Prices for surgery with Mr Dimitri Kazakos
These are indicative prices of the market in London and vary greatly from a high street provider to smaller and more private centre. As I am working in more that one centre and more than one country, the cost will be relevant to that individual treatment centre that you would be attending. However, consultations are relatively the same and any post treatment appointments are £150 (follow up assessment) that are not included in your self-pay package or aftercare period. Prices are correct at the time of writing and are subject to annual review, location and country variations.
Routine assessments for treatment
|Corneal||£200 to £350|
Please be advised that if you require additional scans or more in-depth assessment on the day additional fees will apply.
Private health insurance: General assessment and main measurements for Cataract is usually covered. Please check with your insurer as extend of cover may differ between different insurers. Usually consultations for refractive procedures are not covered by insurers.
Laser refractive surgery
|IntraLASIK for complex prescriptions||£4,890|
|LASEK for complex prescriptions||£4,790|
The above fees cover both eyes.
Your wavefront-guided laser procedure fee includes: The cost of treatment (Mr Dimitris’ surgical fee and the Hospital facility fee), the post-op drops pack (to take home on the day), follow-up assessments for two years, and any further laser eye treatment within two years if required. Other ophthalmic conditions unrelated to the laser refractive surgery are not included.
Private health insurance does not normally cover laser refractive surgery.
Refractive Lens Surgery
Femtosecond Laser Assisted Refractive Lens Exchange
(femto-phako or FLA-RLE)
|With advanced technology premium multifocal lens||£4,000 per eye|
|With custom made-to-order lenses (if required)||quoted on an individual basis|
Your refractive lens procedure package fee includes:
The cost of treatment (Mr Dimitris’ surgical fee, Hospital facility fee and Anaesthetist fee), a premium lens implant, immediate post-op drops (to take home on the day) and follow-up appointments for six months. YAG laser treatment, if required, is NOT included in the procedure fee. Other ophthalmic conditions unrelated to the lens surgery are not included.
Private health insurance does not normally cover refractive lens surgery.
Cataract Surgery (self pay)
Femtosecond laser cataract surgery (femto-phako)
|With advanced technology premium lens||£4,170 per eye|
|With special order or custom made lenses (if required)||quoted on an individual basis|
Your self-pay cataract procedure package fee includes:
The cost of treatment (Mr Dimitris’ surgical fee, Hospital facility fee and Anaesthetist fee), a premium lens implant, immediate post-op drops (to take home on the day) and follow-up appointments for six months. YAG laser treatment, if required, is NOT included in the procedure fee. Other ophthalmic conditions unrelated to the cataract surgery are not included.
Cataract Surgery (insurance pay)
|Procedure code when eyes treated separately||C7122|
|Procedure code when both eyes treated on the same day (bilateral)||C7125|
If you are insured, cataract surgery is usually covered and this is performed as a day case procedure. Private health insurers require us to bill for each aspect of your treatment separately so the self-pay information above will not apply.
We will need a pre-authorisation code/case number issued by your insurer prior to your treatment.
Additional fees which are not usually covered by insurers. Some insurers may cover these costs, although many do not. Please check with your insurer.
|Advanced technology premium lens||£700 per eye|
|Femtosecond laser technology (femto-phako)||£600 per eye|
|Special order or custom made lenses (if required)||quoted on an individual basis|
Follow-up appointments are only covered by insurers if you have outpatient cover.
Responsibility for the settlement of fees
The extent of cover depends on your insurer and your individual policy. Please be advised that it is your responsibility to settle all accounts in full, including any excess or shortfall amounts owed.
Please be aware that BUPA have significantly reduced the benefit they pay towards this procedure.
YAG laser capsulotomy
Months or years after cataract or lens surgery, approximately 50% of people have a YAG laser treatment. If this procedure is required, this is not included in the cataract or lens procedure fee.
|YAG laser treatment to one eye||£500|
|YAG laser treatment to both eyes||£1,000|
If you have private health insurance
YAG procedures are usually covered but please check with your insurer. YAG capsulotomy is performed as an outpatient procedure.
|Procedure code if BUPA covered and both eyes being treated||C7341|
|Corneal cross-linking to one eye||£1,800|
|Corneal cross-linking to both eyes||£3,100|
Your self-pay procedure package fee includes:
The cost of treatment (Mr Dimitris’ surgical fee and Hospital facility fee), the post-op drops pack (to take home on the day), follow-up assessments for six months. Other ophthalmic conditions unrelated to the cross-linking are not included.
If you have private health insurance
Some insurers may cover cross linking, which is an outpatient procedure. Please check with your insurer.
Photo therapeutic keratectomy (PTK)
Photo therapeutic keratectomy (PTK) covers a wide range of conditions and treatment complexity. As treatment is determined by the individual eye and condition, fees for PTK are quoted on an individual basis. In many cases PTK may be covered by private health insurance, so please check with your insurer.
|PTK treatment||quoted on an individual basis|
|Procedure code for insurers||C5122|
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