Pricing

Park Avenue SafeSight tries harder than all of the other centers to make your SafeSight™ affordable

“Own your vision for the same price as you’re now renting it in glasses and contacts! “


Silver

$3

per day

  • 10x safer than LASIK
  • Faster recovery than PRK
  • Corrected to 0.25 Rx
  • x-mark-xxl  Pricing x mark xxl Wavefront guided
  • x-mark-xxl  Pricing x mark xxl Lifetime guarantee

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Gold

$4

per day

  • 10x safer than LASIK
  • Faster recovery than PRK
  • Corrected to 0.01 Rx
  • checkmark-xxl  Pricing checkmark xxl Wavefront guided
  • x-mark-xxl  Pricing x mark xxl Lifetime guarantee

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Platinum

$5

per day

  • 10x Safer than LASIK
  • Recovery as fast as LASIK
  • Corrected to 0.01 Rx
  • checkmark-xxl  Pricing checkmark xxl Wavefront guided
  • x-mark-xxl  Pricing x mark xxl Lifetime guarantee

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Diamond

$6

per day

  • 10x Safer than LASIK
  • Recovery as fast as LASIK
  • Corrected to 0.01 Rx
  • checkmark-xxl  Pricing checkmark xxl Wavefront guided
  • checkmark-xxl  Pricing checkmark xxl Lifetime guarantee

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Differences between PRK and LASEK
PRK is an archaic, outdated way to perform surface ablation that Dr. Chynn used to perform, but stopped performing in 1999. PRK is always painful, takes forever to heal, requires people to miss a lot of work, and worse of all, is prone to scarring. LASEK was invented at Harvard by two of Dr. Chynn’s mentors, and preserves the safety of a non-cutting procedure, without any of the downside of delayed, painful recovery. Since he switched to LASEK, none of his patients complain about pain anymore, and most of them only have to take 2 days off of work. No surgeon on the planet actually performs both PRK and LASEK, as there is no reason to perform both the newer and outdated ways of performing a surface ablation. In reality, many doctors are really performing PRK, and then calling it LASEK (if a more informed patient asks), because they realize that they should be performing the more advanced technique.

HD vs. Standard procedure

Patients are often confused about all the terminology regarding LASIK and LASEK. Basically, the former is cutting, and the latter is non-cutting. A totally different issue is custom vs. standard. For clarity, here are all the terms that all indicate custom, meaning these terms are all synonyms: custom, wavefront, CustomVue, Hi-Def. The non-custom, non-standard type of treatment is usually referred to as “standard” (because non-custom or non-hi-def sounds bad to the customer). You should be very clear about what is the difference between these two options.

LASEK vs. epilasek
Dr. Chynn and Park Avenue LASEK own the only epiLASEK machine in the New York Tri-State area (it cost them $50,000). Therefore, don’t believe anyone else in NY, NJ, or CT who say they perform epi, as that cannot be true! The reason Dr. Chynn spent as much as new BMW 3-seris car (he’s into cars) on his epi machine is that he knows it’s worth it! With epi-LASEK, it’s still 10x safer than the older cutting LASIK procedure, but recovery is even faster. When Dr. Chynn was performing PRK back in the 1990s, he told his patients they would need to take 4-5 days off from work. For his LASEK patients, he tells them they need to take 2 days off of work. With epiLASEK, he can tell his patients they only need to take 1 day off from work–which allows them to do the procedure over a long weekend! EpiLASEK combines the safety of PRK with the speed of recovery of LASIK, so you get the best of both worlds!

Lifetime guarantee

This option lets you have free enhancements for the rest of your life for distance vision, as long as Dr. Chynn or one of his MD employees is still practicing (meaning as long as Park Avenue LASEK is a working entity)–which we hope is for many years! Please note that this guarantee does not apply to the situation where you chose not to have ReadingVizion at age 35, and then get older so you need reading glasses at 45. It does, however, cover you if you decide to get ReadingVizion when you have your initial procedure at 55, and then want more reading ability when you get a bit older, say at 65.