What You'll Get
For $2,100, today's side deal gets you vision-correcting Lasik surgery for both eyes (a $5,000 value) at Feinerman Vision Center in Newport Beach.
Dr. Gregg Feinerman of the Feinerman Vision Center is a highly trained, board-certified Lasik surgeon whose expertise in the field has been published in textbooks and scholastic journals. Lasik, a safe and effective vision-correction surgery, combines corneal-flap surgery with excimer lasers, improving your vision and reducing your dependence on glasses, contact lenses, and Terminator vision. The package includes a consultation and mapping exam on the first visit and the Lasik surgery on the second visit. Temporary seeing-eye tigers are a thing of the past, as a majority of patients report clear vision the next day.
Four Yelpers give Feinerman Vision Center a perfect five stars:
- Dr. Feinerman is always on the cutting edge of new technology and has perfected the lasik procedure. The staff is kind and helpful and Dr. Feinerman himself makes you feel very comfortable during an anxious time. – Wason F.
- I really can't say enough positive things about my personal experiences with Feinerman Vision Center. – Paul T.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Jul 9, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy multiple as gifts. By appointment only. Must schedule consultation 1 week in advance. 24-hour cancellation notice or Groupon is forfeited. Redemption subject to doctor approval at consultation. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Feinerman Vision Center
For those wondering whether or not they need vision-correction surgery, the staff at Feinerman Vision Center has developed an online quiz as the first step in a comprehensive consultation process. After answering a series of questions—such as “Would your career activities improve if you were to be less dependent on glasses?” and “Are you sure your glasses wouldn’t be jealous?”—prospective patients are told what vision-correction techniques might be best for them.
Of course, no surgery takes place until board-certified surgeon Dr. Gregg Feinerman confirms the quiz’s notions during a follow-up consultation. Dr. Feinerman specializes in both LASIK and cataract surgery. He uses high-tech equipment to sharpen eyesight, including a blade-free LASIK procedure that relies solely on lasers to reshape the cornea. During Crystalens surgery, a different type of vision-correcting treatment, he replaces the eye’s natural lens with a new, flexible one. Many of his treatment methods, which also include custom cataract surgery, take about 15 minutes to complete and incur little downtime.