What You'll Get
In nature, the only way for animals to achieve perfect vision is to crossbreed with an eagle, usually resulting in eagle-eyed abominations such as snakes with talons and flying pumas. Keeping human senses sharp is a less formidable task, as today’s Groupon proves: for $50, you get $200 toward frames and eye exams at Advanced Eye Care in Homewood. This Groupon can be applied toward a combination of the exam and a pair of frames or lenses, but if you already have a prescription you must use the Groupon toward a complete set of frames with lenses.
Advanced Eye Care’s Dr. Alexia C. Vaughn skillfully brings her patients’ lives into focus with prescription eyewear and problem-solving eye exams. Customers requiring prescription glasses can wrap their peepers in frames from designers such as bebe ($169.99+), Coach ($179.99+), Joseph Abboud ($169.99+), and Tommy Bahama ($179.99+). Dr. Vaughn also performs basic exams ($95)—which include the cost of a refraction ($25) and help determine whether or not a patient requires corrective lenses—as well as comprehensive exams ($130, refraction not included), which delve deeply into eyes in search of problems such as glaucoma, diabetic disorders, and evil-eye syndrome. In addition, Groupon holders will receive 40% off nonprescription sunglasses to better shield their delicate orbs from the penetrating stare of the summer sun.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires May 31, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1/person, may buy 1 more as gift. New clients only.Must use in part toward exam & prescription or complete set of frames. In-store only. Not valid for sale items. Not valid with insurance. Not valid for Advance Eyecare package. Not valid for contacts or non-Rx sunglasses. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Advanced Eye Care
At Advanced Eye Care, Dr. Alexia C. Vaughn and her staff assess eye health and vision and outfit patients with frames from brands such as Michael Kors or bebe. Though Dr. Vaughn tackles existing ocular issues, she also works to prevent eye disease by recommending that her patients take vitamins, wear sunglasses, and subsist on diets of snowman noses. With prescription in hand and a staff of professionals on hand to offer advice, patients can select lenses enhanced with antiglare or scratch-resistant coatings and a pair of frames that flatter their face shapes.