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  • First, Dr Shareen Provider name locked. runs a very efficient office.  You enter your medical history, insurance, and billing online prior to the appointment.  No forms on a clip board to complete on your lap.  There's one big plus already.
    When I arrived at the office I signed in and sat in the waiting room.  In 5 to 10 minutes the receptionist called me up and took my driver's license and insurance card and scanned them right there.   I sat back down and in another 5 minutes I was called to the back and was sitting in an exam room.  About 10 minutes later Dr Provider name locked. came in to begin the exam.
    She went through all the necessary tests, put drops in my eyes to dilate them and went out to back waiting room.  After about 15 minutes, she called me back into the exam room and completed the exam.  She told me I have cataracts developing and said I can do elective surgery now or wait for a couple of years.  I opted to wait.
    My first impressions of Dr Provider name locked. was she was kind and effective but slightly business like.  She cared as a doctor and was effective in her communication and spent time with me.  I didn’t feel a warm fuzzy that I would expect from a doctor, especially with me experiencing cataracts for the first time.  She did give me a choice for elective cataract surgery and once I said I would wait for the surgery, she was done, and went on to the next patient.  I only wish she would have left with I will see you in a year or if you experience any eye problems, call me.  I left feeling like a one hit wonder.  Would I go back, maybe.  The office is efficient and you can get in and out quickly.  Overall I had a pleasant experience.

    - Matt T.
  • Everything went so great. The process put in contact with a few different providers. The first guy did a basic exam and put in the drops to dilate her eyes. We had to wait 20 minutes for her eyes to dilate, and then the second person checked our daughters eye prescription. And then Dr. P. came in, verified her prescription and did a little exam. Not only did she explain to me WHY she was recommending glasses for my one-year old, she took the time to answer all my questions. She even had her assistant come in and play with my daughter so we could talk without being interrupted. Dr. P. took the time to show me what my daughter sees (using various lenses) and explained the science behind why it's important she has glasses, and why we haven't noticed eye problems in her (ex: her dextarity is good, she can walk and is meeting all normal milestones). Dr. P. also took time to discuss the struggles of getting an infant to wear glasses and shared some ideas on making sure it was a success. She told me if it's still a struggle after a few weeks, to come back in for help from her. I felt so confident after this exam that we were making the right decision to get glasses for our daughter (unlike after the initial exam with my own eye doctor who didn't take time to explain her diagnosis or answer my questions). We will be moving our daughter's care to Dr. P. from here on out.
    After the exam, we got our daughter fitted for her glasses and the optician was so friendly and helpful.

    - Jessica A.
  • I've been seeing him for the past 12 years. I've been using him for my son. He was born with glaucoma in one eye and he did a surgery on him and my son is 12 years old and he's doing really good with the eye. He can see everything. He was four months old when he did the surgery. Everything was good. He couldn't see from one eye and he used to have a lot of pressure on that one eye and he released the pressure, and now he plays outside. He was really good. They are really, really nice. They call you to the house to make sure you're doing okay after the surgery and I've never seen that to others. I would recommend them.
    - Israel B.
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