Costs eye laser
The cost of eye laser treatment depends on the applied treatment method. The exact costs can only be determined after an extensive examination by our Smile Eyes experts.
In principle, all indicated prices include all preliminary and follow-up examination up to one year postoperative. A possible subsequent second correction is included.
approx. 2.500 Euro / eye
approx. 2.400 Euro / eye
approx. 1.900 Euro / eye
Costs lens surgery
The cost for lens surgery depends on the applied method.
After an extensive examination and a consultation regarding your personal needs we can present you with a binding cost schedule. Generally our prices include the preliminary and follow-up examination up to one year postoperative.
Implantation per eye
including lens implant
from 3.490 Euro / eye
Refractive lens exchange per eye
Including implanted lens
from 3.490 Euro / eye
Costs lid correction and wrinkle smoothing
After extensive examination and a consultation regarding your personal wishes we can present you with a binding cost schedule. Please make an appointment with one of our Smile Eyes experts.
With your choice of aesthetical surgery in a Smile Eyes clinic
(hooded lids, lachrymal sack)
Our service includes
- An extensive ophthalmological preliminary examination including determination of the wave front of the eye, a surface representation of the cornea and a detailed thickness measurement
- With unsuitability to surgery, the patient pays only the cost of the preliminary examination
- All examinations and treatments are done with state of the Art devices that take into account even the smallest visual defect
Information for private patients:
According to tariff often costs are taken over by the health insurance. If you wish we assist with the application for the reimbursement.
Financing options and fiscal deductibility
Use the possibility of fiscal deductibility:
Eye laser treatment or eye surgery is fiscally deductible as extraordinary burden. In 2006 the financial administration voted regarding fiscal treatment of expenses for interventions in the field of refractive surgery. Starting point for this decision was the question if for fiscal consideration a doctor´s certificate, issued prior to surgery, should be requested. The decision is unequivocal: taxpayers that undergo refractive eye surgery always suffer from a defective vision and therefore from a disease.
Thus surgery constitutes a therapy with a scientifically proven surgical method. Costs for this surgery should be regarded as an extraordinary burden without the presentation of a doctor´s certificate. (Source: Oberfinanzdirektion Koblenz, 22.06.2006 (S 2284 A – St 32 3).
The above explanation constitutes a non-binding notice and does not replace legal or fiscal consultation.