What You'll Get
As with most complicated science terms, the word lasik, like scuba, radar, and Albert Einstein, is actually an acronym. Spell out the eye-opening benefits of Laser-Assisted in Situ Keratomileusis with today's Groupon: for $2,400, you get Lasik eye surgery from Dr. Joseph King at King Vision, located in Vancouver (a $4,800 value). This Groupon also covers a pre-exam and all follow-up visits postoperation. A full refund will be given to Groupon customers who do not qualify for the Lasik procedure.
Throughout his 15 years in clinical practice, board-certified Dr. King has performed more than 50,000 laser vision-correction procedures, a track record that makes him one of the most experienced refractive surgeons in North America. After scheduling a consultation, the nearsighted, farsighted, and astigmatic meet with an optometrist, who evaluates whether patients are suitable candidates for Lasik. Postprocedure, the majority of patients treated for mild to moderate refractive error eliminate the need for glasses, contact lenses, and crystal balls. Typically, three follow-up visits are needed: one day after the procedure, one week later, and a three-month checkup. Consult the FAQs and Lasik technology page to begin ocular investigations.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Jan 26, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy multiple as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. May redeem across visits. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About King LASIK
Myriad sets of eyes see their tasks more thanks to Dr. Joseph King, who has performed more than 90,000 refractive surgeries in his 15-year career. He and the other LASIK specialists at King LASIK sharpen patients' vision with conventional and custom procedures, as well as PRK surgeries. Dr. King himself underwent LASIK eye surgery in 2000 to accommodate his active lifestyle." Just 15 minutes after the procedure, I could read the computer screen at the office,” he recalls. “I experienced several hours of watery, sensitive eyes, but after sleeping for a few hours, I awakened and I could read the digital clock on the radio across the room."