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September 26, 2012
What You'll Get
For $1,299, today’s side deal gets you custom interlace Lasik eye surgery (a $2,598 value) at Tennessee Lasik Associates just off the Pellissippi Parkway. An experienced surgeon who has performed more than 17,000 successful Lasik surgeries, Dr. Colby Stewart and the highly trained team at Tennessee Lasik Associates administer the latest and safest in Lasik treatments. This personalized procedure resurfaces uneven corneas with concentrated photons to free eyes from their dependence on visual crutches such as contacts and glasses. Preprocedure, anesthetic eye drops numb eye globes, leaving patients completely conscious but without pain throughout the surgery. A microkeratome instrument then creates a microscopic flap in the cornea and a custom-tailored laser ablation sculpts troubled stroma to rectify light-refraction anomalies with an accuracy of up to 0.25 microns. Tennessee Lasik continually researches safe surgical procedures and trains their staff in the latest technologies and advances in the vision-sharpening game.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Jan 3, 2012. Amount paid never expires. By appointment only. Must be approved for surgery prior to procedure. A full refund will be given to those not approved for procedure. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Tennessee Lasik Associates
Backed by an impressive success rate and more than a decade of experience, Dr. Stewart improves vision using LASIK techniques and other eye-correction alternatives. With the help of his team, Dr. Stewart offers eye exams, showcases a retail selection of glasses and sunglasses, and employs minimally invasive surgery to end clients’ reliance on lenses. Expanding into the surrounding ocular area, the doctor also performs cosmetic procedures including Botox and Latisse. Bamboo shades and creamy, earth-toned décor soothe eyes and their owners as soon as they walk or roll into treatment rooms.