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 $2,495, you get the LASIK procedure on both eyes at The Weinstock Laser Eye Center in Largo (a $4,990 value).
Celebrated by distinguished patients, including Tampa Bay pro football players, The Weinstock Laser Eye Center summons superb sight with experienced physicians and the latest in laser technology. In an initial consultation, Dr. Robert Weinstock or Dr. Neel Desai will review medical history and diagnose any astigmatism, nearsightedness, or farsightedness before administering an array of exams to ensure eyes are candidates for the treatment. The seven-minute customized procedure involves minimal discomfort and uses an excimer laser to reshape the inner layer of the cornea, turning astigmatics into vision virtuosos and glass-caged eyes into orbs of bird-watching opportunity. Sight will improve almost immediately, and each treatment comes standard with any follow-up exams or fine-tuning necessary over the following year.
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The Weinstock Laser Eye Center
The trio of board-certified eye surgeons at The Weinstock Laser Eye Center combines specialties in cataract surgery, LASIK, and corneal surgery to treat a full range of ocular ailments. Each of the doctors’ prestigious training is evident in the extensive curriculum vitae, which includes post-graduate studies, residencies, and fellowships at such institutes as Johns Hopkins and The Eye Institute of West Florida. The team’s eyesight-sharpening offerings include the LASIK procedure and corneal transplants, along with astigmatism correction that defuzzes views with toric-lens implants. Surgeons also utilize 3-D-guided microsurgical systems in the operating room for the precision removal of cataracts and particularly small monocles.
148 13th St. SW
Largo, Florida 33770