What does it Cost for Cataract Surgery?

Medicare or private health insurance pays for most and sometimes all of the cost of traditional cataract procedures. We advise consulting directly with Medicare on any out of pocket expenses you may be expected to cover.

We also cater for self funded cataract surgery that can be discussed at the time of your consultation.

There may be additional charges for higher technology tri-focal lens implants depending on what your surgeon recommends.

Book complimentary laser assessment

To understand your best laser options we provide either a tele-consultation or in-house assessment that is no cost to the participant. Provided by a skilled refractive counsellor from ParkView Day Surgery, our affiliated day surgery facility, during this appointment we are able to refine what your personal eye solution is, and provide you an opportunity to ask any questions you may have.

Are you suitable for eye laser surgery?

Not all people are suitable for laser surgery and a thorough examination with an Ophthalmologist is necessary to determine suitability, however, there are some general guidelines and questions which can provide an initial indication of suitability. Take the suitability test and take your first step to a clearer brighter future.

Your questions answered here

We understand that having eye laser surgery is an important decision and that you may have questions about the procedure, your immediate recovery and what you can expect in the days, weeks and months after surgery. We have answered as many as we can here.