We now offer 24 month interest free financing.
We accept most insurance plans for the covered portion of cataract and lens implant surgery as well as all other covered examinations, diagnostic tests, and procedures. Some diagnostic tests and procedures are not covered by Medicare or insurance companies. LASIK and other refractive surgery, multifocal intraocular lens implants for use after cataract removal, and cosmetic eyelid procedures are not covered. Affordable patient financing options are available for these procedures.
Please discuss with your doctor the planned surgical procedure and make sure you understand what is and is not covered by your policy. Many plans have deductibles, co-insurance, and co-pays that are not obvious at first look. You are responsible for understanding your insurance benefits. Our office staff are experts at insurance coverage questions and can help with financing options for those procedures that are not covered.
We accept cash, checks, Visa, MasterCard, Discover, and American Express. Procedure fees are payable in full before or on the day of your procedure. We offer a variety of financing options through Care Credit and Chase.
Fees are all-inclusive covering your initial consultation, comprehensive eye exam, pre-operative measurements, your procedure and all post-operative care for six months.
Enhancement procedures (if needed) are provided at no charge for a period of one year following your initial treatment.
We accept Cash, Check, Visa, Mastercard, Discover or American Express. Procedure fees are payable in full the day of your procedure. We also offer Free Financing for up to one year.
A Flexible-Spending Account or “Cafeteria Plan” allows employees the option of setting aside a certain amount from each paycheck-before paying income tax on those funds. The money that is set aside in this account can be used to pay for a variety of expenses not covered by insurance, including Laser Vision Correction. When employees use tax-free dollars to pay for these expenses, they realize an increase in their spending power, and substantial tax savings.
How to use FSA dollars to pay for your vision correction procedure
There are many different Flex-Spending plans, and depending on how your employer has structured yours, you need to allocate funds at a certain time each year. Some plans require you to “opt-in” in November or December, and funds can be used at any time during the next year. Other plans cover from July to July, with the enrollment period scheduled for late spring. Contact your Benefits Administrator to verify when you must enroll for this benefit. At the time of enrollment, you must indicate how much money you will be deducting from each paycheck. This money can usually be used at any time during the year, even if the money has not fully accumulated in your account.
If you are thinking about using your Flex-Spending Account for your vision correction procedure, schedule a free consultation with us to determine if you are a candidate. Flex dollars are a “use-it-or-lose-it” benefit, meaning that any money left in the account by the closing date cannot be returned to you.