Akten Prices, Coupons and Patient Assistance Programs
Akten (lidocaine ophthalmic) is a member of the ophthalmic anesthetics drug class and is commonly used for Local Anesthesia and Ophthalmic Surgery.
This Akten price guide is based on using the Drugs.com discount card which is accepted at most U.S. pharmacies. The cost for Akten ophthalmic gel 3.5% is around $8 for a supply of 5 milliliters, depending on the pharmacy you visit. Prices are for cash paying customers only and are not valid with insurance plans.
Akten is available as a brand name drug only, a generic version is not yet available. For more information, read about generic Akten availability.
|25 (25 x 1 milliliters)||$23.48||$586.96|
Important: When there is a range of pricing, consumers should normally expect to pay the lower price. However, due to stock shortages and other unknown variables we cannot provide any guarantee.
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Akten Coupons and Rebates
Akten offers may be in the form of a printable coupon, rebate, savings card, trial offer, or free samples. Some offers may be printed right from a website, others require registration, completing a questionnaire, or obtaining a sample from the doctor's office.
Patient Assistance Programs for Akten
Patient assistance programs (PAPs) are usually sponsored by pharmaceutical companies and provide free or discounted medicines to low income or uninsured and under-insured people who meet specific guidelines. Eligibility requirements vary for each program.
More about Akten (lidocaine ophthalmic)
- Side Effects
- During Pregnancy or Breastfeeding
- Dosage Information
- Drug class: ophthalmic anesthetics
- FDA Approval History