As anyone who has accidentally called a boss "mom" knows, being able to tell who's who is vital to the preservation of dignity. Put life into focus with today's Groupon: for $1,949, you get conventional LASIK eye surgery with Keratome for both eyes at Laser Eye Center (a $4,200 value). This Groupon is valid at all eight Laser Eye Center locations in Cerritos, Encino, Los Angeles, Newport Beach, Ontario, Pasadena, Riverside, and Santa Clarita, all open Monday through Saturday.
With 25 years of experience and more than 200,000 procedures under their collective belt, Laser Eye Center's sight stabilizers bolster clients' vision through corrective LASIK treatments. After an initial consultation charts each ocular orb's depth perception, vision strength, and ability to spot 3-D sail ships in hidden artworks, clients relax in a reclining chair as a specialized laser system modifies cornea shapes in an effort to increase the eye's ability to absorb light. The approximately 10-minute restructuring reduces or eliminates peepers' dependence on spectacles and contact lenses, and clients maintain their sharpened sight with up to one year of follow-up visits. Patients also receive an aftersurgery care kit that includes artificial tears to reduce redness, sunglasses to negate strain, and a shield to deflect the jealous stares of monocle-wearing coworkers.
Patients can opt to apply their Groupon toward an upgraded service, with costs to be determined during the initial consultation. For more information, please check out Laser Eye Center's frequently asked questions.
Laser Eye Center
Though Laser Eye Center has been around since 1986, its technology is nothing less than modern. Treatment rooms at the five surgery centers boast Allegretto Wave and IntraLase FS Laser systems, developed to reduce near and farsightedness, as well as astigmatisms and blinks stuck mid-morse code. But just as important as the technology are the surgeons, who have completed extensive training to pilot these systems and perform other sight-bolstering treatments. It's these factors that have helped surgeons, both past and present, perform over 200,000 vision-correction procedures.