A common myth is that LASIK is expensive; the truth is that after adding up the costs of recurring eye exams, glasses, and contacts most patients actually save money with vision correction over the course of a few years.
Great Vision… It’s more affordable then you think.
With plans as low as $75 per month better vision is less than your morning cup of coffee
Typical Payment Options
The example below are typical monthly payments with a $500 down payment.
Please note: only our 24 month plan is no-interest.
Our CareCredit patient financing plans allow you to stop throwing money away on contacts and get the great vision you deserve today.
The Truth About $250 LASIK
Integrity is paramount to everything we do. Pricing is no exception. Many LASIK centers will bait patients with a low teaser price of $299. They use this tactic to lure unsuspecting patients in, only to explain that they don’t qualify for this rate. In fact, this low rate only applies to patients who may not even need LASIK. In the end, these centers charge typically as much or more then reputable doctors.
We believe this practice is deceitful and question the integrity of this marketing tactic: can you really care about patients while deceiving them at the same time?
We pride ourselves in being transparent about pricing. Due to the amount of different vision correction procedures we offer it is impossible to give a realistic price without determining the best procedure and laser platform for your individual eyes, a key reason why we offer complimentary consultations.
After your consultation you will receive a detailed treatment plan including exact pricing. With our honest all-inclusive pricing we never offer add-ons or up-sells and believe you should never have to compromise quality when it comes to your vision. We back this with two years of unlimited follow up care and our promise: patients come first.
In some cases, your medical or vision insurance may cover all or part of your vision correction procedure. We participate with all major insurance companies including: Blue Cross Blue Shield, United Health Care, VSP, EyeMed & more.
Am I Covered? That’s a pretty common question! During your consultation, we ask that you bring both your medical and vision insurance benefit cards and your coordinator will check any benefit coverage you may have. Keep in mind that coverage can vary from plan-to-plan. Additionally, some insurance companies have pre-negotiated rates with us for their members having laser vision correction. We check all of this during your consultation to maximize any benefit coverage you have available.
Health Savings Account (HSA)
LASIK is a HSA -or- FSA qualified procedure. If your company offers a health or flexible spending account you can use pre-tax money to pay for your procedure. Utilizing a HSA can save you around 30% of the total cost of the procedure.