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Financing

Financing Assistance for LASIK and other Ophthalmology Surgical Procedures

Flex Plans

Save up to 30% on eye care using a medical savings account

Health savings accounts (HSA), cafeteria plans, and flex spending accounts (FSA) can reduce the cost of eye care.  Flex plan dollars can be for LASIK, an eye exam, glasses, contact lenses, and deductibles. A health savings can reduce your taxable income because you are purchasing eye care with pre-tax dollars. If you are considering LASIK, talk with your employer about a health savings account to qualify for pre-tax savings.


Cash, Check or Credit Card

We accept cash, checks, Visa and Mastercard.  If you have any questions about financing, please call our office.


Insurance

We accept most medical and vision insurance plans.  We will be happyto assist you with your coverage for procedures, eye exams and eye wear benefits.


Payment Plans

Through a special relationship with US Bank, we can possibly assist you in funding the financing for this procedure.

Here are the features:

  • 0% interest for 6 to 12 months
  • Easy 5-minute application completed right over the phone
  • Approval notification within two hours
  • High approval ratios for many ophthalmology clients
  • Payments as low as $50/month to finance the entire procedure
  • Low interest rates
  • In most cases you can receive your funds the same day

To apply please contact:

Jarrod Glodt
Personal Banking Officer
US Bank
303-473-2313
jarrod.glodt@usbank.com

 

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