I was born with a small defect in my eyes that requires me to wear glasses to be able to do any kind of personal or professional task. I've used glasses since my early childhood.
While this is a bit problematic, I never had any issues with wearing glasses. I even like to wear them, they're part of me by now.
Fast forward to my adulthood. I joined a company that offers a nice healthcare package for almost free (I contribute with 1% of my monthly income) but basically never use it, since I rarely have any health problem at all.
Recently I found out that my company healthcare package covers the cost of the operation to fix my eyes. It is not that expensive, but is also not that cheap. Since then I've been wondering if I should use the benefits of the healthcare to finally fix my eyes or not?
Additional info: If I had to pay from my own funds, I probably wouldn't start treatment: wearing glasses is not a burden to me.
Question: In this case, is it unethical to use the healthcare package to cure a problem that is personal and does not affect my professional duties?