Celebrate Freedom … from Glasses and Contacts

As you celebrate America’s birthday, why not get yourself a present? The gift of freedom from contacts and glasses.

The confidence and peace of mind that come with good vision are liberating. If you’re chained to bulky prescription eyeglasses and the taxing responsibility of contact lenses, exercise the unalienable right to better sight. Here are a few things we the people of Lake Lazer Eye Center want you to know about life after a Detroit LASIK or SMILE procedure with Dr. Khambati.

You feel more at home (and brave) on the road.

No pair of eyeglasses or contact lenses can match the outcomes patients can achieve from laser vision correction. Imagine clearly seeing every detail of the Declaration of Independence just as easily as the full splendor of the Grand Canyon.

But sharper eyesight enhances your enjoyment of the journey, not just the destination. Mile markers and highway signs are easier to spot. You’ll recognize road hazards earlier and more reliably … meaning less risk of traffic mishaps that could derail the great American vacation. 

You can declare independence from burdensome supplies.

Every glasses and contact lens wearer has misplaced prescription eyewear at least once. Imagine that happening in a strange city or state. It’s a huge pain to get replacements while you’re touring an unfamiliar place in this great land of ours. Good luck if it happens on a national holiday.

After LASIK, you’re no longer encumbered by visual aids and all the associated supplies. Just get up and head out! No need to hunt down the right spectacles and pack up solutions and lens cases.

You break free of “renting your vision.”

It’s said that when you buy glasses and contacts, you’re not so much buying vision as renting it. That is, you will never retire that expense for as long as you live. Over a lifetime, you could spend up to $25,000 on vision correction prescriptions and supplies … and still have poor eyesight.

Compare that to laser eye surgery: The nationwide average cost of LASIK is about $2,300 – $3,300 per eye. Patients use a variety of funding:

Remember, money is freedom. The long-term cost savings you realize from LASIK could help fund an American dream, such as the down payment on a car or home, or a trip to a national park.

You could be a prime candidate for LASIK vision correction. Take the Lake Lazer Eye Center’s LASIK Self-Test to find out, then meet with one of our LASIK surgeons to learn more about your options.

Lake Lazer Eye Center offers up-front pricing, and convenient and affordable payment plans for SoftTouch LASIK and the SMILE procedure. Dr. Khambati has helped thousands of people from all over the world escape the restrictions of glasses and contacts. In the event that you’re not a candidate for vision correction, we’ll assist you with a contact lens evaluation or a selection of designer and specialty eyewear.