LASIK surgery is a great option for many Denver-area patients looking for a long-term solution to vision problems like nearsightedness, farsightedness, and astigmatism. Since LASIK is highly successful in eliminating the need for glasses or contacts, patients who opt for the procedure can also end up saving money in the long run.
At Boulder Eyes / Beyer LASIK, we understand that the long-term investment in LASIK doesn’t always offset the initial cost of the surgery, which is why our rates are 40% to 50% lower than the overall national average. That amounts to savings of more than $1,000 per eye when it comes to traditional LASIK prices (as reported quarterly by the leading LASIK market analyst, Market Scope LLC).
Our LASIK prices are set from the start with no hidden charges, and we work with you one-on-one to ensure total transparency throughout the process.
Things to Consider
Things to consider when pricing LASIK:
- Many LASIK doctors only perform one type of LASIK procedure at the most expensive rate. We offer all laser vision correction procedures and will recommend the solution that is most appropriate for your specific vision needs.
- Your local optometrist may receive a referral fee for sending you to a local LASIK surgeon. This co-managed (added) fee is often passed on to you in the form of higher pricing. Our price is set, regardless of whether or not an optometrist is involved in your LASIK care.
Know Your Insurance Options
Check with your insurance provider to see if you qualify for a discount for LASIK. Even if you don’t have vision insurance, we can sometimes bill your medical insurance company.
Young people who cannot afford health insurance should keep in mind that there are other affordable healthcare options available, including health insurance through the Affordable Care Act and affordable private plans.
Wells Fargo Health Advantage
There is no reason to keep wearing glasses or contacts when you can have your LASIK surgery now and pay later. We provide a variety of financing options with low interest rates, and depending on your credit history, you may even qualify for 0% interest options. We have plans that can include 3, 6, and 12 months with no interest, and we also offer 18 to 60-month extended payment plans with interest.
After submitting a credit request, we can quickly determine what financing options are available to you.
Credit Card Options
Residents Should Consider Credit Cards as Financing Options
Depending on what kind of financing plan you qualify for and how much you are able to pay up front for your procedure, it may be an option to put the balance on a credit card to pay in installments down the road.
You may use your Visa, MasterCard, or Discover to make a payment at our office.
Our Financing Process
We are committed to making sure every patient knows exactly how much their procedure will cost from the very beginning of the process. Here’s what you can expect when you trust us for your LASIK procedure:
- Call or send us a request to be contacted.
- A Care Manager will get in touch to explain our process and answer your questions.
- Based on your specific needs, we will quote you the exact cost of your LASIK surgery.
- Your Care Manager will help you set up an appointment for a free LASIK screening with our technician.
- Your Care Manager will then confirm your LASIK procedure’s cost and send pricing information to you, as well as your selected doctor, so there are no surprises.
Then all you have to do is bring your confirmation to your evaluation to confirm that you are eligible for the quoted price!
Learn About Financing Options During Your Consultation
Limited finances should never prevent you from getting the eye care you need. More severe medical problems will only worsen overtime and should be corrected as soon as possible. We will be happy to review financing options for your LASIK procedure during your initial consultation, including arranging a payment plan through Wells Fargo Health Advantage or Care Credit.
Before signing up for a financing program, we will provide you with all the details you need, including how to make payments. You will usually receive a statement in the mail, and you may also be able to make electronic payments over the Internet or phone.