Humans have employed many methods for correcting vision, from Coke-bottle glasses to nonalcoholic-beer goggles. Embrace modern sight-enhancing technology with today’s Groupon: for $499, you get Nidek laser LASIK surgery procedure with microkeratome blade for one eye at Icon LASIK (up to a $1,498 value). This Groupon is valid at the locations in Grand Junction and Loveland as well as on Mexico Avenue and University Boulevard in Denver.
The normal cost of LASIK at Icon varies from $499 to $1,499 per eye depending on the patient’s prescription and the thickness of the patient's corneas; this Groupon offers a flat price per eye and is the best offer available for prescriptions of -0.5 or stronger.
Since 1999, Icon LASIK's independent surgeons have corrected more than 100,000 sets of eyes, including those of such noteworthy Denverites as John Elway. The Nidek laser system uses targeted beams of light to reshape the cornea, allowing light to pass through the lens with little obstruction or divergence. Customers can purchase a single Groupon to reward your right eye for foiling the left eye's cranial coup attempts, or buy two Groupons to get both eyes covered. Patients should call ahead to schedule a pre-operation consultation, which, along with post-operation appointments one week, two months, and six months after the surgery, is included in today's Groupon to enable eye owners to come back and show off their newly functional peeper or peepers.
There are risks associated with LASIK eye surgery. Not every person is a candidate for LASIK. Surgery is not guaranteed to make you free of glasses or contact lenses. Your independent doctor at Icon LASIK will cover those risks with you. To fully understand the benefits and risks of LASIK requires a comprehensive examination, which is free of charge. You are not obligated to have surgery because you purchased the procedure through Groupon.
The surgeons at Icon LASIK have sharpened the vision of more than 90,000 patients since 1999, including professional athletes John Elway, Tom Danielson, and Bode Miller. Using three types of LASIK lasers, the doctors are equipped to address a range of acuity impairments, such as nearsightedness, farsightedness, and astigmatism. Before procedures, Orbscan mapping and measurement technology takes careful stock of the structure and power of each eye without revealing television watching habits.