Average Yearly Expenses for Glasses/Contacts:
|Yearly Eye Exam||$125|
|Contact Lens Filling||$75|
|One-year supply of contact lenses||$300|
|One-year supply of solution||$100|
|Frames for Glasses||$275|
|Lenses for Glasses||$125|
Payment Options for Any Budget
When you compare the cost of refractive surgery with the cost of maintaining glasses or contacts over a 10-year period, the choice is clear. Vision correction procedures save you more money in the long term. And the convenience is priceless.
Here are four options that make it easier for you to see what you’re missing.
We accept all major forms of traditional payment and credit cards. Be sure to check our current specials!
We offer the most generous financing options in the state, including $0 down, 0% interest plans, and guaranteed approval on 0% Financing.
3. Tax Refunds
Let Uncle Sam pay for your refractive surgery! Use your refund on something that will change your life – and save you money.
4. Flex Accounts
Flex plans and health savings accounts are the very best way to pay for vision correction. Use your pre-tax dollars to save up to an additional $900!
“Great! We’re excited that you want to take the first step toward freedom from glasses and contacts.”
- No charge for initial consultation with Doc Brock
- Find out on the spot if you are a candidate
- Learn about all your treatment options
- The team will answer questions and put you at ease
- Learn about the simple financing options
Not sure if you’re a candidate for laser vision correction? Doc Brock can let you know in just a few minutes.
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