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First Responder LASIK Special

Attention First Responders! $400* Off LASIK 

Firefighters, EMTs/Paramedics, and Law Enforcement are all eligible to receive $400* off LASIK through December 2020. This First Responder special is part of our Focus 2020 campaign when we are highlighting the things that really matter – and your service to our communities is at the top of the list!

A great benefit of LASIK is the majority of people with nearsightedness, farsightedness, and astigmatism are candidates for this vision correction procedure. With the use of a bladeless flap creator, and the wide range of vision imperfections that the FDA-approved treatment laser can correct, more people than ever before are excellent candidates for laser vision correction.

  • Are in overall good health.
  • Have had a stable eye prescription for at least one year.
  • Have no existing eye diseases.
  • Are at least 21 years old.
  • Want to change their life and lifestyle with freedom from glasses and contacts.

If you’ve been thinking about vision correction for a while now but haven’t been able to commit, or you’ve been told in the past you weren’t a candidate, now is the time to re-evaluate. If your concerns are over results, check this out: In clinical studies, 100% of nearsighted patients and 95% of all participating patients could pass a driver’s test without glasses or contacts one year later. In addition, 98% of patients with mild-to-moderate nearsightedness obtained 20/20 vision or better.

Call today to schedule your visit at one of our convenient office locations in Valdosta, Tifton, Douglas, Moultrie, Waycross and Madison, FL. Find the number to your local Eye Partners location here.

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