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is able to convey information extremely well. He is able to conduct an appt. quickly but not so fast that a person feels rushed or uncared for. Dr.
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will take as much time as necessary to explain procedures or
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tests. I have been to Dr.
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every year since his Carmel practice opened (I believe 7 years ago) as has my husband. We would recommend Dr.
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"Carmel office visit:
I went to the Carmel office for an eye exam in order to get the first available appointment. Everything went fine with the exam. I was working on flexing any out of pocket expenses so it was important to me to know how much out of pocket the appointment was going to cost me. The young man running the office went over my insurance plan and was unable to tell me if I was going to have any out of pocket expense from the exam.
Allisonville:
I have used this Doctor in the past and he was always professionally friendly. I was in the office three times. Two of the times he crossed directly in front of me and did not even give me a head nod. I realize Doctor's are very busy people, but it was like I was invisible. I was not impressed.
The reason for my visit was to order a set of glasses which as anyone knows get to be pretty expensive, especially when ordering from a private practice. The initial consultation and order process went fine. I was given an approximate time frame for delivery and went on my way.
About one week after the estimated time frame, I stopped into the office to see what was up. The lady (who was always very nice) could not find my information and thought the order was not placed. I left and after 20 minutes or so received a phone call telling me my order was found and it was placed. She told me the factory did not like how the lenses turned out and were redoing them and they had not alerted her to this fact. Once again, I was given an approximate time frame.
Well, the same thing happened. About one week after the last time estimate, I visited the office again. The glasses had not come in yet and the lady did not know why. Right about now, I probably showed I was not happy with my body language and plainly told her to "just get my glasses in and call me."
The glasses came in, she adjusted them and everything has been fine. The glasses look good and fit well.
A couple of days ago, I get a bill in the mail. Apparently, I do owe some money from the initial eye exam in April. I have since spent all of my flex money and 3 months later get a bill. Just what I did not want to have happen.
I imagine Doctor offices deal with many different types of insurance plans and would assume they know the basic outline of the different plans at the very least. My plan is not an obscure one.
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20/20 Eye Physicians of Indiana - Century Plaza Rd

4880 Century Plaza Rd
Indianapolis, IN

20/20 Institute

8500 Keystone Xing
Indianapolis, IN

20/20 Optical Centers

2020 W 86th St
Indianapolis, IN

96TH STREET EYE CARE

6905 E 96TH ST
Indianapolis, IN

Abrams EyeCare Associates

Indianapolis, IN

Abrams EyeCare Associates-Midtown

1801 N Senate
Indianapolis, IN

Abrams EyeCare Associates-North

11455 N Meridian St
Carmel, IN

Abrams Eyecare Associates-West

6920 Parkdale Pl
Indianapolis, IN

Abrams, Dr. John H.

11455 N Meridian St
Carmel, IN

Abrams, Dr. John H.

6920 Parkdale Place
Indianapolis, IN

Abrams, Dr. John H.

1801 N Senate
Indianapolis, IN

Advanced Vision Care

55 Brendon Way
Zionsville, IN

Advante Members Only

140 E 28 th St
Brooklyn, NY

Alig, Dr. Howard M.

110 N 17th Ave
Beech Grove, IN

Allen, Dr. Keely

6423 S East St
Indianapolis, IN

Allen, Dr. Keely D.

1100 Southfield Dr
Plainfield, IN

Allen, Dr. Kelly

6423 S East St
Indianapolis, IN

Anderson, Dr. Claude

4150 Lafayette Rd
Indianapolis, IN

Arnett, Dr. Julia J

77 S High School Rd
Indianapolis, IN