Laser vision correction involves an integral part of your body - your eyes. Understandably, one of the first concerns a potential LASIK patient has involves the question, “How much does LASIK cost?” At Providence Eye, we utilize an honest pricing policy. If you have been deemed an ideal candidate, one of our staff members will review pricing with you after your consultation and provide it to you in writing. We believe in full disclosure when it comes to LASIK eye surgery.
Our pricing strategy reflects the technology we use and the level of care each patient receives throughout the entire process. We are committed to using only the latest FDA approved lasers and supplying patients with exceptional comfort. While discounts and coupons may seem like an attractive offer, these “deals” are typically too good to be true. More often than not, these offices operate using “bait and switch” tactics that lead patients to believe they are getting a better deal than actuality. Many times these offices charge less for LASIK eye surgery due to the sacrifices in technology, a less experienced surgeon, a surgeon who is not even located in that office, and not really caring about the patient as a person. Our office rejects these “small print” pricing deals and instead remains straightforward in offering honest, competitive pricing after it’s determined that you are a LASIK candidate.
Many people looking to undergo LASIK vision correction also deal with astigmatism or high prescriptions. These conditions increase LASIK bills in numerous offices. However, at Providence Eye, patients with astigmatism or a high prescription will not pay an extra fee. Because our LASIK pricing is not based on these conditions, high prescriptions and astigmatism are irrelevant in the cost of LASIK.
It is possible for LASIK surgery to temporarily affect your finances. Therefore, it is imperative to plan accordingly. Luckily, there are several avenues patients take to pay for LASIK. A few viable financial solutions include:
Whether you’re hoping to undergo LASIK or have already been identified as an ideal candidate, it is imperative to treat your body and eyes well. The most important thing someone can do before having laser vision correction is to see a reputable cornea specialist who does not condone sweeping pricing strategies under the rug for later. At Providence Eye, we care about your eye health. That’s why we provide patients with state-of-the-art lasers, unmatched care and honest, straightforward pricing.