Safe and successful vision correction requires high-value laser equipment and state-of-the-art diagnostic instruments. This is reflected in the price of the interventions, which are not cheap. But have you ever calculated how much money you actually spend, in smaller amounts, over the course of your life on vision-improving devices, supplementary fluids or related drug therapy and ophthalmologists’ care? Have you ever thought about how many things you have to take into account if you wish to have a similar life to those who see well and the extra costs arising from this?

More and more people are realising that the improvement of their vision is a necessary, important and valuable investment in their lives, which can yield a return in a few years’ time, putting an end to regular and extra costs and opening up new opportunities for them.


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