Vision Correction

Vision correction procedures are affordable, especially when compared to your lifetime cost of maintaining glasses and contacts.

If you’re thinking about getting a vision correction procedure and are worried about the cost, try our affordability calculator to determine how you can benefit from long-term cost savings with a vision correction procedure.

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*Calculation includes $50 for contact lens solution, glasses case, and other miscellaneous items per year; $130 (per year) for a pair of prescription readers for anyone 45 years or older. Annual exams are not included in the calculation. We have factored in the average US lifespan of 79 years. Your numbers may vary.

Vision Correction Financing

At FSN Eye Center, we offer vision correction financing through CareCredit. Your CareCredit healthcare credit card can help you pay for vision care costs for you and your family.

*Offering 12, 18, or 24 months interest-free financing!

Learn more by visiting www.carecredit.com or contact our office at
(815) 240-9095.

Other Payment Options

At FSN Eye Center, we are committed to making our vision correction procedures affordable and offer various payment options that work within your budget. You may choose from the following other forms of payment to cover your vision correction procedure:

  • Cash
  • Check
  • Credit Card
  • Health Savings Accounts (HSA)
  • Medical Savings Accounts (MSA)

Vision Correction Options

At FSN Eye Center, we offer several Vision Correction options, including Visian ICL, LASIK, PRK, and Clear Lens Exchange. Due to technological advances, you have more options than ever before in vision correction procedures. Each option has one goal in mind…to reduce or eliminate your dependence on glasses, reading glasses, and contacts. Most of our Vision Correction options are performed while you recline and relax in our onsite AAAHC accredited surgical suite.

Visian ICL. Visian ICL, also called an Implantable Collamer® Lens, is a refractive implant to correct common vision issues like myopia (nearsightedness) and astigmatism. Unlike some other vision correction options, the Visian ICL is an additive technology that corrects vision but does not remove any corneal tissue. The Visian ICL is meant to reduce or eliminate the need for glasses or contacts, and unlike most permanent refractive solutions, the Visian ICL is removable.

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LASIK. LASIK is the most common and well-known vision correction surgery. During LASIK, your surgeon uses an excimer laser to reshape the cornea to improve the way the eye focuses light rays onto the retina. Specifically, your surgeon creates a thin flap in your cornea and applies laser treatment beneath.

We use advanced technology to individualize your vision correction. CustomVue Wavefront technology is groundbreaking because it has the potential to improve not only how much you can see but also how well you can see. With custom LASIK, your eye’s ability to focus light is measured, and a 3-D map is created that demonstrates irregularities. Information contained in the map guides the laser in customizing the treatment to reshape your eye’s corneal surface so that these irregularities can be corrected. Traditional LASIK procedures cannot treat these irregularities.

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PRK. PRK (photorefractive keratectomy) is a laser eye surgery used to correct mild to moderate nearsightedness, farsightedness, and/or astigmatism by changing the shape of the cornea. It is a no flap safer alternative to LASIK.

We use advanced technology to individualize your vision correction. The iDesign Refractive Studio technology is groundbreaking because it can improve how much you can see and how well you can see.

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Clear Lens Exchange. Clear Lens Exchange (CLE) may be a better option than LASIK, PRK, or Visian ICL surgery for people with presbyopia and high hyperopia (farsightedness). Clear Lens Exchange replaces your eye’s clear natural lens with an artificial lens to correct your distance and near vision, reducing your need for reading glasses or bifocals.

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