Reviews for Louisville Optometrists

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Rated Review by Caroline D.
"The interactions were fine. I was interested specifically in getting bifocal contacts, and she was totally accommodating about that. I don't think she has a lot of experience fitting bifocal contacts, because it was only after I couldn't see much at all through the first two pairs that she realized my pupil size might be a factor. But she was great about trying to adjust the prescription so I'd get the best possible result. I've been to her before for regular (gas perm) contact lens and glasses prescriptions and she did fine with those.

They almost forgot to charge me for the lenses, too -- I actually had to remind them that I hadn't paid for them.
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Rated Review by William M.
"He is easy to get an appointment, and he is very accommodating. He has good hours. I got one optometrist, who is just two miles from my house, but he is actually ten miles and I go there."
 
 

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Louisville Optometrists Reviews

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"The staff takes the eye measurements and glaucoma check. Then you go to the eye exam room where Dr.
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goes over the results and then proceeds with checking for your prescription. She will then discuss best steps for proceeding with contacts and /or glasses depending on what you want. Then she will ask if you have any questions. She is very friendly and professional."
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"You get glasses in less than two or three hours. They have been in business for over 46 years. I got ‘Buy one Get one free’. So I bought one pair of glasses and another pair free. The customer service was good. They were professional and courteous. I even noticed that one of their customers was a little tough to deal with and the lady had a lot of patience in taking care of him. You can go in with no appointments. They are not very punctual because it is a walk in."
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"I started by walking into to VisionFirst where I was greeted with multiple computers set up in a room covered head to toe in glasses. This struck me to be the first odd characteristic of this place, I felt like I was in a cars salesman shop for glasses. Then they told me the office was on the other side, but the door was locked to come in on the alternate side. As I was walking to the other side I thought to myself why so many glasses with the technology options of today! The representatives were kind and ran my insurance. After 20 minutes or so of waiting I was taken back for eye testing. The lady testing me was nice, but more than below average for running the tests. There were 4 different tests I was ran through. First was looking into a machine and having her change the focuses, she had to run this 2 to 3 times, no problem to me but not something that can't be laughed off. Then the second test was something new! I had to look into a machine that flashed a ridiculous bright light into my eyes so they could take a picture of my retina, okay.... The lady kept whacking my head against this silly machine trying to line me up for a shot at a picture, the light was so bright it was impossible for me not to blink so this kept repeating up to some odd 12 times. If I wasn't blind when I came in, I felt like I was after that test I was seeing spots like I had looked right into a camera lens while having a picture taken. Third test was looking at flashes on a screen, and the last test was a typical color blindness test. I was then escorted to my room, where right after looking at light flashes several times she wanted me to read the lines of text, I told her most of it was blurry after those tests she still made me read it. Then she left and
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came in. When he came in he looked irritated, we addressed each other, then he jumps to: clearly you have difficulty with your vision. This frightened me what was wrong? He then said he wanted to give me a small script. I felt kinda in the dark here, what was wrong? Why was he talking about a script a script for glasses I asked? He then said yes for you near nearsightedness. Most of this went on as me trying to get answers with him answering my feeble in quality questions mockingly. I didn't know if I had an underlying medical reasoning for my visions current state, so after asking him different questions as to the condition itself, he kept coming back to the phrase "I want to make your vision better I think a script can do it". While I'm looking at the photos of my eyes on the p.c next to me wondering why he wasn't looking at them, so he could tell me if they were healthy? I then explained to him I want to know the medical status of my eyes. He then looked at me sheepishly, oh you mean these pictures? I was going to get to that but I really think you need a "small script" cause I know you can get excellent vision with that little help. This started to run at my temper I told him I wanted to know what was on the pictures I took, he still hadn't even looked at my eyes yet. Then he told me oh well your insurance won't cover this test this is something I run I would have to contact them about it. I felt like I was duped at this point, they hadn't giving me any prior knowledge of this, it was only $35 dollars, but I wouldn't have taken it if I didn't think I was going to get valuable insight about my eyes current health, which was all I wanted to know! He then looked at the tests, and they came out clean, then he looked at my eyes. I had talked about something I had read about on blue eyes during all this, which he continued to mock me about because he himself hadn't heard of something like that, which didn't make me confine in him anymore than when he first walked in the room. Over all I wanted to get out of the place as fast as possible, I didn't want the "script" if I already got duped on my exam, I could only imagine the underline fees for their glasses.

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"She is accurate and efficient. I had a special request for getting glasses for a special focal distance. I am a musician and needed glasses that would cover the distance between me and the music stand, and she did an excellent job on creating a pair of glasses that covered the requirement. It is usually pretty easy to get in to see her. "
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"He's very professional and takes his time. He has Saturday hours, and his staff works hard to ensure you get a good time and date, and they call to remind you of your appointment beforehand."
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"His practice has gotten larger over the years, so I wait a little longer in the waiting room now, but other than that, I haven't had any bad experiences. I have been going to him for years. "
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"Dr.
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is a great provider. She works at a local
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-Mart. The nice part is with her prescriptions, I don't have to get them done at
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-mart, I can go wherever I wish to go to have my prescription taken care of. She is just a great person to work with. She works in a very friendly atmosphere. Everyone else that works there is a great group of people as well."

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Keenan IV, Dr. Thomas

4000 Poplar Level Rd
Louisville, KY

Koby Karp Doctors Eye Institute

4004 Dupont Cir
Louisville, KY

Krebs Optical

129 St Matthews Ave
Louisville, KY

Kreutzer, Dr. Tina

1707 Cedar Grove Rd
Shepherdsville, KY

LasikPlus

7840 Montgomery Road
Cincinnati, OH

LasikPlus - Louisville

3999 Dutchmans Ln
Louisville, KY

LeClear Vision Center

5020 Norton Healthcare Blvd
Louisville, KY

Lencrafters

757 E Louis & Clark Pkwy
Clarksville, IN

LensCrafters - Oxmoor Center

7900 Shelbyville Rd
Louisville, KY

Lifferth, Dr. Austin R.

1935 Bluegrass Ave
Louisville, KY

Long, Dr. Lance

1303 US 127 S
Frankfort, KY

Mattas, Dr. Steven J.

4010 Dupont Cir
Louisville, KY

Maudlin, Dr. Spencer

6622 Preston Hwy
Louisville, KY

Medical Center Cardiologists

225 Abraham Flexner Way
Louisville, KY

Mestel, Dr. John G.

757 E Lewis and Clark Pkwy
Clarksville, IN

Moats, Dr. Troy

7635 Shelbyville Rd KY
Louisville, KY

Mooney EyeCare Centre

327 Eastbrooke Dr # 100
Mount Washington, KY

Morgan, Dr. Tim

3999 Dutchmans Ln
Louisville, KY

motor club of America(mca)

independent representative
Louisville, KY

Ngoc, Dr. DO-Bizzell

1015 New Moody Ln
La Grange, KY