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LASIK SURGERY FAQs
Below are frequently asked questions we receive from patients in both our Elkton, MD and Newark, DE offices regarding LASIK eye surgery. Should you have further inquiries, please don't hesitate to call us today at (302) 993-0722.
Q: “Are you offering any LASIK surgery special discounts at this time?”
A: Yes! Take a look at our current special.
LASIK Special: Only $3,495 for Both Eyes - Retail Price: $4,995.
Call 844-800-EYES (844-800-3937) to claim this offer
and schedule your complimentary Consultation.
Q:"Are laser vision correction procedures covered by insurance?"
A: Although few policies cover Laser Vision Correction, we would be happy to check yours when you come in for a consult. Remember patient financing plans are available subject to credit approval. Ask for details.
Q:"Is there any pain involved with LASIK?"
A: Patients tell us they feel only slight discomfort, not pain during the procedure. After the procedure, most people report a slightly irritated eye for a few hours. But pain is subjective, and when you learn more about the procedure you'll form your own opinion of what to expect.
Q:"Has anyone ever gone blind form a Laser Vision Correction Procedure?"
A: There have been zero reported cases of total loss of vision.
Q:"Are there any side effects with Laser Vision Correction?"
A: As with any type of surgery, side effects and complications can occur. All potential side effects and complications will be discussed further at the time of the Laser Vision Correction consultation.
Q:"Why not go to a discount laser vision correction center?"
A: With laser vision correction, safety, outcomes, and patient satisfaction should be the deciding factor behind the center you choose, not cost. Remember, you get what you pay for.
Q:"Is Laser Vision Correction for everyone?"
A: Laser Vision Correction is not necessarily for everyone. The best way to determine your candidacy is with a proper screening and thorough evaluation.
Q:"I am very busy at work. What type of time commitment is needed to have LASIK?"
A: This is a state-of-the-art procedure, which requires minimal time for the patient. The actual procedure lasts under 10 minutes per eye. Most patients can go back to work the very next day.