Perfect vision allows you to differentiate between your significant other and a big wooden post with lots of spikes sticking out of it. Sharpen your focus with this Groupon.
- $199 for $2,000 toward LASIK surgery on both eyes
The ocular repairmen at Beach Eye Care, winner of Best of Virginia Beach 13 years in a row and winner of seven Best of Hampton Roads awards from the Virginian-Pilot, have utilized the most technologically advanced LASIK eye-surgery techniques to correct a range of visual ailments—including nearsightedness, farsightedness, and astigmatism—in thousands of patients. By reshaping the cornea with computer-controlled laser beams, LASIK surgery helps to correct nearsightedness, farsightedness, or astigmatism. The surgeries gain even more precision by creating a digital map of the eye with CustomVue technology and avoiding the use of blades with IntraLase. Treatment on both eyes is required, and this Groupon puts you closer to covering the full treatment ($5,200 for both eyes).
Beach Eye Care
Foot traffic and trophies reinforce Beach Eye Care’s reputation as one of Virginia Beach’s premiere health care centers. It has treated more than 120,000 patients to date and cleaned up the Virginian-Pilot’s Best of Virginia Beach awards in 2011, 2012, 2013, and 2014 winning Best Doctor/Health Care Provider, Best Place for Laser Vision Correction, Best Place for Eye Care, and Best Designer Eyewear.
Responsible for this success is a staff of two doctors of optometry and three medical doctors, including board-certified ophthalmologists and LASIK surgeons Vivek K. Jain, MD, and G. Peyton Neatrour, MD, who alone has performed more than 25,000 LASIK surgeries. Together, they help to correct ocular issues during a range of medical treatments and vision-correction services. Their toolbox of advanced technology includes intraocular lenses and LenSx lasers for treating cataracts, Crizal anti-reflective lenses to pair with their selection of designer eyewear, bladeless IntraLase technology to guide their LASIK surgeries, and endoscopic cyclophotocoagulation lasers for treating certain types of glaucoma and signing their names in certain near-Earth asteroids.