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Gift Giving Ideas from Doctors for Visual Freedom
Everyone has a couple of people on their holiday gift-giving list where picking out the perfect present is a daunting task
Giving the gift of added confidence to a loved one can pay off in strides. Botox® Cosmetic achieves that by smoothing away fine lines and wrinkles, returning skin to its more youthful state. Doctors for Visual Freedom’s special holiday price is 20 units for $175.
For the friend or family member who is struggling to find a remedy for thin lashes, Latisse® is the perfect gift. This prescription cosmetic treatment grows eyelashes making them longer, thicker and darker available for 3mL for $89 or 5mL for $115. Another unforgettable gift is vanishing frown lines, achievable with a Juvederm treatment available for $200 off the second tube purchased.
As the name suggests, Doctors for Visual Freedom offers LASIK eye surgery as a hallmark service in its business. Giving the gift of LASIK is one that will be remembered for a lifetime. Dr. Mark Golden uses Custom WaveFront technology to provide the best possible results for all of his patients. He has performed more than 23,000 laser procedures and only operates on perfect candidates. Gift certificates are fully refundable. There is no charge for a comprehensive consultation and 24 month interest free financing is available.
Whatever gift-giving challenge you may be faced with this year, Doctors for Visual Freedom has a solution with its in-demand services offered for amazing prices. Pick up a DFVF gift card this holiday season, and with the time and money you save schedule an appointment for yourself.
About Doctors for Visual Freedom Laser Center
Doctors for Visual Freedom Laser Center, has its office in The John Hancock Center on Michigan Avenue. Dr. Golden has more than two decades of experience performing refractive surgery and was one of the earliest pioneers in the field of Lasik Laser Vision Correction. He started teaching the flap making process to international surgeons starting in 1993 before US FDA approval and after US approval of the laser, trained hundreds of surgeons in the techniques of Lasik and performing over 23,000 Lasik procedures. He has helped open laser centers throughout the United States, training staffs and setting protocols for standard of care. He has lectured extensively at ophthalmology and optometry meetings held by organizations including the American Society of Cataract and Refractive Surgery (ASCRS) and the American Academy of Ophthalmology (AAO). You can learn more about his practice by visiting his website at www.doctorsforvisualfreedom.com or contact him at firstname.lastname@example.org.