Smiling woman


LASIK surgery costs, on average, $4,400 in the United States.

Our practice expertly performs LASIK eye surgery starting at $1,995 per eye–less than the national average.

Our experienced LASIK surgeons help Denver, CO, patients see without barriers and without breaking the bank.

How Much Does LASIK Cost? National Average vs. Our Price

We strive to keep LASIK procedure costs lower than the national average without sacrificing patient safety or satisfaction.
National average for Lasik is $4,400 and cost per eye at our practice is $1,995

Better Eyesight Starts With a Consultation We Offer Same-Day Appointments

If you're interested in vision correction with LASIK eye surgery, consulting our team is the best place to start. During a consultation at our ophthalmologists' office in Denver, CO, our surgeons can determine if you're a candidate for LASIK and provide you with a custom LASIK cost. While our laser procedures start at $1,995 per eye, the cost may differ depending on your prescription and other unique factors. Our surgeons offer same-day appointments through Zocdoc so you can get started on your journey to better eyesight as soon as possible. 

Does Insurance Cover LASIK? Insurance and Financing Options

Insurance does not often cover the cost of LASIK eye surgery but we strongly believe the value it provides for your quality of life is worth the investment. That's why we accept financing through CareCredit® and GreenSky® to help you break the cost of treatment into manageable monthly payments at low to no interest. 

Alternatives to LASIK

Glasses or Contacts

The most popular non-surgical alternative to LASIK eye surgery is for patients to choose between glasses or contacts. Glasses are the least expensive option for vision correction because contact costs can add up over time. Throughout the years, it may be similar to or surpass the cost of LASIK surgery, depending on the frequency of wear. 

More on Comprehensive Eye Exams

PRK Surgery

For patients with thin corneas or other factors that make them ineligible for LASIK surgery, photorefractive keratectomy (PRK) may be the solution you need. PRK typically costs about the same as LASIK. However, the procedure often involves a longer recovery, which may mean taking additional time off of work.

Explore Options With a Consultation

ICL Surgery

Intraocular contact lenses (ICL) are FDA-approved permanent contact lenses placed between the pupil and crystalline lens in your eyes. This procedure can be great for patients with dry eyes that may worsen with LASIK surgery. However, the ICL procedure does cost significantly more than LASIK–sometimes as much as double the cost. 

Explore ICL

Colorado Patients Recommend Our LASIK Surgeons


Dan Reed


Google logo

Very professional I had a very successful cataract surgery and Lasik mini years before that. Personally I have loved almost never wearing glasses!

View on Google

Katherine thayer


Google logo

Have been a patient at this practice for 20 years. Office personnel are caring, friendly and competent. Have had cataract and LASIK surgeries with Dr Coco and highly recommend him.

View on Google
The team at Hines Sight

Hines Sight

The team at Hines Sight works together to provide the greater Denver, CO, area with the best possible experience. Our doctors are affiliated with professional organizations, including:

  • American Academy of Ophthalmology
  • American Osteopathic Association
  • American Osteopathic College of Ophthalmology
  • American Society of Cataract and Refractive Surgery
  • International Society of Refractive Surgery
  • Sigma Sigma Phi Osteopathic Honors Society

Schedule your consultation by contacting us online or calling us at (303) 777-3277.

Get In Touch Today

Rate, Review & Explore

Social Accounts Sprite