The benefits of LASIK eye surgery are undeniable, and many of patients at our Charleston, SC practice call LASIK one of the best investments they’ve ever made. Still, Dr. Kerry Solomon and his team know that cost is an important concern for many people. Here, learn more about the flexible options we offer to help you pay for LASIK your way.
Our team loves serving the diverse needs of our LASIK eye surgery patients, who come from Goose Creek, Johns Island, and as far away as Myrtle Beach, SC and Savannah, GA. When you’re ready to discuss your affordable LASIK options, request an appointment with our online form, or call our office at (843) 881-3937 and speak directly to a helpful member of our staff.
"...The reason I chose Dr. Solomon for LASIK is simple...he’s obviously one of the best LASIK surgeons in the world..."
- LASIK Patient of Dr. SolomonPatient Testimonials
Here at Dr. Solomon’s office, LASIK is conveniently quoted as a single figure that includes the following:
We’ve partnered with a third-party financing company called CareCredit® to offer our patients affordable options for paying for LASIK. CareCredit allows you to have your procedure now, then pay for it over time with monthly payments that can be easily fit into your budget. In fact, many of our patients qualify for 0% financing over two years! Apply using the button below and receive a response in just a few minutes.
Learn more about financing LASIK and other vision procedures.
Typically, health insurance plans will not cover refractive surgery. However, some health and vision insurance policies will provide a discount on your vision procedure. Bring your insurance card when you come in for your appointment, and we’ll let you know if you are eligible to receive these savings.
Many employers offer a flexible benefit plan (sometimes called a “FLEX” or “cafeteria” plan) or healthcare savings account (HSA). These plans allow you to put pre-tax dollars toward medical costs, including LASIK. By using this benefit, you can save up to 30% on LASIK, cataract surgery, and other corrective vision procedures.
As a medical expense, LASIK and certain other procedures can be tax deductible, saving you even more in the long term.
A leader in ophthalmic research and education, Dr. Solomon is often
the first in the state to have access to new technology, which he
uses to achieve optimal results for his patients.