Surgical Fees

Procedures & Payment Options

Independent Vision Group fees for LASIK and cataract surgery are simple and straightforward. We believe vision correction pricing should be clear, so you can focus on choosing the vision you’ll have for the rest of your life. Dr. Harvey will recommend the best procedure for you, based on several factors including your lifestyle and overall eye health.

Cataract Surgery & Lens Implant Fees

Out-of-pocket costs for cataract removal and replacement lens implantation will vary based on your insurance plan and the lens implant you choose.  If you choose an upgraded implant, after careful discussion with Dr. Harvey, your non-covered expenses will range from $300-$3,000.  This includes physician fees, the surgical facility and post-operative care.   Once you narrow in the lens selection, our team will provide actual out-of-pockets costs for you.

Most Accurate Cataract Surgery

(MACS) Monofocal Lens Implant

Advanced testing and optimized surgical calculations for lens implant selection provide the best opportunity for success with a monofocal lens implant.

MACS Astigmatism Package

Toric Lens Implant

MACS Package PLUS a specialty astigmatism lens implant.
(enVista IOL or similar)

MACS MultiVision Package

Multifocal Lens Implant

MACS Astigmatism Package PLUS presbyopia-correcting lens implant.
(PanOptix or similar)

Medicare Coverage for Cataract Surgery

Cataract surgery is an out-patient procedure, covered under Medicare Part B. Medicare will cover 80 percent of the cost of the procedure; your coinsurance may cover part or all of the remaining cost of basic cataract surgery. You will be responsible for any co-pay and deductible as determined by your insurance.

A standard, single-focus lens implant will generally be covered by insurance. If you choose a presbyopic lens implant (for fuller range vision after surgery), or an astigmatism-correcting lens implant (which corrects the out-of-round condition of your eye), you will be responsible for the additional cost associated with the vision improvement of these refractive implants.

 

PRIVATE MEDICAL INSURANCE & CATARACT SURGERY

If you have private insurance, we expect that your health care service plan will pay for cataract surgery, less any deductible or co-pay requirements. Your insurance will cover a traditional monofocal lens implant. If you choose a presbyopic lens implant (for fuller range vision after surgery), or an astigmatism-correcting lens implant (which corrects the out-of-round condition of your eye), you will be responsible for the additional cost associated with the vision improvement of these refractive lens implants.

 

FINANCING OPTIONS

We offer flexible payment options through Alphaeon and CareCredit. Our surgical counselor will work with you to determine the best payment option. You don’t want to live with compromised vision, and you don’t have to. Find an extended payment option that makes improved vision a reality.

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