Here are Providence Eye & Laser Specialists, we are committed to communicating clearly and accurately the financial investment required for your cataract surgery. Fortunately for you, we now live in a world where technology is safer, faster and more effective than ever. Thanks to the vast technological advancements in this field, there are multiple options that may be available to each patient.
Based on your evaluation and conversation with Dr. Nunnery, he will guide you in making a decision that will meet your vision expectations and lifestyle. You will need to consider the following:
If you have decided your vision has deteriorated to a point where it has started to affect your quality of life, you are probably looking for the very best options available. Upon being carefully evaluated and fully educated on appropriate options, you will then be able to make decisions that will improve your lifestyle and meet your vision goals.
Insurance coverage will be dependent upon the stage of your cataracts, impact on daily activities, and desired timeline to improve your vision. Once you have completed your evaluation with Dr. Nunnery, we will be able to provide you clear, simple pricing in writing. While Medicare and other private insurance companies typically cover the cost of cataract surgery with a standard monofocal lens, this type of lens often requires patients to still need reading glasses after the procedure. Many patients are willing to pay some out-of-pocket expenses for the opportunity to reduce dependency on glasses and contacts, which can truly be life changing!
At Providence Eye & Laser Specialists, we accept the following forms of payment for Cataract surgery, Advanced Lenses, and Laser Assisted procedures.
Insurance and financing can be complicated, but we are here to help you simplify the process. The bottom line is that we want to educate you on all of your options when it comes to affording cataract surgery in Charlotte. Schedule your eye exam today
Many companies offer their employees Flexible Spending Accounts (FSAs) or Health Savings Accounts (HSAs) that allow you to set aside pre-tax earnings to save for medical expenses not covered by insurance – such as Advanced Lenses and Laser Assisted cataract surgery. You could save up to 20-30% on your procedure with these plans, but we recommend you not enroll in your employee benefits until you: