1 Kempen JH, O’Colmain BJ, Leske MC, et al. Eye diseases prevalence research group: Causes and prevalence of visual impairment among adults in the United States. Arch Ophthalmol. 2004;122:477-485. Accessed August 6, 2020. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4139275/.

2 The above example is based on a scenario for Aflac vision plan (domicile state) option 2 that includes the following benefit conditions: vision benefit for eye exam of $45, and $175 benefit for new glasses. Benefits may vary by state, benefit option, and level of coverage selected. This example is for illustrative purposes only. Refer to the policy for complete details, definitions, limitations, and exclusions.

Vision – VSN100 series

In Arkansas, Policy VSN100AR. In Idaho, Policy VSN100ID. In New York, Policy NYVSN100. In Oklahoma, Policy VSN100OKR. In Oregon, Policy VSN100OR. In Pennsylvania, Policy VSN100PA. In Texas, Policy VSN100TX. In Virginia, Policy VSN100VA. This is a brief product overview only. Coverage may not be available in all states. Benefits/premium rates may vary based on plan selected. Optional riders are available at an additional cost. The policy has limitations and exclusions that may affect benefits payable. Refer to the policy for complete details, limitations, and exclusions. For costs and complete details of the coverage, please contact your local Aflac agent.

Limitations and Exclusions for residents of Arizona:

The policy contains a 30-day waiting period. If a covered person has an eye disease or disorder, other than one caused by an Injury, diagnosed before coverage has been in force 30 days from the Effective Date of coverage shown in the Policy Schedule, benefits for treatment of that eye disease or disorder will apply only to treatment occurring after two years from the Effective Date of the policy or, at your option, you may elect to void the policy from its beginning and receive a full refund of premium. The 30-day waiting period does not apply to the Eye Examination Benefit or the Vision Correction Benefit.

The policy does not cover losses caused by or resulting from:

  1. Services that are not recommended by an Optometrist, Ophthalmologist, or a Physician.
  2. Cosmetic surgery that is not due to eye disease, disorder, or Injury.
  3. Treatment or diagnosis received while outside the territorial limits of the United States or, if outside the United States, the territorial limits of the place where your policy was issued.
  4. Intentionally self-inflicting bodily Injury or attempting suicide, while sane or insane.

If you change your Vision Correction Benefit option, this benefit will be subject to a new waiting period, if any, beginning with the Effective Date of the new option. YOU ARE ELIGIBLE TO CHANGE YOUR VISION CORRECTION BENEFIT OPTION ONLY ONCE EACH YEAR, WITH THE CHANGE TO BE EFFECTIVE ON YOUR NEXT POLICY ANNIVERSARY DATE.

PRE-EXISTING CONDITION LIMITATIONS: A "Pre-existing Condition" is a disease or disorder for which, within the 12-month period before the Effective Date of coverage, medical advice, consultation, or treatment was recommended or received, or for which symptoms existed that would ordinarily cause a prudent person to seek diagnosis, care, or treatment. Care or treatment caused by a Pre-existing Condition will not be covered unless it begins more than 12 months after the Effective Date of coverage.

Limitations and Exclusions for residents of Idaho

The policy does not cover losses caused by or resulting from:

  1. Services that are not recommended by an Optometrist, Ophthalmologist, or a Physician.
  2. Cosmetic surgery that is not due to eye disease, disorder, or Injury, except that “cosmetic surgery” shall not include reconstructive surgery when the service is incidental to or follows surgery resulting from trauma, infection or other diseases of the involved part, and reconstructive surgery because congenital disease or anomaly of a covered dependent child.
  3. Treatment or diagnosis received while outside the territorial limits of the United States or, if outside the United States, the territorial limits of the place where your policy was issued.
  4. Intentionally self-inflicting bodily Injury or attempting suicide, while sane or insane.

If you change your Vision Correction Benefit option, this benefit will be subject to a new waiting period, if any, beginning with the Effective Date of the new option. YOU ARE ELIGIBLE TO CHANGE YOUR VISION CORRECTION BENEFIT OPTION ONLY ONCE EACH YEAR, WITH THE CHANGE TO BE EFFECTIVE ON YOUR NEXT POLICY ANNIVERSARY DATE.

PRE-EXISTING CONDITION LIMITATIONS: A "Pre-existing Condition" is a disease or disorder for which, within the six month period before the Effective Date of coverage, medical advice, consultation, or treatment was recommended or received. Care or treatment caused by a Pre-existing Condition will not be covered unless it begins more than 12 months after the Effective Date of coverage.

Limitations and Exclusions for residents of New Jersey:

The policy contains a 30-day waiting period. If a covered person has an eye disease or disorder, other than one caused by an Injury, diagnosed before coverage has been in force 30 days from the Effective Date of coverage shown in the Policy Schedule, benefits for treatment of that eye disease or disorder will apply only to treatment occurring after 30 days from the Effective Date of the policy. The 30-day waiting period does not apply to the Eye Examination Benefit or the Vision Correction Benefit.

The policy does not cover losses caused by or resulting from:

  1. Services that are not recommended by an Optometrist, Ophthalmologist, or a Physician.
  2. Cosmetic surgery that is not due to eye disease, disorder, or Injury.
  3. Treatment or diagnosis received while outside the territorial limits of the United States or, if outside the United States, the territorial limits of the place where your policy was issued.
  4. Intentionally self-inflicting bodily Injury or attempting suicide, while sane or insane.

Limitations and Exclusions for residents of Virginia

The policy contains a 30-day waiting period. If a covered person has an eye disease or disorder, other than one caused by an Injury, diagnosed before coverage has been in force 30 days from the Effective Date of coverage shown in the Policy Schedule, benefits for treatment of that eye disease or disorder will apply only to treatment occurring after 30 days from the Effective Date of the policy or, at your option, you may elect to void the policy from its beginning and receive a full refund of premium. The 30-day waiting period does not apply to the Eye Examination Benefit or the Vision Correction Benefit.

The policy does not cover losses caused by or resulting from:

  1. Services that are not recommended by an Optometrist, Ophthalmologist, or a Physician.
  2. Cosmetic surgery that is not due to eye disease, disorder, or Injury.
  3. Treatment or diagnosis received while outside the territorial limits of the United States or, if outside the United States, the territorial limits of the place where your policy was issued.
  4. Intentionally self-inflicting bodily Injury or attempting suicide, while sane or insane.

If you change your Vision Correction Benefit option, this benefit will be subject to a new waiting period, if any, beginning with the Effective Date of the new option. YOU ARE ELIGIBLE TO CHANGE YOUR VISION CORRECTION BENEFIT OPTION ONLY ONCE EACH YEAR, WITH THE CHANGE TO BE EFFECTIVE ON YOUR NEXT POLICY ANNIVERSARY DATE.