Can you get Laser Eye Surgery on finance?

Mr Glenn Carp at London Vision Clinic

It’s no secret that high-quality laser eye surgery isn’t cheap.

In fact, to the average person, receiving Laser Eye Surgery under the guidance of an expert surgeon can seem somewhat of a luxury.

With fees stretching up to and beyond £3000 per eye, it’s clear to see why. And with a weak array of alternative methods for correcting vision, this can leave many people feeling stuck with a life framed by glasses or hindered by contact lenses. Or potentially even more worryingly, lead them to compensate on their health and settle for cheap Laser Eye Surgery.

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This is a clear problem; being able to see the world clearly is one of the most essential and important factors in living a good life. Therefore, it goes without saying that safe and effective Laser Eye Surgery should be available to all. Going by our suitability rate of 98 percent of people who contact us, and our affordable finance payment options, we believe we’re making that happen.

World-class Laser Eye Surgery is more affordable than you think

You’ll be pleased to know that doesn’t mean entering into a questionable finance agreement with credit providers, many of which come with lengthy small print and can quickly rack up interest fees.

At our clinic on Harley Street in London, we offer an interest-free payment plan that you can pay over the course of up to two years. This can help spread the upfront investment of Laser Eye Surgery and make world class safety, service, and treatments available from as little as £184 a month.

Our Interest Fee Financing Scheme offers patients two options: to pay for the cost of their treatment over twelve or twenty-four months. You can see an example of the pricing structure and what services are included in our LASIK, Laser Blended Vision, and High Profile Treatment options here. We require a deposit at the time of booking the procedure which will either be refunded if you are found to be ineligible for surgery or be used towards the treatment cost.

Paying for Laser Eye Surgery is not always as simple as it could be. High street providers have the tendency to advertise cost-cutting deals and time-sensitive promotions to lure people through the door, only for them to find the cost is not for their prescription and doesn’t include wavefront analysis or aftercare.

We’ve compiled several of the most frequently asked pricing questions to help you navigate the sea of Laser Eye Surgery pricing and feel fully equipped when choosing your clinic.

When dealing with something as important as your eyesight, you want to put your faith in a clinic you can trust. Ask us a question below to find out more about our payment options or if you’d like to book a consultation with us, give us a call us on 020 7224 1005.

Can you get Laser Eye Surgery on finance?

4 Comments
  1. Matt 26/01/2017 at 20:38

    Hi guys I’m looking at getting laser eye surgery I’ve got astigmatism around -2.5 is this possible ? Looking to get it done this Feb

    • Bethany Kingsley 27/01/2017 at 10:05

      Hi Matthew,
      It is indeed possible. Correcting your astigmatism is incorporated into your treatment plan. Firstly, we would need to see you for a thorough initial consultation to determine your suitability. If you would like more information, please contact the clinic on 0207 224 1005.
      We look forward to hearing from you.
      Thanks,
      London Vision Clinic

  2. Angela Mccann 12/02/2017 at 01:16

    Hi I’m 57 female and wear glasses for distance as I can read without glasses would I be suitable for laser eye surgery

    • Bethany Kingsley 16/02/2017 at 15:48

      Hi Angela,
      We would obviously need to see you for a consultation to determine your suitability and have a lot more information regarding your eyes. However, the better question to ask is can you read when you have your distance glasses on. Of course, if presbyopia (ageing eyes) has set in, usually the answer is no. If that is the case, then yes, Laser Blended Vision may be a great option for you to rid yourself of your glasses.
      Thanks,
      London Vision Clinic

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