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  • I got to go to him on Monday. I have gone to him only twice and I really don't have too many problems with my eyes.  He was very focused on taking care of me and he seemed to give me a lot of attention. He spent a lot of time consulting with me as I have a little bit of eye strain from reading at work. He went through a lot of different options that I could try and we ended up trying a single contact lens. He said I would probably not stick with it because of so much pain and he was right but we did try anyway. He gives you very personalized service but I remember I waited a long time. There was a mix up when I came back the second time as they told me to just come in and they didn't make an appointment for me and that maybe the reason why I waited. It was not the most impressive office I have been to. It's not his fault that I am not comfortable with the contact lens. I am very happy with him. I am very short sighted that the other. 
    - philip F.
  • Being that I am somewhat new to New Orleans, I had no idea who to call for an eye doctor appointment. I took my chances and went to the clinic that was closest to my house. I was very unhappy with the whole experience. The office was seemingly unattended when I arrived, but the doors were unlocked, so I went in and waited in the waiting room. Twenty minutes later, Dr. Provider name locked. walked in apologizing. I found out, while I was there, that Dr. Provider name locked. was an opthalmalogist, not an optometrist. I asked him if he could examine me for glasses and contacts and he said that he did it ALL the time, and it was not a problem. But, it was. My eyeglass exam went fine, but the contact exam seemed to confuse the doctor. He couldn't figure out what my prescription was, and was even working on the math for the contact prescription for thirty minutes or so. At one point, he even showed me his calculations and asked if I thought they were right. Of course, I had no idea. Once he was done, he had his receptionist, a nice woman, order the contacts. I was told it would be several days before the contacts came in, and they were supposed to call me when the arrived. 2 weeks later, I had my husband and daughter swing by the doctor's office, because they were in the area. My husband asked a lady working there if the contacts had come in, and she was extrememly rude... said that I wasn't even paying for those contacts---they were just a trial pair, so why would I be in such a rush?! The contacts came in 2 months later. And they weren't the right perscription. I couldn't see a thing. I went back for another check up, got more contacts..... same thing. I wasted my one free annual trip (vision insurance) on this bogus doctor.
    - greta G.
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