Why does the price for lasik seem so variable?
It can get confusing as many factors impact the cost for lasik: the reputation and experience fo the surgeon, quality of care, technology, the type of vision correction, and where you live geographically. The cost for lasik can range anywhere from $1,000 to $3,000 per eye. For blade-free all-laser lasik, the price will be closer to $2,500 per eye, whereas the average cost for Bladed (traditional) Lasik is around $1,600 per eye.
What’s the difference between traditional Lasik and All-Laser Lasik?
The main differences are in the way the corneal flap is created and the cost. All-Laser is bladeless and uses a laser to create the flap, whereas traditional Lasik uses a microkeratome blade. The benefits of All-Laser Lasik are more precise corneal flaps, safety, and reduced risk of experiencing dry eyes after treatment, whereas the benefit of traditional lasik is that it’s cheaper. With so many benefits of using All-laser lasik, in 2010, Keil Lasik decided only to offer bladeless technology to give the best possible results for our patients.
How many surgeries has Dr. Keil performed?
Dr. Keil has performed over 11,000 surgeries.
Can Lasik get rid of over the counter readers?
Lasik surgery can reduce or eliminate the need for reading glasses. We do offer procedures such as Monovision or the KAMRA™ Inlay to treat your near vision loss. To find out more information, please visit our Reading Solutions page.