On average, LASIK treatment can cost approximately $2,200 per eye for customized wavefront-guided procedures using the most sophisticated techniques. A number of variables impact the cost of your LASIK treatment.
No. Although non-customized LASIK is a popular and an effective vision correction solution, it doesn’t correct the individual irregularities and flaws in your eyes. Contoura® Vision personalized vision correction system uses wavefront technology, capable of providing customized laser treatment that is unique to each individual eye.
We offer a complementary consultation to ensure you are a great candidate for LASIK. Your surgical fees cover up to 11 months of follow-up.
Yes! Most patients have LASIK done on both eyes in the same surgical setting.
We are proud to offer patient financing through CareCredit. Flexible Spending Accounts (FSAs) and Health Savings Accounts are also accepted at Rochester Eye & Laser Center.
Yes! In fact, the data shows that 96% + were corrected to 20/20 or better without glasses or contacts, at the time of their 6-month follow-up examination.
The lasers used by Rochester Eye & Laser Center utilize a high-speed eye tracking system with a response time of milliseconds-much faster than your eye can move. The eye tracker completely neutralizes any eye movements to assure the highest quality treatment and complete patient safety.
Contoura® Vision personalized laser vision correction is designed to be painless. The procedure is performed in a matter of minutes, minimizing discomfort.
You will begin to notice your vision has improved within 1-2 hours of the procedure. However, upon waking the next day, you’ll notice the most dramatic improvement. Although your sight will be noticeably improved soon after the procedure’s completion, you should not consider yourself sufficiently recovered enough to drive, until after your first checkup. Most people resume normal activity the next day. You should also avoid swimming and contact sports for a week following your procedure.
Yes! Contoura® Vision personalized laser vision correction is permanent. Most people only need one treatment. However, 5% - 10% of patients may require additional fine-tuning (re-treatment) to achieve optimal vision correction.
You may experience some post-treatment after-effects. Most are completely normal and dissipate quickly, including dry eyes or a gritty feeling upon waking from long periods of sleep. We will give you drops for this. Some other temporary effects may include unstable or hazy vision, glare with night vision and overall corneal tenderness.
No, performing LASIK on a pregnant or nursing patient is not recommended. Changes in hormone levels can soften the corneal collagen, causing variable vision and unpredictable results.
Yes, LASIK can be performed on patients with diabetes, provided their diabetes is well controlled.