In one word – yes. LASIK should be expensive if you’re investing in the technology, facility, and experience you need to protect your vision and give you the best possible outcome. There is no arguing that LASIK is a big investment.
But LASIK is also valuable.
Think of the glasses and contacts you’ve purchased over the past 5, 10, or 20 years. Think of all the time you’ve spent cleaning them, trying to find them in the middle of the night, being annoyed by them doing the things you love. What is it worth to you to be free of glasses and contacts, never having to purchase them again.
Many of our patients find that, just by adding up what they spend on glasses, contacts, and supplies over 5-10 years, LASIK essentially pays for itself. And that doesn’t factor in the value of a more free lifestyle.
So is LASIK valuable enough to you to be worth the investment?