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While the average cost of surgery with a monofocal lens is $3,000 to $5,000 per eye, this price can rise to $7,000 or more with a premium lens. While insurance, including Medicare, will cover standard cataract surgery, premium lenses are generally not included in this coverage.Does Medicare cover the lenses for cataract surgery?
Normally, Medicare does not cover routine vision correction, but Medicare does cover eyeglasses, contact lenses, and intraocular lenses following surgery to treat cataracts. If you require eyeglasses, Medicare Part B only provides coverage for standard frames. For more expensive frames, youll pay the difference over the amount approved by Medicare.Do I still need glasses after cataract surgery?
The need for glasses after cataract surgery depends on each person. If you receive a standard IOL during your procedure, you’ll likely require reading glasses or other specialty eyewear, depending on your needs. If you have astigmatism, a Toric IOL will help to correct your distance vision, however, you will still require reading glasses.