Value, Pricing & Payment

At Providence Eye & Laser Specialists in Charlotte, NC, we believe in an honest and straightforward pricing policy, and offer many options to make your LASIK surgery affordable. We are also very diligent about assuring our LASIK eye surgery costs remain competitive with what others charge for a similar level of surgeon experience, technology, and personalized care, which are all important factors tied to an optimal outcome.

LASIK Eye Surgery Cost

It is likely that you have seen or heard a range of pricing for LASIK and maybe even heard of per eye discounts for LASIK. Beware, as these offers can be deceptive. We believe that ‘bait and switch’ tactics are an unethical way of providing healthcare, so you will not find any “small print” or “starting at” prices at Providence Eye. You may have even seen a LASIK Groupon come across your email and be curious about claiming it? These businesses are often utilizing older technology such as blade LASIK or using older lasers that were replaced by us years ago. We firmly believe and routinely verify that our LASIK eye surgery cost is competitive when comparing similar technology and surgeon experience. We also provide a level of service and results that are unmatched in the region. 

Pricing Facts

Our LASIK eye surgery cost is simple and straightforward. All LASIK costs will be explained and provided to you in writing during your complimentary consultation.

  • We do not charge extra for higher prescriptions 
  • We do not charge extra for astigmatism
  • provide all of the pricing to you in writing
  • We believe ‘bait and switch’ tactics are an unethical way of providing healthcare

Wanting to compare pricing is natural, but be careful when comparing LASIK eye surgery costs. With the technological advancements in laser vision correction and a wide range of surgeon experience and expertise, it is important to ask specific questions to ensure you are doing an apples-to-apples comparison. Additionally, not all practices provide the best diagnostic technology to determine LASIK candidacy. With such a wide range of technology on the market, getting a second opinion is often times the best way to feel good about your candidacy, and to feel good about the surgeon who will be performing your surgery. Not quite sure what questions you should be asking? In this blog, we outline 5 questions that we think will give you critical information to make your LASIK decision

At Providence Eye, Dr. Mozayeni continually reinvests in the latest technology rather than discounting his services and later having to cut corners or become a volume-based medical practice. We always perform only custom Wavefront LASIK using the WaveLight FS200 and EX500 lasers. There is no second choice because these are your eyes and we take them very seriously.

Payment
  • Visa
  • MasterCard
  • Discover
  • Personal Check or Cash
  • Flex Spending Accounts (FSA)
  • Health Savings Accounts (HSA)

Additionally, there are avenues that can assist you with managing your LASIK eye surgery cost:

  • Insurance (some may provide a nominal benefit), although most consider this an uncovered, elective procedure
  • Financing with Wells Fargo and Care Credit® with approved credit.

You can also check out our article that covers 7 ways you can pay for LASIK eye surgery cost

Cost of General Eye Care

Providence Eye participates with most medical insurance carriers. Please review your insurance coverage, as you may have routine vision care included with your medical coverage.

Pricing Facts

Our LASIK eye surgery cost is simple and straightforward. All LASIK costs will be explained and provided to you in writing during your complimentary consultation.

  • We do not charge extra for higher prescriptions 
  • We do not charge extra for astigmatism
  • provide all of the pricing to you in writing
  • We believe ‘bait and switch’ tactics are an unethical way of providing healthcare

Wanting to compare pricing is natural, but be careful when comparing LASIK eye surgery costs. With the technological advancements in laser vision correction and a wide range of surgeon experience and expertise, it is important to ask specific questions to ensure you are doing an apples-to-apples comparison. Additionally, not all practices provide the best diagnostic technology to determine LASIK candidacy. With such a wide range of technology on the market, getting a second opinion is often times the best way to feel good about your candidacy, and to feel good about the surgeon who will be performing your surgery. Not quite sure what questions you should be asking? In this blog, we outline 5 questions that we think will give you critical information to make your LASIK decision

At Providence Eye, Dr. Mozayeni continually reinvests in the latest technology rather than discounting his services and later having to cut corners or become a volume-based medical practice. We always perform only custom Wavefront LASIK using the WaveLight FS200 and EX500 lasers. There is no second choice because these are your eyes and we take them very seriously.

Payment

  • Visa
  • MasterCard
  • Discover
  • Personal Check or Cash
  • Flex Spending Accounts (FSA)
  • Health Savings Accounts (HSA)

Additionally, there are avenues that can assist you with managing your LASIK eye surgery cost:

  • Insurance (some may provide a nominal benefit), although most consider this an uncovered, elective procedure
  • Financing with Wells Fargo and Care Credit® with approved credit.

You can also check out our article that covers 7 ways you can pay for LASIK eye surgery cost