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What You'll Get
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 $1,900, you get LASIK corrective surgery for both eyes at Sound Eye & Laser (a $3,800 value).
A native Seattleite, Sound Eye & Laser’s highly qualified surgeon, Dr. Stephen G. Phillips, draws on 19 years of refractive-surgery experience to safely and comfortably replace corrective eyewear with corrected eyesight. Before commencing sight-straightening LASIK procedures, Dr. Phillips meets with potential patients to determine operative candidacy, discuss vision goals, and help write farewell letters to faithful glasses. A Nidek laser performs eye-enhancing honors by reshaping the cornea, flattening it to make myopic blurs sharper, steepening its sides to improve farsightedness, or rounding it to eliminate astigmatism’s multiple focusing points. After the outpatient procedure, 90% of Dr. Phillips’ patients achieve 20/20 vision or better, and less than 0.01% metamorphose into eagles. Postoperative visits, which are included in today’s deal for up to a year after surgery, determine overall success, and any necessary enhancement treatments will be provided at the doctor’s discretion.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires May 4, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 3 additional as gifts. Consultation required, non-candidates will be refunded. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Sound Eye & Laser
With more than two decades of experience in refractive vision-correcting surgeries and eye-health services, Dr. Stephen G. Phillips has cleared blurry sight from patients of all professions in Seattle. Surgeons, architects, teachers, attorneys, and fellow ophthalmologists have entrusted their eyes to Dr. Phillips's steady hands and arsenal of technologies. OPD-Scans chart the entire topography of the eye, giving the doctor a high-resolution display of 1,440 points of measurement, while a refractive power analyzer captures the subtle nuances of the front of the eye without revealing the patients' most-viewed television channels.