Yes, the majority of people in America do NOT have vision insurance coverage - they pay cash for the exam and the glasses or contacts.
by mbrcatz - 8 hours ago
Yes. You would have to pay money for the optometrist's services. The place I went charged me $50. It might be more at Lenscrafters.
by StephenWeinstein - 8 hours ago
Yeah, why wouldnt you be able to? You just pay in full for the services provided.
by Burt's Bees - 8 hours ago
by David14 - 8 hours ago
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