Understanding what your insurance does and doesn\u2019t cover can be pretty confusing. To make things easier, we\u2019ve put together the table below. This shows the most common health funds that cover all or part of the cost of laser eye surgery.Can\u2019t see your health fund? Not to worry. When you buy private medical insurance, the provider gives you information about what is and what isn\u2019t included. You can look through this information to see if laser eye surgery is covered in your specific situation. If you can\u2019t find the information, give them a call. If your health fund covers laser eye surgery If you are working with a private insurance company, you can ask your doctor to submit a pre-authorisation form to them. This form will detail why laser eye surgery is right for you. Your doctor can attach your medical records to that request to give authorities the data they need to make an informed decision. You should hear back about whether you will be responsible for the cost. Health insurance rebate It\u2019s also possible to get a health insurance rebate. There are a limited number of health insurance companies that offer a rebate for vision correction. Find out which insurance companies we accept here: Could you receive a health insurance rebate for your treatment? Laser eye surgery costs To find out the cost of laser eye surgery, visit our pricing page.