What You'll Get
In nature, the only way for animals to achieve perfect vision is to crossbreed with an eagle, usually resulting in eagle-eyed abominations such as snakes with talons and flying pumas. Keeping human senses sharp is a less formidable task, as today’s Groupon proves: for $49, you get $200 toward an eye exam and vision-enhancing merchandise at Northville Vision Clinic in Northville. During the eye exam, the optometrist checks over retina-fixtures for optical enhancement with either glasses or contacts, targeting specific vision needs with a single-vision soft-contact-lens exam ($65), comprehensive exam with glaucoma evaluation and an internal retinal exam ($89), bifocal contact-lens exam ($95), or astigmatism contact-lens exam ($95). Once an optical diagnosis is made, accessorize your head with a pair of frames from designers such as Guess, Nine West, Valentino, Calvin Klein, and more ($50+).
This Groupon cannot be used toward replacement lenses and is not valid with insurance or other offers.
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The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Dec 31, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy multiple as gifts. By appointment only. Contact lens evaluation required for purchase of contact lenses. New clients only, comprehensive eye exam required. Not valid toward replacement lenses or with insurance. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Northville Vision Clinic
In 1974, the founders of Northville Vision Clinic couldn’t have predicted the technology that would shape their business four decades in the future. Now, Dr. Martin Levin and his team of ocular experts wield powerful sight-enhancing technology that allows them to quickly examine the inner workings of eyes. Retinal cameras photograph the interior of they eye without the need to dilate the pupil. A computer-guided autorefractor machine measures the prescription of each eye automatically, saving patients the hassle of looking through myriad lenses and sitting through tedious slideshows of the eye-chart’s visit to other exam-room walls. Smart Mirror technology lets customers view simulations of themselves wearing any frame or lens so they can judge material thickness, magnification, and the color of tinted contact lenses in their eyes.