Laser eye surgery Prices: The 5 most important factors

At London Vision Clinic we believe that there are 5 key cost questions to consider before deciding whether laser eye surgery is the right option for you. You must ask yourself the following:

1. Will I receive world-class treatment?

We’re happy to discuss payment options, including interest-free finance, with you either on the phone or in person.

The only way to keep the cost of laser eye surgery low is to treat a high turnover of patients. That means sticking to the simpler cases, and offering a relatively simple standard of care. But we believe your vision is too precious to risk.

We never compromise. We strive for excellence; in everything from the surgery itself to the way we answer the telephone. That means taking much more time and care over the testing and screening of your eyes. In some cases, two to three times as long as other clinics. It means making sure you get every test and treatment you need at no extra charge.

It means developing a bespoke treatment plan, and programming the laser specifically for you and it means reviewing every single operation to ensure we did everything we could to give you the best possible result. If we think we can improve your vision further, we’ll do so, at no extra charge.

We are confident that no clinic in the UK, and probably the world, can match us for surgical expertise, thoroughness of screening, or our commitment to customer service. This standard of care cannot possibly be offered at a discount price but then, do you really want discount eye surgery?

The monthly fees quoted below are based on Approved Interest-Free Credit at 24 months and are valid until 30th June 2015. Monthly fees will be lower after the payment of a £500 initial investment. Contact us to learn more.

2. Are there hidden costs?

A small percentage of patients have very high prescriptions beyond what can be corrected with standard treatment. For maximum accuracy and safety, we recommend High Profile treatments for these patients. Due to their complexity, these specialised treatments cost £6,500. Please get in touch with us if you would like to talk about this before your initial screening.
Warning: Many clinics attract patients with low basic laser eye surgery prices, but then reveal that certain tests or procedures carry extra costs. These costs can mount up fast.

London Vision Clinic laser eye surgery treatment costs are provided for by one comprehensive all-inclusive fee:

  • Initial screening.
  • Ophthalmic examination.
  • Wavefront analysis.
  • Zeiss VisuMax Femtosecond laser flap creation.
  • High Profile treatment (for high prescriptions) if appropriate.
  • All aftercare for one year after your treatment.
  • 24-hour access to your surgeon’s personal mobile phone.
  • Post-operative medications and supplies.

Plus, if necessary:

  • Laser Blended Vision for presbyopia (ageing eyes).
  • Power Wavefront treatment.
  • Artemis™ VHF digital ultrasound examinations (during preparation for laser eye surgery).

3. Are there costs for Aftercare?

The laser eye surgery cost includes all of your aftercare for one year after your treatment. If you ever have any worries about your vision, we want you to get in touch – whether it’s a month after your surgery, a year, or five years. And you can call us as often as you need to, no matter how long ago you had your surgery.

We are more committed to continuity of care than any clinic in the UK and do not “discharge” our patients after treatment as is commonly practiced by most Consultant Ophthalmologists at private clinics or hospitals. Despite not requiring glasses, the eye is an organ that should ideally undergo regular checkups. We will design the optimal, customised follow-up schedule for you, generally comprising a check-up every 1-2 years.

We back our commitment to ongoing care by heavily subsidising the fee for an annual eye exam*: London Vision Clinic treated patients pay only £150 for a full eye examination including not only a dilated pupil examination and formal peripheral retinal examination but also including all technological machine testing (on average a minimum £350 cost if itemised).
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*A regular eye examination (excluding machine testing) by a private Consultant Ophthalmologist in the UK is generally about £175).

4. Do you offer interest free finance?

Monthly payments can be as low as £204/month at 0% interest for as long as two years, which allow you to spread the cost of your laser eye treatment whilst not compromising on safety or service.

We have compiled a range of our most frequently asked laser eye surgery pricing questions so that you will be fully equipped when making the final decision as to where to go for your laser eye treatment. Review them now.

5. Do you offer a fully-transparent pricing structure?

The cost of LASIK and LASEK/PRK surgery at the London Vision Clinic is £4,900 (for both eyes) for a Standard or Laser Blended Vision treatment and £6,500 (for both eyes) for a High Profile treatment. Our fees include everything you will need for a successful laser eye surgery procedure. All of our treatments can be made affordable with interest-free finance for up to 24 months.

To learn what the price of laser eye surgery does not include follow this link and watch a video.

The results are well worth the investment
Ian

Three different treatments, affordable monthly terms, zero-interest, and everything included.

The monthly fees quoted above are based on Approved Interest-Free Credit at 24 months and are valid until 30th June 2015. Monthly fees will be lower after the payment of a £500 initial investment. Contact us to learn more.