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How do I use my Surency Vision Benefits?

Are you a new Surency Vision member? Welcome! Here's a quick guide on how to get started using your benefits: Locate an in-network vision provider, or check to see if your current provider is in our network. Why does the provider need to be "in-network"?…

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Diabetic Eye Disease

Diabetes can cause a wide range of problems that need to be tracked to be controlled, but did you know it is the leading cause of new cases of blindness in adults according to Prevent Blindness America? Here are four different eye diseases that those with…

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How do my eyes work?

Opening your eyes when you wake up in the morning, you don’t think about all the things going on that contribute to your ability to see. The American Optometric Association (AOA) explains how our eyes work: First, light reflects off of an object, entering…

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September: Healthy Aging Month - Tips for Healthy Vision

September is Healthy Aging Month. No matter what your age, it's easy to take care of your eyes to avoid vision loss! By simply having a comprehensive dilated eye exam, your eye care professional can identify eye diseases in early stages, hopefully before any…

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Glossary of Vision Terms

Confused by vision insurance terms? Use this glossary to learn some of the common vision terminology that you might come across. Anti-Reflective Coating - A common lens coating that allows more light to pass through, eliminating reflections from the surface…

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Protect Your Child’s Vision

Nearly 80% of children's learning comes through the eyes, so it's important that any vision problems are corrected early. Children should first be seen by an eye doctor at around 6 months of age, at 3 years old, before first grade, and then yearly, depending…

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What to expect at a comprehensive eye exam

Eye exams can help catch eye diseases early - increasing your chances of maintaining good eye health for all stages of life. How often should you get an eye exam? Age Frequency* Birth-24 months At 6 months of age 2-5…

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Choosing the Right Sunglasses

You wear sunscreen to protect your skin from the sun, but what protects your eyes? When it comes to sunglasses, there are endless choices. How do you know which pair provides the best eye protection? According to the American Optometric Association, in order…

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Healthy Food Choices Aid Eye Health

Maintaining a healthy diet is beneficial for your eyes. Depending on your age and health condition, certain foods and vitamins are important. The American Academy of Ophthalmology recommends these foods to keep your adult eyes healthy: Kale, spinach,…

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The Importance of Adult Eye Exams

Adults ages 20-40  Individuals in this stage of life don’t often experience significant eye changes. Lens and contact prescriptions may need slight tweaks but as a whole, refractive errors (near- and farsightedness) do not change much. To keep your eyes…

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