The most coveted level of vision is 20/20, which means peepers can correctly identify 20 out of 20 typos on the optometrist's eye chart. Calibrate your visual spell checkers with today's Groupon: for $39, you get $200 toward an eye exam and eyewear at Northville Vision Clinic.
Dr. Martin Levin and his squint-stopping staff at Northville Vision Clinic employ modern techniques to keep eyes in good health and faces in stylish eyewear. Each visit begins with a comprehensive eye exam ($89), during which Dr. Levin turns his retinal camera on peepers to search for signs of glaucoma, cataracts, and macular degeneration while taking the creepiest Christmas-card photo of all time. Contact wearers can opt to have their ocular orbs fitted for single-vision lenses ($65), or bifocal or astigmatism lenses ($95), after a high-tech autorefractor quickly and accurately determines the wearer's prescription.
Once in the frame show room, spectacle seekers can peer into the office's Smart Mirror, which superimposes four sets of frames on four pictures of the client, digitally demonstrating just how the frames complement their facial features and foam cowboy hat. Frames ($50+) graciously take in single-vision lenses ($115+) outfitted with UV and Scratch Kote protection.
Though Northville Vision Clinic sometimes features a discounted price online, this Groupon still offers the best deal available.
Northville Vision Clinic
In 1974, the founders of Northville Vision Clinic couldn’t have predicted the technology that would shape their business four decades in the future. Now, Dr. Martin Levin and his team of ocular experts wield powerful sight-enhancing technology that allows them to quickly examine the inner workings of eyes. Retinal cameras photograph the interior of they eye without the need to dilate the pupil. A computer-guided autorefractor machine measures the prescription of each eye automatically, saving patients the hassle of looking through myriad lenses and sitting through tedious slideshows of the eye-chart’s visit to other exam-room walls. Smart Mirror technology lets customers view simulations of themselves wearing any frame or lens so they can judge material thickness, magnification, and the color of tinted contact lenses in their eyes.