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. Visualize success with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $39 for $150 toward prescription eyewear
- $59 for an eye exam (up to a $148 value), and a choice of either $200 toward prescription glasses or $100 toward contact lenses (up to a $348 total value)
The center offers single-vision lenses ($88–$226.88), antireflective bifocal lenses ($226–$414.88), and frames from Guess ($188.88) and Dolce & Gabbana ($398.88). Patients are eligible to receive 10% off on a full year's supply of contacts from brands including Acuvue and FreshLook.
YESnick Vision Center
Using the same optical expertise that landed him an interview on CBS News in 2011, Dr. Yesnick leads a team of opticians, lab technicians, and style-savvy frame experts. Dr. Yesnick specializes in pediatric vision care and diabetes eye care, using his full lineup of digital equipment to test for early-stage eye disease, care for macular-degeneration patients, and braid unfashionably long eyebrows. The center's eye-pleasing show room features glimmering displays of Oakley, Coach, and Tiffany frames, which lab techs fill in with antireflective or transitional lenses.