Cost/Financing Options

Payment Options

Approved payment methods:

  • Credit card (Visa, MasterCard, American Express, Discover)
  • No Personal Checks
  • Additional financing available:  You can obtain an application from our office by calling our Financial Counselor at 801-587-1872 or 801-213-2425.  Arrangements must be made prior to surgery.  We must be notified in advance if you plan to use financing with a flex benefit plan.
  • Cash.

Free refractive surgery visual screenings are offered between the hours of 8 and 5 during the week and on certain Saturday mornings. Free LASIK Seminars are also held on certain weeknights to help determine if LASIK is a good fit for you.

Laser and non-laser vision correction is usually not covered by insurance. However, if during the course of prescreening or operative work up, an eye disease is discovered, your insurance carrier will be billed accordingly.

Independent low monthly payment financing is available for all procedures. You can obtain an application from our office by calling our Financial Counselor at 801-587-1872 or 801-213-2425

Prices subject to change.

For Payment or Financial Questions, Please Call


When you decide on refractive surgery, you are making an investment in one of your most valuable senses, your eye sight.  The following "global fees" include all preoperative work ups and one full year of postoperative care. All medically necessary enhancements or "touch ups" are covered during the first year; thereafter a $200 facility fee and office visit charge will be required.

Fees for Vision Correction Procedures

LASIK or PRK $1,200-2,200 per eye
CK - Conductive Keratoplasty $1,500 per eye
INTACS – Intrastromal corneal ring, $3042 per eye
With conscious sedation (two sets/two eyes for KCN $5,578)
Verisyse Myopia Lens $4225 per eye
Visian Myopia Lens $3,675 per eye
With conscious sedation
Clear Lens Extraction $3,200 per eye
Specialized lenses have additional fees:  Toric $4,125, ReSTOR $4,700, Technis Multifocal $4250, Crystalens HD $4,900.  Fees for lenses can be reduced by $300 per eye by using conscious sedation anesthesia.

All clinical services and programs are part of University of Utah Hospitals & Clinics