LASIK Eye Surgery for Both Eyes with Advanced Wavefront Technology Plus Lifetime Care and Commitment for £1795 at Advanced Vision Care (Value £3700)
- Prestigious clinic on Harley Street
- Can help treat near-sightedness, far-sightedness and astigmatism
- One night hotel accommodation provided and patients can return home on the day of surgery
- Comes with lifetime care and commitment that covers all follow up treatments
- Optional Intralase upgrade
1 Groupon per person, multiple may be bought as gifts. Booking required. Valid Mon-Sat. Must be 21 or over with a stable prescription. Treatment available for patients with a prescription of +4 to -8 dioptres or up to -3.00 dioptres of astigmatism. If deemed unsuitable for laser, you will receive a full refund and may apply the voucher value to an alternative treatment. All follow up appointments should be done at London Harley St clinic.
Occasional side effects may include dry eyes, visual disturbances, irregular corneal healing or infections. Results may vary. Surgery cannot prevent age-related vision deterioration.One night hotel accommodation provided. 48-hour cancellation policy. Email firstname.lastname@example.org to book stating name, contact number, Groupon and security code. Groupon must be presented at the time of consultation to redeem offer.
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With the expertise and experience at Advanced Vision Care, the end might be in sight for people in need of vision correction. One of the country’s leading ophthalmologists, AVC was founded by Mr C T Pillai over 8 years ago, one of the first surgeons to perform bilateral laser treatment in the UK. The unparalleled customer care and the very latest bespoke alternative eye treatments have earned AVC an international and star-studded patient list. They delight in seeing what they can do for patients who have been turned away from less visionary clinics.
With today's Groupon, holders will be seen by AVC for a thorough two hour consultation to assess the patient's suitability for LASIK eye surgery. Laser treatment has been used for 18 years to treat short sightedness up to -8.00D and for long sight up to +4.00D or -3.00D of astigmatism. Carried out under local anaesthetic, the treatment involves surgically prepping the eye for laser surgery to correct the prescription, and an optional upgrade to Intralase is available for those with an aversion to surgical blades. The surgery comes with a lifetime care and commitment that covers all follow up treatments, however AVC remind patients that LASIK surgery cannot prevent age related vision deterioration.
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