While being short-sighted has its advantages, like conveniently “missing” someone undesirable when they wave at you from across the street; it’s not all impressionistic fun and games. So when the computer screen starts to resemble a swirling vortex, your partner’s face looks like a cubist masterpiece and you take the wrong dog for a walk, you know it’s time to get your eyes sorted. Pop down for a full eye test at The Florida Medical and Dental Centre for R79.
Some smart guy once said that prevention is better than cure. The Florida Medical and Dental Centre and Y. Mahomed Optometry believe this to be an important philosophy; that’s why they’re inviting you to come in for a comprehensive eye test. Whether your vision is crystal clear or as blurry as a socialite’s Friday night, an eye test should be taken periodically, especially since many eye diseases don’t produce symptoms until there’s permanent damage.
Also included in today’s Groupon is a 40% discount on any two pairs of selected single vision frames when you pay R699 for two pairs valued at R1160 – the ideal opportunity for you to kill two clay pigeons with one stone if your eye test reveals the need for some sassy specs. With experienced and registered optometrists, Y. Mahomed Optometry, running the show, you can be certain to experience only the best in eye care and customer care.
Today’s Groupon has a moral to it: make sure your future is as clear as possible by counting a periodic eye test amongst your health care routine. Eye’d be careful.Focus on this fact: Before glasses were available to the general public, miners in Armenia would pick up pieces of glass and fix them together with strings of toothpaste. These make-shift glasses weren’t popular or effective.