Find an optometrist on the Momentum Health4Me network
Bloom is committed to helping you find the right medical health professional you need. Momentum Health4Me offers health insurance plans that provide you with access to top-quality, private healthcare services through its network of partner optometrists. Find an optometry outlet from the Momentum Health4Me Gold Optometrist List provided below.
If you are unable to locate a suitable Health4Me optometrist from the Momentum Health4Me Optometry list, or if you need assistance in this regard, please contact us at 0860 10 29 03 or send your benefits and claims queries to firstname.lastname@example.org
What does an optometrist do?
These healthcare professionals are trained to examine, diagnose and treat conditions relating to your eyes. While they are able to perform certain medical treatments and minor surgical procedures related to the eye, the main reason to visit an optometrist is to have your vision checked so you can be prescribed corrective eyeglasses, contact lenses or any other sort of visual aid that will help you see better.
How does an optometrist check your eyes?
The optometrist will need to inspect your inner and outer eye using an ophthalmoscope that is shone through the pupil of your eye. This will pick up any specific eye problems. The optometrist will also evaluate the quality of your vision by testing your eye coordination, long-distance and short-distance vision. They will then prescribe corrective lenses in the form of eyeglasses or contacts based on your individual eye assessment. Should the optometrist pick up any serious eye conditions, like glaucoma, they will refer you to a specialist eye doctor, known as an ophthalmologist.
It’s especially important to book an appointment with an optometrist if you are suffering from any of the following complaints:
- Abnormal or impaired vision, especially if this has occurred over a relatively short space of time. Your vision could be deteriorating and it’s advisable to get a visual aid as soon as possible.
- Persistent eye pain. You could have an underlying condition and an optometrist will be able to evaluate the problem and provide a diagnosis for treatment or refer you to a specialist.
- Headaches. This is often a warning sign of impaired vision. If your eyesight has deteriorated or is failing, this will put a strain on your eyes resulting in painful headaches.
Momentum Health4Me Optometrist Benefits
Optometry Benefits are available for Momentum Health4Me Gold and Silver health insurance plans. Members can visit any optometrist from the Momentum Optometry Network. The benefit, which is available every two years, includes one eye test and one pair of standard, single-vision lenses or a pair of bifocal lenses in a standard frame. Prescription sunglasses and contact lenses are not covered on this benefit. Members are advised to note that a three-month waiting period does apply for this benefit. Check the Momentum Health4Me Gold Optometrist List to find an optometrist and to make an appointment.
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