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What You'll Get
As anyone who has accidentally called a boss "mom" knows, being able to tell who's who is vital to the preservation of dignity. Put life into focus with today's Groupon: for $549, you get LASIK surgery for one eye at Advanced Laser and Cataract Center (a $1,099 value). Today's deal also allows you to purchase a Groupon for each eye.
At Advanced Laser and Cataract Center, Dr. John Belardo—a board-certified corneal specialist who has performed more than 30,000 vision-correction surgeries—repairs blurry vision with Nidek excimer laser technology. Patients begin the peeper-correction process with a two-hour in-depth consultation that explores the client's history and ensures that eyes are healthy and not just peeled grapes pretending to be eyes. Candidates eligible for LASIK embark on an ocular fixing mission that addresses such eye ailments as nearsightedness, farsightedness, and astigmatism, and most procedures result in 20/20 vision or better. Since Dr. Belardo lives in state, he's always available to check on patients or play pickup laser-tag games.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Mar 3, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 2 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Limit 2 per visit. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Advanced Laser and Cataract Center
Advanced Laser and Cataract Center is a complete refractive center, meaning that eye doctors John Belardo, Matt Brooks, Misty Otte, and Hanni Hagen accommodate each patient's individual needs for vision correction and ocular health with a wide variety of services. As a board-certified corneal specialist surgeon and a fellow of the esteemed American College of Surgeons who has performed more than 40,000 vision corrections, Dr. Belardo uses the latest technology to carefully evaluate the strength of the cornea before recommending a course of treatment. His diagnostic tests help determine whether a patient is a good candidate for other procedures, or whether an alternative, such as intraocular contact-lens implants, may be more appropriate.