To properly maintain both the health of your eyes and avoid further deterioration of your eyesight, there are constant costs involved as a glasses and contacts wearer.
Not only do you require regular checkups and frequent retesting, but there is also the costs of new frames, properly coated lenses and, for contact lens wearers, continual outgoings to ensure you’re never without a fresh pair. Over time, these costs can add up significantly - and there’s no way of avoiding them...unless you consider laser eye surgery. While admittedly a slightly higher cost short term, surgery could save you money in the long run.
Often, glasses wearers can feel self-conscious or unsure about their own appearance due to their frames. While contacts are an option, these can be expensive, some people may find them uncomfortable, and they’re not available to everybody. Some people admit to not wearing their glasses even when required, and the negative long-term harm that can be done to their eyesight is incredibly damaging.
By making an investment in themselves, many of our clients experience a real boost to their self-confidence post-surgery.
Walking in the rain, lenses fogging, not being able to see in the shower, paying more for sunglasses, being uncomfortable watching 3D films at the cinema, struggling playing sport, valuable space in your handbag being taken up - and that’s not even scratching the surface.
These all may seem like trivial issues individually, but when stacked together, they really can make day-to-day life far more inconvenient than it ought to be. You will notice an immediate ease in your daily activities which you were being kept from before, and while others may not fully appreciate that, you certainly will.
If you’re still in doubt or have further questions you’d like to ask, please feel free to contact our friendly team of patient advisors. To arrange a consultation with our specialist surgeon, click here or complete the form below. We’d be delighted to help you begin your laser eye surgery right away!
All eye surgical procedures carry a level of risk including not obtaining the desired outcome, through to varying levels of visual loss. Your eye surgeon will discuss the risks and benefits, including ones specific to your circumstances, at the time of your pre-operative consultation.