mannu_cse wrote: »
I am planning to get laser eye treatment with optilase
Anyone who's got it done please share your experiences.
I am a software professional and work on computer so want to know how soon I can resume my work.
lemmno wrote: »
Please please please think about every little thing before you go for it. Get two more opinions about whether you're suitable or not, get your dryness levels checked, schirmer, TBUT, eyelids and glands. It's all well and good when it goes well but absolute hell if it doesn't. If you have 3 separate opinions telling you that you're suitable then give it thought, but not befor then! I apologise for pretty much telling you what to do but the less people that have to suffer the way I have then the better.
rob180 wrote: »
Just pop in to tell everyone that all is well after the mid-August check up. Next check up will be around November. There's virtually no dryness and I don't use any eye drops anymore.
It's still a novelty waking up first thing and see everything in the room so clearly. Every now and then before bed, I even sometime try to take off my contact lenses, still thinking I am still wearing them. Only realised "oh, i don't wear them anymore".
I am really enjoying my freedom without contact lenses and glasses. Best monies I ever spent on myself.
rob180 wrote: »
Had my eyes done on Friday in Cork, so far so good. Was able to drive home on Saturday, after the next day check up.
Will be back at work tomorrow. Very please with the results so far. Got 10% extra (Couple)discount cos the missus had the procedures done at the same time as well.
DFD wrote: »
I am thinking of getting it done myself. Where did you get it done and was it expensive?
New to this. I've just been reading all the comments, thank you to you all. I've booked my consultation appointment with Optilase in Cork. Just wondering if anyone has paid via the finance route? What was the schedule of payment like? The lady on the phone gave me an initial quote of between â‚¬2,300 & â‚¬3,070. Does this sound about right or should I expect a higher price at the consultation?
Hey, Thanks for your reply. You paid â‚¬600 over monthly payments is it? Gosh, It's a lot up front isn't it. What discounts did you avail of, health insurance or tax relief or both?
Got mine done in Optilase last week. They say the VHI discount is included in the price of 3.5k - I think its a bit of a gimmick really.
Hi guys, I'll be getting one eye done in Optilase Cork in a couple of months. If anyone wants to do a referral with me, send me a PM. Cheers!
Hi Guys, I'm looking for a referral discount for Optilase Dublin if anyone can help me out.
reddanmm wrote: »
I went to optilase and got a quote for 3400 for wavefront . I also got a quote for a lower price with laser vision.ie.who had excellent reviews
When I contacted optilase about their price match promise they said that they had better spec equipment than them, even though it was the same op ( wavefront) so no discount . Also their ad for €500 off is totally misleading , nowhere in their ad does it state you will not get the lifetime gaurantee If you avail of it.
I went to optilase and got a quote for 3400 for wavefront . I also got a quote for a lower price with laser vision.ie.who had excellent reviews When I contacted optilase about their price match promise they said that they had better spec equipment than them, even though it was the same op ( wavefront) so no discount . Also their ad for â‚¬500 off is totally misleading , nowhere in their ad does it state you will not get the lifetime gaurantee If you avail of it.
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