Hello Guys/Gals. I am in a teamster controlled Central States Plan now. I just got full time in September of 2012 and so have only used it twice. Anyways this is directly off of their site, so I thought I would post this. Treatments, services, or supplies not covered by your Plan include but are not limited to the following: Cosmetic care or treatment (except to the extent it’s required due to an accidental bodily injury). Any fees over the Reasonable and Customary limitation. Personal comfort items, state taxes, surcharges. Interest, late charges, completion of any claim form or missed appointments. X-rays, laboratory charges and professional fees incurred as part of a routine physical examination, except those charges covered under the TeamCare Wellness Benefit. Routine dental x-rays and laboratory work (see “Dental and Orthodontic Benefit”). Eye examinations for the correction of vision and fitting of glasses or contact lenses, except contact lenses or glasses for treatment of glaucoma, keratoconus or resulting from cataract surgery (see “Vision Benefit”). Injury or illness that is work-related or covered by Worker’s Compensation or an Occupational Disease Law. Charges for medical services that are not considered Standard Medical Care, Treatment, Services or Supplies. Hospital confinements that exceed the broadly accepted standards of medical practice. Maintenance Care. Charges for medical services and prescription drugs related to the treatment of infertility, including charges in connection with in-vitro fertilization, artificial insemination and reversal of prior sterilization. Treatment outside the United States shall be limited to treatment, services or supplies that are uniformly and professionally endorsed by the general medical community in the United States. Benefits will be paid In U.S. dollar amounts for similar treatment, care or services in the United States. Treatment or services for complications of medical, dental or vision procedures not covered by the Plan. Treatment or services received while in the Armed Services. Treatment or services that arise out of declared war or undeclared war or any act of civil disturbance. Treatment or services for injuries or illnesses sustained while participating in an illegal act which is in violation of a state or federal statute. The Underlined one is a big one for me. WE have vision care that doesn't cover eye examinations? Curious to see if the union increases the benefits we currently have on Central States.