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    Sounds right to me. I used to see the ads which said it would be $1500 per eye but after researching more found it went up the worse your eyes are.

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    Default Lazer eye surgery anyone?

    I had my surgery about 13 years ago and the results were amazing. But... I have just started to have to wear glasses again. My eyesight had stopped changing when I got it done but I think that my 2 pregnancies have changed it again as I found it got worse with each of them. Especially my last one and now I need to wear glasses at times. The optometrist said it is to do with increased fluid in the eyes or something. I guess my advice is just make sure that your vision is completely settled before you have the surgery. I for some reason thought that it would fix it forever even if my eyes changed...

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    Quote Originally Posted by kim85 View Post
    I just got quoted $3250 per eye.. Does this sound right??
    Sounds like a reasonable price - I was quoted $4200 an eye Only a few years a go it was around $2K an eye - grrr. I am waiting for PHC for it, but I think I will be waiting a while LOL


 

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