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Portland Ophthalmologists Reviews

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"I was referred to Dr
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for the treatment of my advanced glaucoma. She took my red, chemicalized eyes and through a series of surgeries took me off off eye drops altogether. My eyes are now white and my eye pressures are well under control. A great doctor."
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"I'd developed cataracts to the point where they could no longer correct my vision with glasses or contacts. 2 1/2 years post-op my vision is still 20/20! I think he's brilliant, very gentle, & very encouraging."
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"The facility and Dr.
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are excellent. The surgical team was amazing. Everyone from the nurses to the anesthesiologists to the surgeons, all came in and talked to me and made sure I knew their names and asked me if I had any concerns or questions and that is not a typical operating room environment. I really appreciated that. They are a little slow to get their billing done."
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"They surgery went great. However, the center is poorly managed. They do not handle appointments or clients very well. I would not recommend their services."
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"The care provided was more than adequate. I would absolutely recommend them. They were very good listeners and answered all of the questions I wanted to discuss. Also, they were great with follow up and I received several calls checking in to see how I was doing."
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"He helped me with my glaucoma needs. I have had so many visits with him. He is out of town a lot. He doesn’t have a great deal of interpersonal skills, but he has a very busy appointment schedule. He will answer technical questions. They are not good with punctuality. I had an appointment for 9 o’clock and it was around 12.30 when I got to see him."
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"She’s really good. She’s very personable. She takes her time and explains stuff to me. When I went to see her in last September, she had discovered that the Glaucoma pressure in my eye had increased by 7 or 8 points. She asked me to go back to her again in the next 6 months to make sure we were on the same page. I did research them myself and I think the pressure increased because of the nasal spray which I was using. I stopped using the steroid spray and my pressure came back down. I was very scared because my pressure had jumped up so much. It went from 18 to 27. I told her that it had gone up because of the spray. I read a disclaimer on it saying that it could increase the eye pressure. Any steroid nasal spray which you
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’t realize and use can cause the eye pressure. I was down in Texas and I had used it every single day because I had bad allergies down there. I stopped using it since then and my pressure went back down. She said that she had heard of it, but had never seen it. She’s really good. She’s very attentive and knowledgeable. She makes me feel very comfortable. The staff needs to upgrade on their friendliness. They can’t multitask. I would continue to use her in the future.
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"He is fabulous. He is a wonderful doctor. He has done two surgeries for our son that turned out to be fine. He restored the eyesight. He is the most compassionate doctor. He loves being a surgeon and he also loves his patients. He cares a lot. He is very personable. He is unexpectedly compassionate. He is very popular and hence, there are always a lot of people at his office. But he is worth it as it meets expectations. It is not terrible. His staff is great. He is great with his communication. The billing and administration is great. We will continue to see him. We are lucky that he has a specific speciality. Our son has a very unusual condition and we thought that we have to go some place out of the state. So, we feel very lucky to have found him right here."
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"He charged me $59 for the exam. There was nothing extraordinary or nothing disappointing about him. He was adequate. He was competent and thorough. His prices were fair. I got an appointment on Sunday. He has convenient and after-hours appointments. His office is pretty rugged. I
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?t think he accepts insurance. I will use his services again in the future."
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"Overall, I was satisfied. Everyone was very nice and took the time to discuss options (pros / cons). However, I would have liked a little more clarification on various costs incurred based upon my insurance coverage. I was a bit confused thinking that there was an unexpected co-pay for the second appointment (contact lens fitting). I also had to wait quite a bit of time during my re-evaluation of contact lens fitting as there was some overlap in appointments."

All Ophthalmologists in Portland, OR

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Clackamas Eye Center

12100 SE Stevens Ct
Happy Valley, OR

Clayton, Dr. Theresa L

3200 Main St
Vancouver, WA

Clearvision Eyecare PC

12100 SE Stevens Ct
Happy Valley, OR

Coleman Dr. Randall C.

21810 Willamette Dr
West Linn, OR

Colin Ma MD

2525 NW Lovejoy St
Portland, OR

Connall, Dr. Timothy P.

2517 NE Kresky Ave
Chehalis, WA

Cornell, Dr. Michael

7421 SW Bridgeport Rd
Portland, OR

Crawford, Dr. Thomas

5050 NE Hoyt St
Portland, OR

Crews, Dr, Stanley L.

12306 SE Mill Plain Blvd
Vancouver, WA

D'Ostroph, Dr. Andrea O.

200 SW Market St
Portland, OR

Dailey, Dr. Roger

3375 SW Terwilliger Blvd
Portland, OR

Dan Gradin MD

600 Triangle Shopping Ctr
Longview, WA

Darell Lumaco MD

512 E Main St
Hillsboro, OR

David Dance MD

14406 NE 20th Ave
Vancouver, WA

David Hayes MD

235 SE Norton Ln
Mcminnville, OR

David Wheeler MD

3375 SW Terwilliger Blvd
Portland, OR

David, Dr. Roger C.

15405 S W 116th
Portland, OR

DeFrank, Dr. Mary P

512 E Main St
Hillsboro, OR

Deihl, John P.

4900 SW Griffith Pk
Beaverton, OR

Denman, Dr. Joseph D.

18345 SW Alexander St
Beaverton, OR