ADA Contribution Gets You Savings on Corrective Eye Procedure

Feb 1, 2000

Until February 29, the Laser Eye Center of Southern California and the American Diabetes Association (ADA) are offering a special rate on the LASIK eye procedure to correct farsightedness, nearsightedness and astigmatism.

For a one-time contribution of $200 to the ADA, a person can have this surgery done on both eyes for $2,300. This is a savings of $1,100. It should be noted, however, that the $200 contribution needs to be brought to a local office of the Laser Eye Center. The $2,300 offer is good only if the procedure is performed at a location in Southern California.

The Laser Eye Center has performed over 50,000 vision correction procedures. The initial consultation for people who take part in this program is free but certain restrictions do apply. For more information, call the Laser Eye Center at (800) 805-2737.

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Categories: Diabetes, Eye Care (Retinopathy)


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