Children who wear glasses endure wisecracks including “four-eyes” and “Einstein,” while those with perfect vision bask in compliments such as “two-eyes” and “Oppenheimer.” Try to sharpen your sight with today's Groupon: for $2,999, you get a no-cut LASIK procedure for both eyes at The M LASIK Dallas Center in Richardson (a $5,200 value). This Groupon is valid for myopic prescriptions less than -5.00 (plus cylinder) with less than +0.50 diopter of astigmatism, with an additional $100 per diopter for glasses prescriptions higher than -5.00, and an additional $300 for hyperopic patients up to +3.00 (plus cylinder). Unlike packages that only provide a discount off a LASIK procedure, this package is for the whole procedure, including patent fees, laser fees, surgeon fees, operating room fees, touch-ups if needed within one year, and three visits.
Dr. Michael Mazaheri, a board-certified eye physician and surgeon with thousands of LASIK procedures under his belt, sharpens sight without a single incision using Wavefront-guided Flapless LASIK, or advanced PRK, technology. LASIK-trained at Johns Hopkins University, Dr. Mazaheri is one of the most experienced no-cut LASIK surgeons in the U.S. After determining candidacy and inspecting overall eye health with a complimentary consultation and exam, Dr. Mazaheri uses the Wavefront system to measure each orb's surface, creating a three-dimensional map to help guide the surgery and locate buried doubloons. The lasers then reshape the cornea's superficial layer in minutes, sparing peepers the trepidation of being sliced and reducing the chance of side effects such as glare, shadows, and decreased night vision from the flaps.
After the procedure, patients receive a full surgical kit equipped with sunglasses, protective eyewear, and post-op instruction. Follow-up appointments, which are determined by the surgeon, and any other necessary care are included for up to a year. Blurred vision may persist for a few days following the surgery, and Dr. Mazaheri, who has had the procedure performed on his own oculars, generally recommends patients take a few more days off than with traditional LASIK to allow their eyes to adjust and to rekindle friendships with lonely houseplants.
The M Mazaheri Lasik Center
Dr. Michael Mazaheri, a board-certified eye physician and surgeon with thousands of LASIK procedures under his belt, used to be legally blind, with 20/400 vision. Looking for a solution more permanent than a new set of contacts, Dr. Mazaheri opted for his own blade-free LASIK procedure. After measuring his own eyes, setting up the laser parameters, and spending less than a minute under his laser array, Dr. Mazaheri's corneas were treating his brain to images sharper than the point of Albert Einstein’s broadsword. Based on his own success, blade-free LASIK is what Dr. Mazaheri calls "the ultimate experience in our laser room," the crowning procedure of the wide range of corrective laser surgeries he offers.