The correction of vision by laser is an act outside the nomenclature. It is, therefore, not covered by social security.
The price of a laser operation for your eyes (myopia, astigmatism, presbyopia, hyperopia) is reimbursable only by mutual funds.
Certain mutuals offer a specific optical package for vision correction for myopia, hyperopia, astigmatism, presbyopia.
When consulting your mutual contract, you can find the amount of your reimbursement under the words “refractive surgery”. We will provide you with a receipted invoice specifying the cost of your vision correction on the day of your operation. You can then send the paid invoice to your mutual.
The amount of your reimbursement will vary depending on the chosen mutual.
We draw your attention to the fact that some mutuals offer arrangements with laser centers that do not respect medical ethics. Many questions surround these care networks. On quality in particular:
These “low cost” operations do not guarantee the best safety and the best results for your eye surgery.
The oft-heard argument that “the laser does it all” is entirely wrong. Under these conditions, the risks are then much higher.
Your sight is precious; don’t leave it to just anyone.