How LASIK Saves you Money

Look at the Big Picture When Considering LASIK

One of the first questions we hear at Spivack Western Slope LASIK Center is, "How much does LASIK cost?" We understand that on the surface LASIK can sound very expensive. But if you take a moment to break down how much you spend on glasses and contact lenses, you will realize that LASIK pays for itself in just a few years. After all, LASIK is a one-time expense—not ongoing expenditures (not to mention hassles) that continue to add up year after year.

Consider your yearly costs:

  • Prescription glasses or sunglasses: $40 - $400+ each (Think of how often you replace them to keep up with fashion trends or because they are lost or broken.)
  • Contacts: $30 - $60 per box (How many contacts do you go through each month?)
  • Contact cleaning supplies: $10 - $20 per bottle (How often are you running to the store to replace solutions?)

What price can you put on your quality of life—your quality of vision? LASIK gives many people the ability to see with 20/20 vision. It gives them the freedom to enjoy outdoor activities in our beautiful state without worrying about contacts becoming too dry on their eyes or glasses sliding down their noses. It gives them the freedom to go out and buy themselves a dozen pair of cheap sunglasses to fit their every mood or fashion trend.

Come in for a free LASIK Consultation so we can tell you how much LASIK would cost for your eyes. Then you can decide if this is an investment you want to make in yourself.