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    Excellent! Fast, on-time, good manner with the girls (e.g.: included a couple magic tricks to ease tension and build a bond). Included coaching on foods which are good for the teeth and avoiding ones that are not. I really appreciate opening this really important discussion which re-inforces what we have talked about with our kids. It's something they control and gives them reinforcement for the consequences we've been talking about. Finally - reassured the older daughter that she did not need to have teeth removed for another year or two while they wait to see how molars and wisdom teeth form. Prior dentist would make no projection which left our daughter worrying and overreacting to every percieved change in her mouth as she grows.
    - William G.
  • A
    Very clean new office.  Nice Optometrist.  Practice associated with a good Ophthalmologist , Dr. Penrose.  Contact prices not too bad with insurance discount.  Good desk and glass fitting staff at both locations. Switched to them from my prior Optometrist of 15 years, due to a forced switch in employers vision care insurance.  Eye M.D. in Ryan Ranch and on Cass were the only well rated providers under EyeMed insurance on the Peninsula in 2015.  My old optometrist finally took EyeMed, so I switched back to him.  Otherwise I would have stayed with Sablad.  She's fine.  Both were UCB trained.
    - Kevan U.
  • A
    Dr. Penrose did all my pre and post surgical work, though another partner did the surgery as I was a high risk patient, having had prior surgery in the same eye. Nice thorough physician who explained everything.  I'd do business with him again if I had a need.  The mapping and planning for my astigmatic correction was the basis off the second surgeons work, so pretty critical.  My surgery improved my astigmatism by over 60% and the concurrent lens replacement went flawlessly.
    - Kevan U.
  • A
    I called late in the day on a Friday afternoon and they got me right in. They were very thorough and performed extensive tests. The doctor I saw was Dr. Kim and he and his entire staff were very professional and kind.
    - Kevin K.
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    I have been seeing Dr. White for twenty to thirty years and have always been pleased. He has a partner Dr. Whisler now and he did my cataract surgery. He did a great job also and I would recommend him to friends and family. The staff is courteous, consciences, thorough and friendly. The waiting is large and comfortable.
    - Elva M P.
  • A
    As always, fine.  Nakajima was recommended to me by locals when I moved here in 2001.  I have been with him for 14 years at his original central Monterey location and his latest Ryan Ranch location.  He is a good U.C.B. trained O.D., who is thorough.  He will spend the time he needs, not run you in and out like a discount eye-wear store.  I checked, and his contact prices are competitive enough there is no use going elsewhere/mail order - - Buy Local.
    - Kevan U.
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    A year ago, I had cataracts removed from both eyes.  I had worn "mono-vision" contact lenses for 12 or 15 years. It's not for everyone, but definitely right for me.  I loved not being bothered with glasses.  That I was requiring reading glasses more
    often is what drove me to learn my cataracts needed to get removed before I could shore up the prescription for monovision.  The ophthalmologist performing the surgery, Dr. Whisler, would not even address my considering monovision, saying, "There's a lot more real estate from three feet out to infinity than from three feet in."  So the permanent lenses he surgically inserted  gave me great hawkeye vision of the stuff 300 feet away.  And I realized how much ?real estate? there is between the end of my arms and my unfocused eyes. 
    After the cataracts were removed, I couldn't read the face of my watch, or put on make-up or read the shampoo bottle in my hand without wearing damnable reading glasses.   When I went back for my post-op ophthalmologic visit (an additional $85 in spite of the $2600 fee paid for the cataract surgery) and complained that I couldn't read a thing without finding a pair of
    glasses, he was dismissive saying, "Many patients get glasses to wear all the time.  Just get used to it." 
    With today's technology, and the ability to insert permanent corrective lenses, why on earth would ANYONE choose to go thru surgery and still have to rely on eyeglasses forever??   
    I was so frustrated with these results, and told my optometrist that someday,  I'll get one of those permanent lenses removed and replaced with a mono-vision lens to free me from constantly needing eyeglasses.  She advised against that idea, but suggested one contact lens to give me mono-vision now.  I pop it in my left eye when I wake up and have not had to wear readers since she came up with that brilliant idea.  Thank heaven for my wonderful optometrist, Kim Hartford!   She fixed what Dr. Whisler broke.

    - wendy f.
  • A
    Del Piero did retinal detachment surgury for me in ~2005.  My UCB trained Optometrist referred me to him as the #1 inside the eye surgeon in the County.  This checked out with other local sources.  Have had no problems since, and see him every year.  As he warned could happen, the intensive surgury eventually accelerated my cateracts in the same eye, and a few years later I needed a lense replacement.  He referred me to another Opthamologist/surgeon who specialised in high risk repeat eye surguries.  I checked out that Dr., also, and he had good references and reputation.  My second surgury restored my eyesight to better than initial conditions, before the first surgury.  I no longer need to wear glasses to drive, only for computer work and close reading of small print.  Both Dr.s took my insurance.  Based on what I've learned about both Opthamologist//surgeons over the years, I couldn't have matched their skill levels without going to Stanford/UCSF/premier practices in the Bay Area.
    - Kevan U.
  • A
    Barbara is knowledgeable and willing to share what she knows--she really cares about people and helping them.

    I am profoundly grateful to have found her when I decided to look into long-term care for myself. I've had my policy for 8 years and its daily rate of reimbursement had grown with inflation. I wouldn't have even thought about this important aspect without Barbara's guidance and expertise.

    I recommend Barbara Hanson highly and without reservation.

    - Patricia C.
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    Took surface biopsy and when results came back inconclusive, referred me to another dermatologist for deep needle biopsy. Tissue then cut out, proactivley/premtively. Non-cancerous, not even pre-cancerous. Forgot the term for it. May have been pathogen/viral enduced encapsulation/hardening. Wife, mother-in-law, and my mother have seen her and like her. Office does not take insurance, so you pay cash/check and file for reimbursement at non-PPO rates by your insurer.
    - Kevan U.
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