4 Tips To Make Better Vision More Affordable in Utah
When it comes to your eyes, safety, experience, and vision outcomes should be your top priority. However, if vision correction is right for you, we believe the cost of the procedure should not jeopardize your ability to receive the highest quality vision correction in northern Utah. It is never worth it to try to save a few dollars by choosing a doctor with whom that you are not completely comfortable.
However, the cost of your vision correction surgery is an important part of the equation when deciding if vision correction surgery is right for you. Many people are surprised to discover that vision correction surgery can actually save you money over time. A recent survey indicated that for most people LASIK surgery pays for itself within three years. Here are some additional tips to help ensure you get the highest quality vision correction procedure while making it affordable for nearly any budget.
Tip 1: Flex spending
Flex Spending Accounts are more common than ever and offer tax-free options for people to pay for medical expenses. With FSAs, employees decide on an amount to set aside from each paycheck that can be used for approved medical expenses. Because these funds are not taxed, it is a great way for your money to go 15-30% farther. Also, because the funds agreed to for FSAs are available at the beginning of your benefits period, you can use your full amount to pay for LASIK and not pay interest or financing charges.
Tip 2: Tax Refund
If you are among the nearly 8 out of 10 Americans that will receive a tax refund this year, this could be a great resource to pay for vision correction surgery. If you are expecting a refund this year, now is a perfect time to schedule your complimentary VIP Vision Correction Consultation. When you come in for your consultation, you will be able to find out all the details you need to know exactly what procedure will be right for you, what kind of results you can expect, and the exact cost of your surgery. Don’t waste your refund by spending it on something that you will quickly forget. By using your tax refund you will be investing in yourself and will be using your refund for something that you will be able to enjoy every day for years and years to come.
Tip 3: Financing
At Monson Vision, we know that the cost of vision correction surgery is an important factor when deciding to improve your vision, and we want to make it as easy as possible. The Monson Vision Team is as proud of our transparent financing as we are our vision results and high touch service. No fine print. No hidden fees.
We offer affordable, interest-free payment plans through both Alphaeon and Care Credit, allowing your vision restoration for about the same monthly costs as a typical family cell phone plan. By offering multiple financing options including low monthly payments for an extended period or zero-interest financing options, we can customize your payments almost as well as we can customize your vision.
Flex Spending Accounts and Health Savings Accounts can also be used to cover your procedure, tax-free; or an interest-free installment loan with Green Sky that will not affect your credit score. Ask us about financing options during your free consultation and we can help find an affordable option for nearly anyone.
Tip 4: Getting The Most For Your Money
Vision correction surgery is an investment. You want the best technology, a procedure customized specifically for you, and a doctor with experience providing the highest care. When you trust us to provide you with better vision, we commit to caring for your vision and we guarantee it. We are so confident in our vision outcomes, the experience of our surgeons, and our superior technology—that we back up our vision correction procedures with our Lifetime Vision Security; We stand by our vision procedures for life.
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