What You'll Get
People who wear glasses endure wisecracks including “four-eyes” and “Einstein,” while those with perfect vision bask in compliments such as “two-eyes” and “Oppenheimer.” Sharpen your sight with today's Groupon: for $100, you get $2,000 toward LASIK eye surgery at Eye Lasik Austin. Today's deal includes all required pre- and post-operative care for one year.
Eye Lasik Austin’s skilled surgeon Dr. Tom Walters wields specialized lasers to effectively sharpen eyesight. LASIK eye surgery aims to reverse common visionary hindrances such as nearsightedness, farsightedness, astigmatism, and immovable pirate patches with a simple laser procedure that usually ranges from $5,600 to $6,200 for both eyes. The steady beam of an IntraLase laser creates a thin, circular flap on the patient’s cornea, clearing the way for a Nidek or VISX laser, which reshapes the cornea with cool, ultraviolet light. This new configuration allows the cornea to focus light more effectively, leading to improved vision and the ability to spot Waldo in a candy-cane factory. The new procedure is approved for use by both NASA astronauts and the U.S. military.
While most LASIK recipients no longer wear corrective lenses after the procedure, a small percentage still require glasses. All clients must take part in a consultation prior to the procedure in order to confirm candidacy for LASIK.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Dec 31, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy multiple as gifts. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Eye LASIK Austin
In the past 14 years, Eye LASIK Austin has helped improve the eyesight of thousands of patients. The center routinely ensures that it possesses the most technologically advanced equipment, allowing the nine on-staff surgeons to better produce dramatic results for their patients. When performing blade-free iLASIK treatments, for example, the surgeons begin by using WaveScan diagnostic technology to collect a detailed, three-dimensional image of the patient's eyes. This collected data then helps them guide the laser as they reshape the cornea, often helping the patient achieve 20/20 vision, or better. Besides LASIK surgery, the center also offers vision-enhancing services such as advanced surface ablation and photorefractive keratectomy.