Human ears can detect the crack of a bat during a baseball game, but only the eyes can determine whether it’s the batter hitting a pitch or the shortstop pummeling a piñata. Protect your anatomy’s most valuable players with today's Groupon.
$1,995 for LASIK or PRK Surgery for Both Eyes ($4,000 Value)
Helmed by board-certified ophthalmologists, Silverstein Eye Centers helps clear up fuzzy views with a compassionate approach and high-tech tools. LASIK surgery is the most-performed laser vision-correction procedure for nearsightedness, farsightedness, and astigmatism, with a high rate of procedures resulting in clear vision. In a LASIK procedure, the doctor reshapes the cornea with precise lasers so that the eye refracts light directly onto the retina, sharpening the eye’s vision and ability to detect nearby specters. Very similar to LASIK, PRK surgery reshapes the surface of the cornea, rather than tissue under the corneal flap, to improve vision in the same way that LASIK does. The PRK procedure can be a better fit for those with thin corneas or large pupils and for those at risk of injury, be it on the job, while participating in sports, or during enthusiastic eye rolling.
Silverstein Eye Centers
Steven M. Silverstein, MD FACS wears many hats. As a board-certified ophthalmologist at Silverstein Eye Centers, he hones vision with refractive surgeries, cataract treatments, and lens implants. As a clinical professor, he educates aspiring Hippocratic oath takers in ocular health at Kansas City University of Medicine and Biosciences.