Posted by: Manhattan LASIK Center
Is Lasik An Investment Or Expense?
Having Lasik eye surgery is a better solution for people that have nearsightedness, farsightedness, and astigmatism than other visual aids. Using a prescription product in close contact with the eye is a perfectly acceptable solution, but Lasik surgery offers many benefits compared to contacts and eyeglasses. In reality, Lasik is less expensive over time than contacts or glasses.
Lasik Eye Surgery Is A Fixed Cost
Having Lasik surgery is a more expensive service at first, but it pays for itself. Once you have the treatment, there are no more fees. CareCredit monthly financing plans, Health Spending Accounts, and other options help you pay with a monthly payment for the length of time that fits your budget. No more emergency trips to the eye doctor either because there is less chance you will get bacteria in the eyes.
Lasik Surgery Benefits
- No worry of infection from prolonged contact lenses
- Fewer infections in general
- No lens cleaning solution fees
- No contact refills every year
- Less damaging to the eye over time
- Fewer trips to the optometrist
- More freedom
- Ability to be spontaneous
- Improved night vision
- Reduced allergy symptoms
- Fewer headaches
- Less eye strain compared to using optical aids
Get Lasik For Both Eyes At MLC For $2,995
Currently, Manhattan Lasik Center ® is running a special for Lasik eye surgery patients. You get inclusive pricing for both eyes for less than three thousand dollars. With 20 years in the industry, MLC has some of the best surgeons in the entire area. They have performed nearly 100,000 successful treatments.
We believe that Lasik surgery is a very beneficial treatment, and that is why we only have the leading bladeless technologies in our offices. Our equipment lets us give you faster healing times, fewer chances of infection, no discomfort, and customized results that provide the best opportunity of achieving 20/20 vision. When you get tired of the sore nose and the itchy eyes, give Manhattan Lasik Center ® a call at 212-759-9617.
- Term: Nearsightedness
- Term: LASIK
- Term: Astigmatism
- Term: Optometrist
- Term: 20/20 vision
- Term: Lens