$50 for $150 Toward an Eye Examination and Lenses and Frames at Unique Vision Care

Amarillo

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Eye doctor revamps vision during eye exams with latest equipment before outfitting guests with stylish frames or contact lenses

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Expires Mar 28th, 2012. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Not valid for contacts. Not valid with insurance. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

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. Attain advantageous eyesight with today's Groupon: for $50, you get $150 toward an eye examination and lenses and frames at Unique Vision Care. This deal is not valid for contact lenses.

Unique Vision's therapeutic optometrist Dr. Shuwarger and his staff revamp visions using cutting-edge equipment and diagnostic technology to outfit eyes with a selection of specialty lenses and frames. The doctor can administer a computerized eye exam ($55–$60) to check up on ocular health or explain away a customer's unusual number of grocery-store sasquatch sightings. The clinic can provide prescriptions for a vast range of eye ailments as well as suggest treatment for eye-related diseases or injuries.

Unique Vision Care

When he's not watching USC football or woodworking, Dr. Shuwarger is helping others see well enough to pursue their own hobbies. The optometrist, a graduate of New England College of Optometry, has been sharpening vision for more than 15 years. Dr. Shuwarger employs advanced technology to accurately diagnose and correct impediments to 20/20 vision. With the digital refraction system, Dr. Shuwarger can immediately compare the refractive error of old and new prescriptions while explaining away a customer's unusual number of grocery-store sasquatch sightings. After calibrating new prescriptions, Dr. Shuwarger and his fellow eye specialists then outfit patients with contact lenses or frames from brands such as Guess and Gigi.