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Tips for Financing Your LASIK Eye Surgery

Last updated 2 years ago

If you have a refractive vision disorder that requires the use of glasses or contacts, you may benefit from LASIK for long-term vision correction. LASIK is a safe and popular procedure that uses advanced laser technology to alter the shape of the eye so vision is clearer. Patients often have vision correction significant enough to eliminate or reduce the need for other corrective devices, making the surgery worth the initial investment. However, financing can pose difficulty for some patients, so options are available to ease this expense.

  • Explore Your Insurance Options

Most insurance providers will not fully cover the cost of LASIK, but you may be eligible for surgery at a discounted rate through your employer’s provided plan. You should talk to a representative from your insurance company or an HR representative at your place of employment to explore any benefits that your insurance could offer.

  • Utilize Credit Plans

If you do not have the money to finance your procedure up front, you can still get LASIK surgery. Financing through Care Credit will allow you to have the procedure through your preferred practitioner with reasonable payment options. A variety of repayment plans are available with monthly payments suitable for almost any budget.

  • Choose LASIK of Nevada

At LASIK of Nevada, we work with our patients to allow clear vision to be in everyone’s reach. We offer the LASIK procedure at an all-inclusive rate so that you can plan your budget for surgery without worrying about hidden costs. All details of your LASIK procedure are covered, from the initial consultation to follow-up visits.

To learn more about the advantage of selecting LASIK of Nevada for your vision correction, contact us on our website or call (702) 636-2010. Our practice features the latest LASIK technology and decades of combined doctor experience to give you the clearer vision you desire. 

 

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