Financing LASIK Surgery at L.O. Eye Care
LASIK Screening and Consultation: Complimentary
This includes a complete ophthalmologic examination and special testing to determine whether or not you are a candidate for Custom Blade-Free LASIK. Due to the nature of the testing, patient cannot be given an eyeglass prescription.
Custom Blade-Free LASIK Surgery: $2,200.00 per eye
This fee includes use of the IntraLase technology, Wavescan analysis, custom ablation, corneal topography, the surgeon fee, supplies and facility fee, laser fees, L.O. Eye Care’s Quality Assurance Program and post-operative care for one year. Transitional lenses and enhancement facility fees are not included.
Will Insurance Cover LASIK Surgery?
LASIK is an elective procedure, it is typically not a covered benefit with insurance carriers. However, some insurance carriers do cover LASIK. When consulting your carrier for applicable benefits, please use the following procedure code: S0800.
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LASIK may save you money in the long run.
If you currently wear contacts, you most likely pay about $300 a year for them. If you wear glasses, you probably pay about $240 a year for them. Custom Blade-Free LASIK at L.O. Eye Care is $2,200 per eye.
Over a course of 20 years, the cost of glasses will be approximately $4,800 versus $4,400 for LASIK. Purchasing contact lenses for the same time period would result in a cost of $6,000 versus $4,400 for LASIK.
Will I need glasses or contacts after surgery?
LASIK may decrease your dependence on glasses and contacts, or, in some cases, allow you to do without them entirely. According to the American Academy of Ophthalmology, seven out of 10 LASIK patients achieve 20/20 vision, and with IntraLase that number is higher.
However, 20/20 does not always mean perfect vision. If you have LASIK to correct your distance vision, you’ll probably still need reading glasses by around age 45. Therefore, it is important for you to consider the possibility that LASIK may not give you perfect vision.
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