The costs of eyewear and general eye care services can vary year to year depending on the changes in prescription, medical eye care needs, and even choice of fashion. While some adventurous individuals invest in designer brands of eyewear, others dip into their wallet testing the various contact lens options, even spending nearly a thousand dollars yearly.
Although increased costs generally provide more benefit or a more fashionable appearance, vision correction such as through ortho-k lenses can be just as affordable and easy to maintain. When browsing through the various prices and shopping for bargains, most practices that provide orthokeratology require an orthokeratology consultation to provide you with a solid quote. They use the consultation to assess the health of your cornea, calculate a variety of specific measurements, and ultimately prescribe the unique contact lens solution for your pair of eyes. Each step can change the pricing but will secure your vision with amazing & comfortable clarity. The cheaper the costs, the less likely you'll receive as much care or ensure the use of higher quality lenses.
Knowing that each pair of ortho-k lenses is unique to your visual requirements means there's more cost from the initial evaluations. Fortunately, the costs beyond the first fitting are far more affordable through a practice like , where we’re able to support your budget and make vision correction easier. If you're currently using ortho-k lenses and feel you're paying a premium, contact our practice to discuss how our maintenance plan may be better suited for your needs.
Achieving 20/20 or perfect vision has never been more available to both children and adults. Ortho-k has a competitive price compared to daily contact lenses but with far greater benefits for your vision, especially when controlling nearsightedness in children. Why do costs for orthokeratology differ between practices? Not every eye doctor is as experienced or utilizes the same advanced technology as . Some provide ortho-k lenses using cheaper lenses that are less customizable or durable, requiring replacements sooner.
Want to take the first step in vision correction without surgery in for you or your child? Contact our practice, today.