$1,750 for Conventional LASIK Eye Surgery for Both Eyes at Excel Laser Vision Institute ($3,500 Value)

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Experienced doctor corrects nearsightedness with advanced laser after thorough consultation

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Expires Feb 13th, 2013. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Appointment required; subject to availability. 24hr cancellation notice required. New clients only. Consultation required, non-candidates will be refunded. Services must be used by same person. Valid only for nearsightedness (myopia). Not valid for patients who have had previous eye surgery. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

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$1,750 for Conventional LASIK Eye Surgery for Both Eyes with Consultation and Follow-Up Visits ($3,500 Value)

A laser corrects nearsightedness with minimal downtime and side effects such as halos and glare. The procedure leaves many patients with 20/20 vision, with most returning to normal activities within 24–48 hours. Upgrades for the Allegretto 400hz and the Intralase are available for an additional fee.

Excel Laser Vision Institute

Since 1997, board-certified ophthalmologist Dr. Ferzaad Moosa has performed more than 60,000 LASIK procedures, gaining a level of expertise that inspired Top 10 LASIK to name him one of California's 10 best surgeons. After receiving his MD from Harvard Medical School, the doctor served an internship in Internal Medicine at UCLA and completed a three-year residency at the esteemed Doheny Eye Institute.

Dr. Moosa corrects nearsightedness and farsightedness with increasingly advanced laser systems, employing wavefront-optimized technology to automatically compensate for the curvature of the cornea while reducing negative side effects such as poor night vision or spontaneous disco-ball mirages. The machine also tracks the position of the eye 200 times every second, instantly pausing if it moves out of range.