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Making Cataract Surgery Affordable

You may be wondering about the cost of cataract eye surgery – it’s a consideration for all cataract patients. Regardless of cost, cataract surgery is important because it prevents vision loss. And because cataracts cannot be prevented, medical insurance, including Medicare, typically does cover cataract surgery, though there are some important considerations:

  • Timing

    When choosing to undergo cataract surgery, your insurer considers the status, or maturity, of your cataracts. It’s important to know if your insurance policy covers costs any time or just when cataracts interfere with your ability to work or perform daily tasks.

    Cataract Symptoms
  • Lens Choice

    Insurance coverage and the cataract surgery cost depends on the type of intraocular lens (IOL) you choose. There are numerous options of IOL and your choice can depend on your vision goals following surgery.

    About Lens Options
  • Surgical Technique

    Insurance companies may not cover techniques such as laser incisions. These advanced techniques can offer improved intraoperative precision and quicker recovery times but do come at an increased fee that is not always covered by insurance.

    What is Cataract Surgery

The Vision You Deserve

Because the cost of cataract surgery depends on your insurance plan, copays, and deductibles, it’s difficult to provide an accurate range. At Swagel Wootton out-of-pocket upgrade costs can range from $1,900/eye to $3,900/eye. Swagel Wootton’s team of highly-skilled surgeons uses the latest technology to ensure your safety, comfort, and results. Additionally, Dr. Loan Ramsey is a Best Cataract Surgeon in America.

The team at Swagel Wootton is committed to helping everyone achieve the vision they deserve. To do that, we offer 0% interest for 24 months financing (subject to credit approval) through CareCredit and Alphaeon Credit. We also accepts HSAs and FSAs. You can learn more about our payment plans and options here.

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