How Much Will You Save If You Stopped Spending Money On Glasses And Contacts?
Ever thought, ‘I’d love to have LASIK if it was it was more affordable? Well, when you consider your recurring costs with a lifetime of glasses and contact lenses, supplies and annual optometry visits, a one-time LASIK procedure can be a much more cost-effective solution.
For example, you could easily spend $500 per year for prescription glasses, frames, contact lenses & supplies, and optometric visits. That totals to $10,000 in 20 years, which more than doubles the cost of LASIK! So, the real question is, “Can you afford to keep wearing glasses and contacts?”
Take 60 seconds: ADJUST THE SLIDERS to customize your own personal expenses and reveal your potential savings with LASIK.