Insurance & Payment Information
Bellevue, Kirkland, & Seattle

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We Accept Insurance Savings!

Healthcare is always changing, and so is insurance. It is a tricky thing, don’t worry, we would love to help you understand it better.

We accept almost all major insurance savings plans, but rarely is your visit 100% covered. You may need to pay into your deductible or pay co-insurance. We always strive to help simplify the process and make you aware of all charges ahead of time so that you can make the best decision regarding your finances.

Have a medical issue but don’t have vision insurance? No problem. If there is a medical diagnosis that applies to your visit (cataracts, diabetes, dry eyes, allergies, etc.) we will bill your medical insurance.

If your insurance requires a referral beforehand, please let us know.

Our contracts with insurance companies include:

  • AARP
  • Aetna
  • Blue Cross Blue Shield
  • Cigna
  • First Choice
  • GEHA, Group Health
  • Group Health Options
  • HMA
  • HealthNet
  • Humana
  • Lifewise
  • Medicare
  • NW Administrators
  • Premera Blue Cross
  • Puget Sound Electrical Worker
  • Quinault Employee Health Plan
  • Regence
  • Samish Indian Health
  • The Mohegan Tribe
  • Tricare (with prior authorization)
  • Trusteed Plans Service Corp.
  • United Healthcare
  • VSP
  • Western Teamsters Welfare Trust
  • Zenith

For more information about the insurance coverage we accept, get in touch with our office.

Our Locations

Bellevue

Steps away from beautiful Bellevue Square Mall, our office is conveniently located just off the I-405 on 106 Avenue NE.

  • 225 106 Ave. NE
  • Bellevue, WA 98004

Kirkland

Next to the Evergreen Hospital, our convenient location is on NE 128 Street, just off the I-405.

  • 11830 NE 128 St., Suite 1
  • Kirkland, WA 98034

Seattle

Only blocks from Pike Place Market, our office is on the corner of 4th Avenue and Stewart Street.

  • 1911 4th Ave.
  • Seattle, WA 98101

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Our Expert Blog

Ortho-K: The Pros & Cons

Children’s healthMyopiaPediatrics

Today, there are many ways to correct vision for people of all ages. This includes specialty contact lenses like ortho-k that are often used to help manage myopia and provide clear sight for those with corneal irregularities. We’re here to let you in on a secret: the truth is, adults and children feel amazing about […]

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May 13, 2022
Dr. David Kading

What is Myopia Management?

Children’s healthMyopiaPediatrics

Myopia, also known as nearsightedness, affects the ability to see objects in the distance clearly. It typically begins at a young age and often progresses into adulthood. Routine eye exams are capable of diagnosing this issue, and early intervention can prevent it from progressing into more severe vision issues, like high myopia. Myopia management, or […]

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April 7, 2022
Dr. David Kading

What Is iLux & How Does It Treat Dry Eye?

Dry Eye

When you think of dry eye disease, you should also think of your tear film.  Your tear film is at the center of your eye comfort—it hydrates and soothes your eyes while also protecting them from bacteria with the help of multiple unique ingredients. One of these ingredients is oil produced by your meibomian glands, […]

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March 17, 2022
Dr. David Kading
A woman holding an Ortho-K lens between her fingers

Today, there are many ways to correct vision for people of all ages. This includes specialty contact lenses like ortho-k that are often used to help manage myopia and provide clear sight for those with corneal irregularities. We’re here to let you in on a secret: the truth is, adults and children feel amazing about […]

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A young woman holding a pair of glasses in front of her

Myopia, also known as nearsightedness, affects the ability to see objects in the distance clearly. It typically begins at a young age and often progresses into adulthood. Routine eye exams are capable of diagnosing this issue, and early intervention can prevent it from progressing into more severe vision issues, like high myopia. Myopia management, or […]

Read More…

Person receiving ilux dry eye treatment

When you think of dry eye disease, you should also think of your tear film.  Your tear film is at the center of your eye comfort—it hydrates and soothes your eyes while also protecting them from bacteria with the help of multiple unique ingredients. One of these ingredients is oil produced by your meibomian glands, […]

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