Including follow-up care, most of us in this thread in the past year or two have paid between $4 and $5k. Some of the deep discounts seen in Vancouver earlier in this thread have somewhat disappeared, due to the better economy, and the acquisition/merging of clinics by a national chain. The $450 per eye rates advertised by that certain national chain almost certainly doesn't apply to you as a -3.
That's often believed to be the case. -3's can have either LASIK or PRK usually assuming healthy eyes and no irregularities.i do play sports often so reading seems like prk is the better option.
Just the follow-up co-management for my eyes cost me about $900 for PRK. I did it for lifestyle and somewhat, eye health reasons (I had become contact lens intolerant) -- as a financial investment it didn't make sense for me, but I suffered for so many years wearing contacts.My bigger worry is cost and the only reason im looking into it is because it said it was something like $450 on 92.5
I don't think that's realistic.IF i can get it done legit for that price with minimal risk, then id be onboard to stop wearing glasses for driving