.
  • CareCredit – Credit card for medical needs with option to pay in installments.
  • Cooperativa de Crédito Jesús Obrero – Financing plan which includes membership and purchase of shares for new members.

We also accept all major credit cards and cash. Learn more about the available options during your evaluation appointment.

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Below are some situations in which you should visit an ophthalmologist.

  • You suffered an eye injury.
  • You have symptoms of an eye disease.
      These symptoms include:

    • Blurred or distorted vision, double vision or loss of vision.
    • See floaters (as small spots or black wires), flashing lights or halos around objects.
    • Have a curtain or veil that obstructs vision.
    • Eye problems itself, as a lump in one or both eyes, crossed eyes, excessive tears or changes in the eyelids.
    • Eye pain.
    • You have 40 years or more, it is recommended to perform a full eye exam at age 40. This exam will let know if you are at risk of suffering from an eye disease.

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The American Academy of Ophthalmology recommends eye examinations in the following stages:

Babies (pediatric eye exams that can be performed by a pediatrician, a nurse, a primary care physician, an ophthalmologist).

  • Newly born
  • Before six months
  • Between six months and until the child is big enough to follow instructions and undergo an eye control

Children (pediatric eye exams that can be performed by a pediatrician, a nurse, a pediatric care physician, an ophthalmologist)

  • Between 3 and 4 years
  • Between 4 and 5 years
  • Every 1-2 years after 5 years of age

Adults (complete medical eye exam by an ophthalmologist)

  • Less than 40 years: every 5-10 years
  • Examination of eye diseases at the age of 40. Your ophthalmologist will tell you when to return for follow up exams according to your history and to what is detected in this exam.
  • Between 40 and 54 years: every 2-4 years
  • 55-64 years: every 1-3 years
  • At 65 years and every 1-2 years, or as recommended by your ophthalmologist

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