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What You'll Get
Wearing glasses can be inconvenient, especially when you're trying to put in your contacts. Enjoy a lens-free lifestyle with this Groupon.
$2,299 for Laser Vision-Correction Surgery for Both Eyes ($5,000 Value)
During the virtually painless 10-minute treatment, the patient reclines in a dentist-style chair. Numbing drops anesthetize the eyes, and the doctor then uses a laser to reshape the cornea in order to improve vision. While vision will clear up shortly after surgery, recovery may take up to two days.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires 180 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy multiple as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. Appointment required. Initial consultation required; non-candidates will be refunded. 24hr cancellation notice required. Must sign waiver. New clients only. Must be 18 or older. Not valid with insurance. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Ohio Valley Eye Institute
Ophthalmologists Dr. David I. Malitz, Dr. M. Alijajeh, and Dr. C. Mark Millsap team up with Doctor of Optometry Zach Rossman to clarify vision with Ohio Valley Eye Institute's range of cutting-edge eye-care services. Basic eye exams for children and adults test whether eyes need corrective lenses or LASIK. During cataract surgery, high-energy sound waves obliterate the cloudy intrusion into microscopic particles, and an intraocular lens usually eschews the need for stitches. The staff also brightens eye surroundings with cosmetic procedures such as blepharoplasty, which lifts drooping upper eyelids and tightens sagging lower lids, as well as Botox and laser resurfacing treatments. The ophthalmologists especially pride themselves on their surgical skills, having completely eliminated the need for glasses in many patients who have been told they weren't candidates for corrective procedures in the past.
The doctors sit down with each patient to review their selected procedure step by step in order to alleviate anxiety. Supportive friends or family members who stand by can amuse themselves by turning on the television or perusing a selection of magazines in the waiting area, or by peeking into their loved one's treatment room through a window to watch the surgical action.