People considering LASIK are already on the “expenses treadmill” of covering the continuing costs of contacts and glasses – and LASIK can seem like a breath of fresh air.

An Insurance Industry survey conducted in 2007 estimated that lens-wearers will spend up to $12,000 over the next 10 years: for new prescriptions, new frames, new contacts, solutions, preparations, and replacements – the price mounts up – and they’ll still be burdened with the inconveniences of wearing lenses.

If you do the math, you’ll probably figure out that you’ve already paid for your LASIK, maybe a year or so ago, or even a couple of times over. Well, this drain on your pocketbook doesn’t have to continue. You can have the best LASIK technology for just a few dollars a month, and with 0% payment plans you’re done in 12 or 24 months. Plus, the money you’re saving on lenses will be freed up for more enjoyable purposes!