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... How much does it really cost? ... (10 replies)
... I am thinking about having LASIK and am confused by the prices. ... (10 replies)
... just found this out- :wave: there are a few vision coverage plans you can buy that will save you several hundred dollars in "discounts" with minimal annual premiums also-if you have dental insurance-check-there may be some discounts offered there already- I got dental "coverage" through a website i found on a websearch which included discounts on all dental procedures and... (10 replies)

... so hopefully I won't be needing any. My advise is not to make your decision based on price. Pick a surgeon who is experienced and don't go to any "bargain lasik centers". You can't put a price on your eyes! ... (10 replies)
... I spent $3400 for Custom Wavefront Intralase. I am in Oklahoma City. As was mentioned above this was far from the end of the costs for me. Since my surgery in May I have spent over $900.00 on over-the-counter eye drops and several hundred on doctor copays, punctal plugs, and Restasis (my lasik center didn't seem to know how to treat the dry eyes so I had to go to an... (10 replies)
... The cost of LASIK depends on many factors: 1. What all is included - preop exam, procedure, drops, retreatments, etc. 2. Laser technology - Conventional or Custom / Wavefront 3. Flap technology - Microkeratome or Intralase 4. Personal care by the surgeon vs. assistants 5. Local marketing and advertising costs ...and more (10 replies)
... I will be paying $2, 950. Usually this procedure is somewhere between $3,000 to $5,500. Beware of these ads you are looking at. They say if someone offers you lask for $399 per eye - start looking somewhere else. The price of the procedure depends on some factors, for example do you or don't you need astigmatism correction. If you don't , lask is cheaper (not much cheaper). (10 replies)
... heap anywhere I belive, it's still more expensive than high quality comfortable glasses with high quality lenses which can last for 5years or even more depending does your prescription change over time or you don't break them during some sport or something. ... (25 replies)
... Just how much does it cost? ... (7 replies)
... How much improvement if any did you people experience after Day 5? ... (10 replies)
... :rolleyes: Mine cost 3750 for the custom intralase wavefront at one of the top hospitals in Pittsburgh. You always get what you pay for, and because its your eyes I'd want the best service available regardless of price! (10 replies)
... I'm in Michigan and it cost me $4,300 and it was the best money I've ever spent and I absolutely love my results. I now have 20/15 vision. I used my flex spending account through work to pay for it. (10 replies)
... I went to one of the top docs in my area. He was one of the few using Intralase. So, I had Custom Wavefront Intralase done on both eyes and it cost me $3400.00. I wanted the newest technology though and the most experienced surgeon. BTW, I am in Oklahoma City, OK. (10 replies)
... I paid $2250.00 for mine. That includes all the appointments before and after as well as the drops, masks, etc. It was worth it for me. (10 replies)
... I had Lasik in 2002 and I paid 2,000 an eye. It's not something I really wanted to look for a bargain on. ... (2 replies)
... On average, how much does this surgery cost? ... (2 replies)
Lasik Surgery
Jan 16, 2001
... How much does it cost? ... (1 replies)
... eye doctor I am considering lasik. I asked him how does lasik do it if I need reading glasses. ... (2 replies)
... Yes, but if yu research internet and clinics enoguh, you can even found advrtsing as doctors stating that lasik is safer than contacts. Now that is crazy. Sure its a word play, like mcdonalds selling you new burger. ... (40 replies)
... will say it again, THERE ARE NO GUARANTEES WITH LASIK. No matter how good your doctor is, no matter how many successful surgeries they have performed, no matter how much you pay, and no matter how good of a candidate you are, there is still a chance that things will go wrong. ... (19 replies)




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