It is the correction of defects related to aging that are not accompanied by visual discomfort. Some of them are subject to VAT.
These rates are indicative and correspond to an average, they may indeed vary according to the procedures performed, the type of anesthesia and the type of hospitalization.
They include all services (surgeon, anaesthetist, clinic fees and post operative monitoring) but not the pre operative consultation. Some include a 20% VAT since October 2014.
Even if you have a mutual insurance company, it will not participate, because these acts are out of the nomenclature.
The same anomalies may be covered by Social Security if there is visual impairment or if there is a congenital (present at birth) or acquired underlying pathology. Tumours, malpositions, obstruction of the tear ducts, reconstruction of cavities etc... - are also partially treated.
In these cases, clinic fees are reimbursed.
The fees are only partially reimbursed by social security; the supplement may be covered by your mutual insurance company depending on the type of contract you have taken out.