What You'll Get
Wearing glasses can be inconvenient, especially when you're trying to put in your contacts. Enjoy a lens-free lifestyle with this Groupon.
$2,495 for All-Laser LASIK Eye Surgery ($4,990 Value)
During the 7- to 10-minute outpatient all-laser LASIK procedure, a machine maps out the interiors of each eye before creating a small flap in the cornea. A computer-guided laser then restructures the cornea to improve its ability to focus incoming light on the retina. The session is designed to improve a range of visual imparities, such as nearsightedness, farsightedness, and astigmatism. Dr. Neel R. Desai, a fellowship-trained ophthalmologist, walks each patient through each step of the procedure as it happens so that they know what to anticipate and know where they are in the process. A viewing window overlooks the treatment room so that friends and family can watch. Should patients' prescriptions change in the future, The Weinstock Laser Eye Center will cover any necessary enhancements at no additional cost.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Mar 27, 2013. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy multiple as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. Must complete screening and schedule appointment by the expiration date on your Groupon. Valid only with Dr. Desai. Important patient disclosure. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About 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.