Refractive surgery fees vary based on the surgery performed.  Surgery after previous corneal transplant procedures or previous refractive surgery are at additional cost. The fee includes the refractive surgery examination, medications for surgery, surgeon and facility fees, and post-operative care. There is a small additional fee for any enhancements needed within the first year after surgery. The last scheduled follow-up exam is at 6 months, but there is no charge for post-operative exams during the first year.

Refractive surgery may be paid for using most major credit cards, cash or check. We offer financing through Care Credit©. Payment for surgery must be made in advance.

Care Credit

  • No initial payment
  • Plans from 18 to 60 months with payments as low as $109.
  • Low fixed rate of 14.9%
  • Prepayments can be made anytime without penalty
  • Fast, convenient service by phone 1-800-365-8295 or apply online at their secure website
  • Good credit standing required

Flexible Spending Accounts

These employer-sponsored plans allow you to pay for laser vision correction with pre-tax dollars! You may save up to 50%, depending on your tax bracket.

Flexible Spending Accounts (FSA) are sometimes called medical spending accounts or cafeteria plans. You should take advantage of this benefit, if available, to pay for any medical expenses that will not be reimbursed by your health insurance plan.

An expense considered a “deductible medical expense” by the IRS, which is not reimbursed by your health insurance plan, can be reimbursed through FSA. Laser vision correction, glasses, prescription drug co-payments, and most elective surgeries are eligible. Since these plans may result in losing any unused amounts, plan carefully. First, schedule a complementary screening to determine your eligibility for laser vision correction. If you are a candidate, you can plan on how much to put into your FSA.

The IRS now allows a tax deduction for laser refractive surgery.

Prices are subject to change.