What is the cost of LASIK in Houston?

It may appear difficult to get a direct answer to this question while searching for LASIK online. The cost varies by practice and none appear to offer price transparency. This is due to the fact that their pricing is determined by whether you have astigmatism, the strength of your prescription, whether you want to ensure enhancements, and whether topography treatment is required. 

Each of these items raises the price of the item. Our pricing is straightforward and honest. LASIK is $2,800 for one eye or $5,600 for both, regardless of astigmatism, prescription strength, or topography, and our prices include enhancements and eye medication. We offer 0% interest financing for 24 months to help with budgeting.

In the United States, the average cost of LASIK is $5,000


Why does LASIK cost so much in Houston?

The truth is, it doesn’t. LASIK is very affordable when compared to the cost of glasses and contact lenses. Consider this: Instead of renting your vision from the glasses and contacts industry, you can own it. LASIK is also safer than wearing contact lenses. LASIK is less expensive than contact lenses in the long run, safer, and provides better vision. Use our affordability calculator to see how much you can save by getting LASIK.

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Choosing between owning and renting your vision:

The average person can spend $25,000+ on glasses, contact lenses, solution, eye exams, etc, over a lifetime. It’s like renting your vision from the glasses and contact lens industry. Worst of all, these will NEVER correct your vision.
LASIK Pricing Factor #1


The following are the main factors that influence the cost of LASIK. The lasers used in LASIK are extremely advanced, precise enough to write letters on a human hair. Two distinct lasers are required, and advanced LASIK is not possible without BOTH lasers.

THE FIRST ONE creates a guided flap

the SECOND ONE reshapes your vision


Your Surgeon

The surgeon behind the lasers is the most important aspect of vision correction. The surgeon, believe it or not, makes all the difference. Yes, lasers are necessary for advanced LASIK, but they are simply tools used by the surgeon. A surgeon’s ability to correct vision requires years of education, training, and experience. When choosing a vision correction surgeon, look for someone who is willing to explain the procedure, listen to your concerns, and has made the commitment to be the best in the field. During your initial consultation, you will meet with Dr. Sura, who will devise a vision correction strategy for you. He will ensure that you are happy with the plan and your results.

“I chose ophthalmology as a career because I saw and personally experienced the opportunity to make a tremendous improvement in patients’ quality of life.”

—Dr. Sura

“I chose ophthalmology as a career because I saw and personally experienced the opportunity to make a tremendous improvement in patients’ quality of life.”

—Dr. Sura


What about LASIK discounts?

If you think you can get LASIK for $250 or $220 per eye, you’ll be disappointed. To get you in the door, the bait-and-switch strategy is used. This is how it works. You begin by visiting a low-cost LASIK center for a free consultation. The “bait” part is luring you in with a ridiculously low LASIK cost. The “switch” happens when a salesperson informs you that you do not qualify for the discounted price due to testing results. We regard refractive surgery as a life-changing decision in which you put your trust in us to do what is best for you. This is not a manufacturing procedure. Because of this personalized care, as well as Dr. Sura’s expertise and experience, we do not discount LASIK or any of our other vision correction procedures. For your convenience, we offer several zero-interest financing options.

discounts are for commodities, your eyes are not one.


LASIK isn't all the same.

If you needed brain surgery, would you start searching for a discount brain surgeon? Your vision should be treated the same. If a LASIK center is charging less than an average price, you should be asking yourself how they are able to do that. What shortcuts are they taking, or what technology are they skimping on in order to save costs? That perceived savings is not in your best interest.

What do we charge at SuraVision vision for LASIK?

For LASIK at SuraVision, we charge $2,800 per eye, or $5,600 for both eyes. Our prices are all-inclusive. The price includes your vision correction using the latest technology, all the visits, eye medications, and enhancements. You will meet a highly trained and qualified physician who is an expert in vision correction, and who makes sure everything progresses perfectly. Our pricing is not contingent on your glasses prescription, astigmatism, enhancements, or the technology used.

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