2020 Vision in the Year 2020: Financing Makes It Possible This Year

We don’t have a crystal ball, but when we look into 2020, we see clear vision for you. If you’ve never experienced 20/20 vision, you’re in for a life-changing experience. Being able to go without glasses or contacts is pretty amazing, and this year, its more accessible than ever. Grab the champagne and get ready to celebrate; this year is the year you’ll finally enjoy better vision thanks to LASIK surgery.

Why Should I Consider LASIK Surgery in 2020?

You’ve hated your glasses for years, but when its all you’ve ever known, you’ve learned to accept them and it’s easy to get complacent. Life is busy and even though you dream of LASIK one day, making that day today isn’t always a top priority. Work, school, and family fill your days and each morning, you put on those glasses again. We’ve got a challenge for you this year. If you’re thinking about LASIK, make this year the year you finally learn more about it.

  • According to the latest research, ⦁ 99% of LASIK patients achieve vision that is 20/40 or better.
  • LASIK has a 96% patient satisfaction rate.
  • Vision correction is almost immediate. You’ll see improvement the next day.
  • Our LASIK patients experience very little discomfort, if any.
  • Downtime is non-existent. Return to work the very next day, of if you prefer, take the day off and enjoy a fun day with family or friends.

We’re not going to lie, life without glasses is better than life with them. When your glasses or contacts aren’t cramping your style, you can enjoy outdoor activities more readily. Go for a hike in the rain without having to stop and wipe mist from your lenses. Imagine waking at night and actually being able to see. And being able to choose any pair of shades you like, or even several pairs, is a great perk of life after LASIK.

LASIK Is an Investment- Here’s How to Pay for It

LASIK is an investment in your vision and your future. A typical LASIK procedure using the latest technology that is performed by a skilled and experienced refractive surgeon typically costs between $4000-$6000. If you’re being quoted prices that are much lower than this, run in the other direction. Some practices use older technology to lower their rates, but this also can produce inferior results. When it comes to your vision, there’s no room for compromise.

For the best results from your procedure, choose a facility that uses advanced LASIK technologies like bladeless Wavefront technology. Choose a provider that performs many LASIK surgeries each year and that has advanced training in refractive surgery. You may pay a little more initially, but you’ll avoid complications and achieve better results than possible with older technologies.

Our patients are always telling us that LASIK is well worth the investment but rounding up the cash can be a challenge. Our financing options make this procedure accessible to most patients. Contact CareCredit® to learn more about financing your LASIK procedure at Will Vision and Laser Centers, the premier vision correction facility in the Pacific Northwest. And, we are always here to help or answer any questions you may have at any point in the process. Contact us today to take the first step towards life with better vision.