Like hardboiled detectives, eyeglasses clear up blurry mysteries and frequently end up framed. Remove the need for clarifying lenses with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $2,600 for custom wavefront LASIK surgery for both eyes (a $5,148 value)
- $3,450 for bladeless custom wavefront LASIK surgery (a $6,348 value)<p>
Before the procedure, the doctor uses custom wavefront technology to draft a 3-D blueprint of both eyes and plan a highly individualized treatment. During the surgery itself, which lasts about 20 minutes, a fine blade called a microkeratome or the bladeless IntraLase laser cuts a thin flap in the eye’s numbed surface, then a guided laser reshapes the cornea to sharpen vision. Both surgery options include the initial consultation, a dry-eye treatment with punctal plugs and drops, and one year of coverage for any necessary retreatment. Noncandidates are eligible for a refund and answers to FAQs can be found here.
Crown Vision Center
When Alive magazine publisher Elizabeth Tucker first thought about LASIK surgery as an alternative to the glasses she had worn since second grade, she didn't think it was an option. She feared the cost, worried about the time off work, and was unsure about how safe the procedure would be. Luckily, numerous friends told her about the transformative effects of their own procedures, and she finally decided to take the plunge at Crown Vision Center. There, a team of board-certified ophthalmologists, optometrists, and surgeons put Elizabeth and other patients at ease as they correct corneas with trained hands and cutting-edge equipment, boasting a 99% surgery-success rate. Elizabeth is now glasses-free and doesn't regret a thing. "It's been life-changing for me," she says in a video on the laser center's website, "I would recommend it to anyone."