The ophthalmologists performing LASIK are certified by the American Board of Ophthalmology. Like other health procedures you may be considering, cost could be a top concern. While cost is no doubt an important factor, the overall quality of the care and provider, and visual outcomes should also be at the forefront when deciding whether LASIK is right for you.
At Georgia Eye Partners the pricing details for LASIK, EVO ICL and RLE are:
We accept cash, Care Credit, VISA, Mastercard, American Express and Discover, in our office, over the telephone, and via our online payment system.
2 Patient Financing
We’re pleased to accept the CareCredit credit card, North America’s leading patient healthcare financing program. CareCredit lets you begin your procedure immediately — then pay for it over time with monthly payments that fit easily into your monthly budget.
3 Tax Refunds
Use your tax refund for a transformative investment that will impact both your life and your financial future! Opting for LASIK can be a wise and enduring investment, providing ongoing monetary benefits over the years.
4 FLEX/HSA Accounts
Many employers sponsor Health Savings Accounts (HSA) or Flexible Spending Accounts (FSA), that allow their employees to contribute pre-tax dollars to be used for eligible medical expenses.
Frequently Asked Questions
The initial cost of LASIK may seem high, but it is actually more affordable than you might think. If you currently wear contact lenses, you may be surprised to learn that the annual cost of contact lenses is comparable to the cost of LASIK. However, LASIK is a permanent solution that will save you money in the long run, as you will no longer need to purchase contact lenses or glasses.
If you are still concerned about the cost of LASIK, there are many financing options available. Georgia Eye Partners offer financing plans that can make LASIK more affordable, and there are also third-party companies such as CareCredit that offer healthcare financing. With these options, you can afford LASIK and enjoy the long-term benefits of clear, crisp vision.
One thing is certain, not only are the long-term benefits of LASIK worth the cost, but it will also be more cost-effective over the long-term!
Although many of our patients consider LASIK eye surgery a necessary and overall life-changing procedure, it is typically not covered by insurance since it is regarded as an elective procedure. If your employer offers vision plans, be sure to review the outline of benefits since some plans may cover LASIK if certain conditions are met.
Employers usually sponsor Flexible Spending Accounts (FSAs) and Health Savings Accounts (HSAs). LASIK is typically covered under these plans, among other vision correction procedures. Patients participating in Flexible Spending Accounts or Health Savings Accounts are able to set aside tax-free funds from their earnings for Vision Correction Procedures, such as LASIK. A maximum contribution of $2,750 is allowed per year for FSAs.
Yes. Georgia Eye Partners provides low cost, monthly payment financing options to help patients afford laser eye surgery. Learn more about our available financing and payment options.
Tax-deductible medical expenses such as LASIK and vision correction surgery can be deducted by the IRS. Tax deductions may be available if you undergo a procedure. There are no hidden charges, and our services are affordable and comprehensive. We guarantee each patient’s success with our expertise and technology.