Have you ever thought about how much it costs to buy contact lenses every day for a year? Did you think about it in terms of monthly and daily refills? We have done the math, and the results will SHOCK you!

Contacts can cost you over a thousand dollars a year

When you add up the price of contact lenses alone, you will be paying more than twelve hundred bucks a year for your contacts. A typical prescription for daily contact lenses costs around $100 per month. With that amount alone, you will spend upwards of $50,000 over a lifetime in just contacts. Incredible numbers, right?

Lasik eye surgery can eliminate yearly fees

When you have Lasik surgery, you will not have the contact lens fees every month. You will also get rid of cleaning solution costs, replacement lenses, prescription sunglasses, trips to the eye doctor for infections, and you might even get to lose the eyeglasses too. If you add in the cost of designer frames and sunglasses, your saved costs for having Lasik eye surgery could reach over 100 grand in your lifetime. All of these fees could disappear with Lasik surgery.
You chose contact lenses because you were not happy with eyeglasses, so why not make the decision permanent with Lasik eye surgery? Can you imagine what you could do with that much money each year? You could put it in savings and have a nice chunk of change to send kids to college, buy a home, or get the car of your dreams by the time you reach middle age or a little older. The monthly savings would be enough to pay for a new house and a car alone. Are you willing to continue to part with thousands of dollars to keep contacts?

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