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What You'll Get
Wearing glasses can be inconvenient, especially when trying to make the leap to full-time superhero. Fight faulty vision with today's Groupon: for $1,899, you get bladeless LASIK treatment for both eyes at Calenda LASIK Vision Care at Astoria Medical, Dental & LASIK Center (AMDLC) (a $3,900 value).
Headed by ophthalmologist Dr. Phil Calenda, who has performed thousands of LASIK procedures, the ophthalmology and LASIK department at Calenda LASIK Vision Care at AMDLC provides attentive patient care during vision-repairing surgeries. LASIK is designed to eliminate or reduce the need for glasses and contacts by using a laser to reshape the cornea, which usually takes about 10 minutes. Calenda LASIK Vision Care uses the Wavelight Allegretto Wave Eye-Q laser and Ziemer femtosecond laser, both of which are intended to shorten surgery times and protect the balance of good and evil with thrilling battle sequences.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Apr 26, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. New clients only. Customers who do not qualify for the procedure will receive a full refund. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Astoria LASIK Surgery & Eye Care
Although they established Astoria LASIK Surgery & Eye Care only in 2011, the certified staffers have already made a name for themselves, earning a Best LASIK Center award from the Queens Courier. Equipped with three comfortable waiting areas, four specialized office suites, and 16 spacious examination rooms, the multipurpose health-care center serves the medical, dental, and vision needs of all five boroughs. The doctors, nurses, and administrative professionals speak Spanish, Greek, Hindi, and Arabic, among other languages, and their eco-consciousness makes for a virtually paper-free environment except in their restrooms and really cool, super-top-secret forts where stacks of newspapers act as foundational beams.