What You'll Get
Before modern eye care, not only could people not see the forest for the trees, they couldn't even see a tree falling in the forest and silently crushing their smart cars. Clarify your forest vision with today's Groupon: for $999, you get IntraLase bladeless LASIK corrective surgery for one eye at Scottsdale Center for Sight (a $2,195 value), with locations in Fountain Hills, Scottsdale, and Sun Lakes.
Scottsdale Center for Sight corrects ocular imperfections via cutting-edge bladeless equipment operated by Paul M. Petelin, MD, a surgeon specifically trained in LASIK. After a consultation to ensure the candidacy of the patient, blurred eyeballs receive professional bladeless LASIK care. The surgery utilizes two completely separate laser beams, instead of the customary microkeratome blade, for a more efficient and precise process. First, the IntraLase laser allows the surgeon to create a corneal flap without the use of a blade. Once the doctor mutters the appropriate password, the flap is lifted to admit the excimer laser, which manipulates the cornea into crystal-clear vision. Downtime and discomfort are slight, so patients can quickly toss out old contacts, spectacles, and prescription Groucho Marx disguises.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Aug 27, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 2 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. By appointment only. Valid only for one eye. Consultation required; non-candidates refunded. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Scottsdale Center for Sight
Scottsdale Center for Sight's founder, Dr. Paul M. Petelin, knows eye surgery—he's completed more than 10,000 LASIK surgeries, and is often the one other doctors go to when they're faced with a challenging case in their own practices. And it's not just doctors that trust him – Dr. Petelin also serves as the Arizona Cardinals' team ophthalmologist. With Dr. Petelin at the helm, the Scottsdale Center for Sight's patients can rest easy, whether they're getting a quick eye exam or going in for a more significant treatment.