$1,999 for LASIK Surgery for Both Eyes at Atlanta Vision Institute ($4,500 Value)

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Board-certified ophthalmologist & experienced surgeons use the Wavelight Allegretto laser to correct eyesight in about 10 minutes

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As anyone who has accidentally called a boss "mom" knows, being able to tell who's who is vital to the preservation of dignity. Put life into focus with today's Groupon: for $1,999, you get custom LASIK eye surgery for both eyes at Atlanta Vision Institute, valid at locations in Johns Creek, Dunwoody, and Decatur (a $4,500 value).

Dr. M. Farooq Ashraf mastered the Excimer laser while on faculty at Johns Hopkins University, and he now wields the ultramodern tool as he adds to his career tally of more than 35,000 LASIK procedures. During an initial consultation, the staff establishes eyes’ candidacy for the procedure by putting them through several pain-free tests and staring contests. On the day of surgery, Dr. Ashraf numbs each eye with drops, and more precise than William Tell’s cross stitches, the Excimer’s pulsating beams vanquish blurring agents on the cornea without damaging any other part of the eye. The entire procedure takes approximately 10 minutes, and because of the peepers’ self-healing instincts, patients will need no stitches post-op. Afterward, patients may view the world with vision that surpasses 20/20, which means they can identify all 20 letters of the alphabet from across the room.

Atlanta Vision Institute

Dr. M. Farooq Ashraf mastered the excimer laser as a member of the faculty at Johns Hopkins University, and he now wields the ultramodern tool as he adds to his career tally of more than 35,000 LASIK procedures. As founder and medical director of Atlanta Vision Institute, he draws upon his skills as a board-certified ophthalmologist to correct nearsighted, farsighted, and astigmatic vision with refractive surgery. In addition to giving the gift of sight, Dr. Ashraf gives back to the community by supporting local charities and providing discounted services to financially strapped Cyclopes.