Without corrective lenses, it would become increasingly difficult to thread a needle, read a novel, or watch your neighbor's television from your attic window. Obtain the eyes of a hawk with today's Groupon to ClearChoice EyeCare in Cedar Park. Choose between the following options:
- For $150, you get an eye exam (a $69 value), plus $240 toward a complete pair of glasses (a $309 total value).
- For $176, you get a contact-lens eye exam (up to a $115 value), $120 toward disposable contact lenses, plus $118 toward a complete pair of glasses (up to a $353 total value).
The seeing specialists at ClearChoice EyeCare outfit peepers with eyeglasses, sunglasses, and contacts for tip-top vision. During the 20-minute exam, Dr. Angela Adkins gauges prescription needs, any health issues, and visual skills. The store stocks adult frames ($59+) in brands such as Lafont, Nike, and Kenneth Cole, and kids' frames ($59+) from Pez Eyewear, Op Kids, and Jelly Bean Bendables. Lenses are available in single vision ($59+), bifocal ($99+), trifocal ($109+), and progressive ($158+), and are eligible for upgrades such as anti-reflective coating ($70+). For better daylight vision, eyeglasses can be transformed into sunglasses with a tint ($18), UV protection ($18), or polarization ($80 for single-vision lenses), or a slather of molasses. If glasses cannot be made in the on-site finishing lab, they will be ready to perch atop nose bridges within 7–10 days.
Those who opt for the contact lenses will be given a special eye exam measuring the shape of the cornea to ensure contacts have a proper fit. In addition to $120 to use toward lenses, clients also receive a one-month trial pair of contacts to wear or terrorize anthills with on sunny days. You'll also get $118 toward a complete pair of prescription glasses, which can be worn together with contacts for x-ray vision.
At ClearChoice EyeCare, Angela Adkins, OD, doesn't just use the latest technology to care for patients' eyes. She also donates her talents to worthy causes. Dr. Adkins has called upon her extensive training in areas such as ocular disease, diabetic retinopathy, and pediatric vision care while working as a volunteer optometrist in Oaxaca, Mexico, and at charitable events for the Lion's Club and St. Louis Community Services. She has also worked as a caregiver for people with physical and mental disabilities, and as a volunteer with the Special Olympics.
After submitting their peepers to Dr. Adkins's careful examination and browsing the store's selection of more than 1,100 frames, patients can wait while technicians in the onsite finishing lab complete same-day orders for glasses. The center also features a separate waiting area complete with toys and a television to entertain children and pacify cranky adults who refuse to share their blocks.
1335 E Whitestone Blvd.
Cedar Park, Texas 78613