Affordability &

financing

What are your eyes worth?

When considering laser vision correction, choosing the right LASIK surgeon is the most important step in the process. The current marketplace can be confusing as multiple providers advertise a wide variety of prices.  While costs vary, so can an individual’s overall experience and results. The value of a vision correction procedure is found in the quality of your care and visual outcomes. At Durrie Vision, you can expect only the highest level of patient care from a team world-class surgeons committed to delivering exceptional outcomes.

See clearly now, pay later

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Financing &
payment options

Financial considerations should not be an obstacle in obtaining the care you deserve. At Durrie Vision, our goal is to make vision correction procedures fit any budget. Patients can choose to pay with any of the following options.

  • $0 down, 0% interest deferred financing
  • $0 down & low monthly payments with a fixed interest rate for 60 months
  • Flex Spending/Health Savings Account funds
  • Cash, check, or credit card
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Stop renting your vision

The Average Cost of Eye Care Over 10 Years

While the cost of a vision correction procedure does come with an upfront investment, do you know how much you’re already spending on glasses and contacts? Over a lifetime, that number adds up.

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Compare the costs of
LASIK vs glasses &
contacts

We’ve developed this customizable calculator so you can compare the cost of laser vision correction with the long-term expense of glasses and contacts.

If the upfront cost still holds you back, don’t forget about our convenient financing plans, which include $0 down and 0% interest for 24 months.

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Benefits to save on LASIK

Laser vision correction procedures are approved expenses under most Flexible Spending and Health Savings Accounts. By participating in an employer-sponsored FSA or HSA plan, you can set aside tax free money for your vision correction procedure, which can save you hundreds depending on your personal tax situation.

FSA Facts

  • The 2018 contribution limit is $2,600.
  • An FSA must be sponsored by your employer; self-employed
    individuals are not eligible
  • An employee’s yearly FSA allocation is available on the first day of the plan year, regardless of contributions made to date
  • Use it or lose it – any money left in an FSA will be forfeited at the end of that year’s plan, though some plans do provide a short grace period that may allow you to carry over some funds into the next year. Check with your employer to see if your plan allows for a grace period.

HSA Facts

  • The 2018 contribution limit is $3,450 for individuals; $6,950 for families
  • An HSA is only available to participants with a high-deductible health care plan
  • Funds allocated to an HSA become available as they are deposited into the account
  • Unused funds roll over year to year, continuing to earn interest