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Sound Eye & Laser - First Hill

$2,499 for LASIK Eye Surgery for Both Eyes at Sound Eye & Laser ($4,998 Value)

The Fine Print

  • Expires 180 days after purchase.
  • Limit 1 per person, may buy 3 additional as gifts. Consultation required; non-candidates will be refunded. Appointment required for procedure. All post-operative appointments and enhancements for two years following procedure are included.
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Questions and Answers 7 questions

Q:

Does this deal include before and after doctor visits that have to do with Lasik surgery?

Paul  asked on  Jul 27, 2013

A:

Dear Paul. Yes, this deal includes the pre-operative consultation and exam as well as all your follow-up exams for two years!

Sara E.  from  Merchant  replied on  Jul 27, 2013

Q:

After never needing a prescription for my vision, the last 2 years my eyes have been deteriating and I have difficulty reading small print or in poor lighting. I believe it is getting worse still, I will be 50 next year and I have been under a lot of stress the past 2 years. My question, can lasik surgery correct my vision? If so, will it continue to deteriate after surgery? Or should I wait to get surgery until after my eyes seem to stop deteriating?

Audrey E.  asked on  Jul 26, 2013

A:

Hello Audrey. Great question. By your description, it sounds as if you are experiencing presbyopia, which is the common occurance that leads to the need for reading glasses as we approach our 50s. Generally speaking, LASIK is NOT the solution to your problem. If you haven't seen an eye physician for several years, it would be a good idea for you to have a comprehensive eye exam to confirm this and rule out any eye health issues. Dr. Phillips does offer comprehensive eye exams as part of his general ophthalmology practice, and we would be happy to make an appointment for you to see him if you contact us.

Sara E.  from  Merchant  replied on  Jul 27, 2013

Q:

Please give more information about OPD-Scan technology? How does it compare to Abbott's Advanced CustomVue Procedure?

Farhan Q.  asked on  Jul 24, 2013

A:

Hello Farhan I have an answer from Dr. Phillips himself it's quite lenghy so if you could call me and give me our email address I would be more than happy to scan and email it to you. My # is 206-622-2020 thanks Randi

Randi S.  from  Merchant  replied on  Jul 25, 2013

Q:

Is this discount valid for PRK? I had LASIK 13 years ago and PRK is my only option.

Erica F.  asked on  Jul 24, 2013

A:

Hi Erica dr. Phillips would need to take a look at your eyes at our consultation to determine what you really need. You may need a Lasik Enhancement. That price is $750.00 per eye. But yes PRK is still the same price as Lasik if thats what you need. you could always purchase it and if you dont need PRK you would get a full refund and pay us directly for an enhancement. Any questions please call me 206-622-2020 Thanks Randi

Randi S.  from  Merchant  replied on  Jul 24, 2013

Q:

One of my eyes has an astygmatism. Will Lasik surgery be effective? Is the cost the same?

lorna f.  asked on  Jul 24, 2013

A:

Hi Lorna yes we can do Lasik even if you have an astigmatism. The cost is the same. Dr. Phillips will be able to answer any of your questions at our free consultation. Feel free to call me as well with any questions 206-622-2020 Thanks Randi

Randi S.  from  Merchant  replied on  Jul 24, 2013

Q:

What is the cost for one eye? I had the surgery 15 years ago and only need it redone in one eye.

nydia b.  asked on  Jul 23, 2013

A:

Good morning Nydia. The cost for one eye is $1500.00 you would not want to purcahse the Groupon if thats the case or if you do purchase it Dr. Phillips will determine in your consultation what you need. If it really is only one eye you would get a refund and just pay us directly. Please call if you have any questions. 206-622-2020 Thanks Randi

Randi S.  from  Merchant  replied on  Jul 23, 2013

Q:

Is this microkeratome (bladed) or Intralase (bladeless)?

Chance D.  asked on  Jul 23, 2013

A:

Good morning Chance. We use a blade to cut the flap. it isnt that one is better than the other but it's the preference of the surgeon. dr. Phillips has been doing refractive surgery for over 20 years. Please call me if you have any more questions. 206-622-2020 Thanks randi

Randi S.  from  Merchant  replied on  Jul 23, 2013

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