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Cataracts related to aging progress slowly over time, while those resulting from illness, injury or environmental factors at a younger age can develop more quickly. In either case, cataracts lead to daily vision problems and if left untreated, can worsen over time making treatment more difficult. Treating them early is important to the overall health of your eyes and maintaining optimal vision for years to come.
If the time comes when your cataracts require a surgical procedure to improve your vision, it’s important to understand what aspects of cataract treatment are covered by your insurance. At ICON Eyecare, we will sit down with you and discuss the costs associated with cataract surgery and help you navigate payment options. Cataract surgery cost and coverage will likely vary depending on if you choose laser-assisted cataract surgery or standard cataract surgery.
How Much Does Cataract Surgery Cost?
The average cost of this procedure will vary. The majority of patients who require cataract surgery will be covered by either your insurance company or Medicare coverage. Of course, in both cases, you’ll need to have met both your deductible and copay for the insurance to kick in so there may be an out-of-pocket expense. When private insurance and Medicare are not options, employer insurance (usually a flexible spending account) may help you pay for your cataract surgery.
Talk to Us About Financing Options
If you have questions about paying for cataract surgery, we invite you to speak to one of our financial counselors during your VIP consultation appointment. When patients do not have insurance to cover the entirety of their cataract surgery, ICON Eyecare offers a number of financing options. We will gladly work with you to find a monthly payment that fits your budget.
At ICON Eyecare, we offer several patient-friendly financing options, including 0% financing for up to two years with no money down and low monthly payments (subject to credit approval). Our surgical counselors will meet with you during your consultation to help you navigate the insurance process and determine how to make cataract surgery most affordable for you.