LASIK Eye Surgery For Both Eyes for £1395 at Viewpoint Vision (63% Off)
- Consultant surgeon led practice with over 17 years experience
- Private eye clinic within St Helens NHS Hospital
- Wavefront guided and customised LASIK eye correction surgery for both eyes using Zyoptic™
- Full consultation and aftercare included
- Upgrade to Intralase treatment available at a surcharge
Limit 1 per person. May buy multiple as gifts. Booking required by email: firstname.lastname@example.org quoting name, contact number and Groupon codes. 48 hour cancellation policy. Valid Mon-Fri 9am-5pm. Valid for +3 to -7 dioptres or up to 6 dioptres with astigmatism. Surgery cannot prevent age-related vision deterioration. Occasional side effects may include dry eyes, flap complications, visual disturbances or infections. Any surgical proceedure carries risk which must be taken in to consideration alongside the potential benefits. No absolute guarantees can be given to any patient by any surgeon regarding outcome. Results may vary. Initial consultation included. Full refund provided if not suitable. Voucher value can be used towards other treatments such as Intralase (surcharges may apply). For more information about LASIK eye surgery, visit www.viewpointvision.com/faqs.html.
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There’s none so blind as those who would not see, or so they say, but that idiom was probably invented before laser eye correction surgery. What you see is what you get with today’s Groupon: £1395 for customised or Wavefront LASIK eye surgery in both eyes with Viewpoint Vision.
With a firm belief in sight over sore eyes, the highly trained ophthalmologists from Viewpoint Vision have long had their googlies set on remoulding ocular orbs with LASIK eye surgery. The procedure involves surgically creating a corneal cap, which can be folded back to allow the utilisation of laser therapy inside the cornea to help ensure bright eyes. Once this has been achieved after about 20-30 seconds, the corneal flap is repositioned and it adheres to the underlying corneal substance without the need for any unflattering stiches. Avoiding the painful involvement of needles, this speedy procedure is performed under a local anaesthetic achieved with numbing eye drops.
After somehow finding their way to St Helens Hospital in Merseyside, fledgling visionaries can endeavour to treat near-sightedness, far-sightedness, astigmatism, and in some cases presbyopia with LASIK surgery for both eyes. An extensive consultation will clear the woods from the trees, and if LASIK proves unsuitable clients can elect to undergo an alternative treatment (surcharges may apply ). LASIK is suitable for shortsight of up to -7.00D and longsight up to +3.00D, with or without pesky astigmatism.
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