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Horizon Eye Specialists & Lasik Center makes eye surgery, especially vision correction surgery and custom cataract surgery, affordable for any budget by offering options to assist you in paying for your procedure.


Horizon Eye Specialists & Lasik Center is happy to work with our patients and your insurance plan to learn whether LASIK or one of our other procedures is covered by your medical or vision insurance. To find out if your insurance has these types of benefits, please contact your benefits administrator directly.

Out of Pocket?

Horizon Eye Specialists & Lasik Center happily accepts all major credit cards (Visa, Master Card, American Express, and Discover) along with cash and personal checks.

Flex Plan

Many companies are offering their employees the option for a flex or cafeteria plan. This allows you to set aside pre-tax dollars to use later in the year for medical needs such as LASIK, which can save you up to 35%. Talk with you employer today to find out how to set up your plan!


Special financing options available with approved credit.

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Vision Correction Procedures Create Long Term Savings

Designer frames, contacts, lens solutions, eye doctor visits, they add up! Many of our patients have compared the cost of glasses and contact lenses over a ten-year period to the cost of vision correction surgery; they found that LASIK and other procedures are a more economical option.
On the surface, you may think that LASIK is expensive, but you while it isn’t cheap you might be surprised to learn how much money you save when compared to a lifetime of buying glasses or contacts. Our smart calculator is a quick way to compare the lifetime cost of glasses and/or contacts with the cost of LASIK surgery.
Answer the questions below  for an estimate of how much you can expect to spend on contact lenses and glasses over your lifetime versus the cost of a LASIK procedure.



Pairs of glasses purchased in a year:
Average cost of prescription glasses:
Boxes of contacts purchased in a year:
Cost of a box of contact lenses:
Age you started wearing glasses or contacts:

You could potentially be spending

$0* on glasses & contacts
over your lifetime

Calculation includes $50 for contact lens solution, cases, and other miscellaneous items per year; $120 (per year) for a pair of prescription readers for anyone 45 years or older. Annual exams are not included in the calculation. We have factored in the average US lifespan of 79 years. Your numbers may vary.