Timeliness and Cost Effectiveness of LASIK

Jan 16, 2019

Elite LASIK & Cataract Cost for LASIK

Some people may think that LASIK eye surgery is a large and time-consuming expense, but long-term, it could actually save you time and money by not worrying about glasses and contacts.


Cost of LASIK Compared to Glasses and Contacts

On average, buying contact solution and cases alone with cost you nearly $5,400 in your lifetime. If you add in the glasses and contacts, you could be spending nearly $60,000 in your lifetime on vision correction.

The average cost for LASIK in the U.S. for both eyes is about $5,000. At the 20/20 Institute, the cost of LASIK for both eyes averages about $4000-$4500, which often below the national average.  With $4,000, you could get clearer vision almost instantly without relying on glasses or contacts. If you purchase our Lifetime LASIK Plan, any enhancements that you might need are covered at no additional cost. And, don’t forget that we offer FREE consultations.


Time Commitment for LASIK

Believe it or not, LASIK has minimal recovery time. Many patients can have the procedure on a Friday and go back to work the following Monday. When you come in for your initial evaluation, you’ll be in our office for about two hours. On procedure day, you will be at the office for a few hours, but the procedure itself only take a few minutes. After procedure, we will see you for one day, one week, one month and one year post-op appointments.


Compared to the time and money you could spend on glasses, contacts and eye exams in your lifetime, LASIK is an affordable option! If you’re ready to start your LASIK journey, contact us today to schedule your free consultation!