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.
Choose from Four Options
- $999 for custom PRK vision-correction surgery for one eye ($2,000 value)
- $1,249 for custom LASIK vision-correction surgery for one eye ($2,900 value)
- $1,899 for custom PRK vision-correction surgery for both eyes ($4,000 value)
- $2,499 for custom LASIK vision-correction surgery for both eyes ($5,800 value)
The PRK procedure reshapes the cornea at the surface without having to create a flap. After the doctor applies anesthetic eye drops, a laser zaps a concentrated, heat-free pulse that removes corneal tissue a quarter micron at a time—a size approximately 240 times smaller than the width of a human hair. After the treatment, improved vision takes an average of two to four days to appear.
CustomVue LASIK delivers precise vision analysis. On the day of the procedure, clients place anesthetic drops into their eyes to ensure that that their vision information transfers to the laser. The light gently reshapes the cornea with a cool beam, which removes microscopic amounts of tissue and re-contours. The procedure typically takes several seconds; the many clients feel only mild discomfort and slight sensitivity. Many patients notice immediate results after Custom Lasik and their vision continues to improve over several days.
Hatsis Laser Vision
Ophthalmologist Dr. Alexander Hatsis has performed tens of thousands of refractive surgical procedures since 1983, and uses his experience to train other surgeons at several area universities. At Hatsis Laser Vision—providing services on Long Island since 1995—Dr. Hatsis performs LASIK and PRK eye surgeries with the aid of Custom Vue procedures and WaveScan-based digital technology, which helps pinpoint individual imperfections that older methods could not detect. When correcting nearsightedness, farsightedness, and astigmatism, he relies on excimer lasers to etch prescriptions into the cornea so that incoming light will focus on the retina. . He also stores all patient records electronically so that computers can analyze data, helping to ensure safety.