Peace of Mind Promise
Our Piece of Mind Promise
We are so confident in our superior standard of care, we give you our Peace of Mind Promise* with our exclusive Price Assurance Policy*.
Our Peace of Mind Promise is our guarantee that you will get one of the most experienced LASIK surgeons in the United States, the most advanced LASIK technology available, and a caring, professional staff who will be with you every step of the way. Peace of mind…you deserve nothing less, especially when it comes to your vision. So relax – all you need to do is prepare to enjoy life with more freedom and better vision. We’ll take care of the rest.
Price Assurance Policy
99.7% of Dr. Manger’s patients see 20/20 or better - and the other .3% are happily seeing 20/30!
Expertise-Leading LASIK Authority
Dr. Manger is recognized as one of the world’s leading LASIK authorities.
Experience - 90,634+ procedures
Dr. Manger has personally performed over 90,634 LASIK procedures and specializes in complicated cases that many other surgeons will turn away.
Dr. Manger does 35% of all LASIK procedures performed in Orange County, California.
*Offer limited to 10 free LASIK exams per day. Regular fee schedule available at time of consultation. $200 exam fee will apply to patients who have had any previous eye surgery. This fee will be applied towards surgical procedure.
On occasion, the Intralase procedure cannot be performed on a patient due to various eye conditions such as corneal scarring, small orbits or previous refractive surgeries. In these cases, PRK may be considered as an alternative to LASIK.
Cannot be combined with other offers or insurance. LASIK $1,950-$3,350 per eye. $800 discount when LASIK is performed on both eyes. Single-eye LASIK procedures receive a $400 discount.
Receive an additional $250 discount per eye when you have your LASIK exam and LASIK procedure done on the same day. Regular fee schedule available at time of examination. Cannot be redeemed for cash. Certificate has no cash value.
LASIK is a surgical procedure intended to reduce and potentially eliminate your need for glasses or contact lenses. As with all surgical procedures, there are risks that will be discussed with you prior to having your procedure. These risks include, but are not limited to fluctuating vision, visual symptoms like glare or haloes around lights, dry eyes that require eye drops, and the occasional need for a retreatment.