Home Health Benefits for dentistry and eyesight

Benefits for dentistry and eyesight

Dental and visual service coverage is available through the following options:

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Dental benefits

Tooth discount benefits for students enrolled on the Columbia Plan

Students enrolled in the Columbia Plan will have access to covered preventive dental services and at special discounted rates for other dental needs through Columbia Doctors Dentistry.

The Columbia Plan includes:

  • One routine examination per planned year
  • X-rays as needed and during the routine examination
  • One tooth cleaning (prophylaxis) per plan year
  • Assessment of emergency dental diseases
  • A surcharge of USD 20 per visit
  • 10 percent discount on self-payment fees for additional services

These dental services are operated by Columbia Doctors Dentistry and are not owned or administered by Aetna Student Health.

Locations

Aetna Dental PPO-Plan

Aetna Student Health offers a Plan der Dental Preferred Provider Organization (PPO) to Columbia University students and their eligible dependents for the 2020-21 academic year. Participation in this voluntary dental plan is open to all enrolled students and their eligible dependents.

How to log in:

Registration for the planning year 2020-2021 is closed. The next option to request enrollment is for autumn 2021, with insurance cover valid from August 15, 2021.

Bonus:

Aetna Student Zahntarif Tarife
For students only
Spring 01/01/2021 - 08/14/2021
$ 296
Aetna Student Zahntarif Tarife
Spouse / partner only
Spring 01/01/2021 - 08/14/2021
$ 314
Aetna Student Zahntarif Tarife
Pro Kind
Spring 01/01/2021 - 08/14/2021
$ 476
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For customer service assistance with the voluntary dental plan, please call 877-238-6200 and use policy number 696730.

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Vision benefits

Aetna Vision℠ discount program for students enrolled on the Columbia Plan

The Aetna Vision℠ Discount Program is available to all Columbia Plan students, which provides discounted access to many eye care products, including sunglasses, contact lenses, non-prescription sunglasses, contact lens solutions, and other eye care accessories. Students can also get discounts on LASIK surgery, the laser vision correction procedure. A list of the participating providers is available from Aetna DocFind © Feature .

Providers closest to the Morningside campus are:

Aetna Vision℠ Preferred Plan

Aetna Student Health offers a Vision Preferred-Plan to Columbia University students and their eligible dependents for the 2020-21 academic year. Participation in this voluntary vision plan is open to all registered students and their eligible dependents.

How to log in:

Registration for the planning year 2020-2021 is closed. The next option to request enrollment is for autumn 2021, with insurance cover valid from August 15, 2021.

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Bonus:

Aetna Student Vision Plan pricing
For students only
Spring - 01/01/2021 - 08/14/2021
$ 65
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Spring - 01/01/2021 - 08/14/2021
$ 166
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For customer service assistance with the voluntary vision plan, please call 877-973-3238 and provide group ID 1022457.

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