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  • He did my LASIK surgery as well. I've been using him for less than a year. He's extremely competent and approachable. You can get in for appointments quickly. The office is extremely plush. The staff is very, very friendly.
    - Charles R.
  • Dr. Gording is great. All of my family goes to him. He is taking great care of our eyes. He is very much into preventative measures. He always keeps track of my eyes to make sure that I don't run into a range where glaucoma becomes a problem. He is really staying on top of my health and that of my wife and my daughter also. I have absolutely no problems with him at all and I have recommended him to lots of people.
    - Gregory H.
  • My wife and I started seeing Dr Carolyn Wong and her sister, Dr Grace Wong, about ten years ago. Some of our friends have been going to the Wongs for 15+ years.
    There is never a wait, exams go quickly, and the doctors are very conscientious and thorough. They're extremely helpful with payments/insurance and are great with follow-up (providing samples, making changes in prescriptions or orders, making sure contacts/glasses get delivered, etc.)
    - Cameron D.
  • After wearing glasses and contacts for 20+ years, I found Dr. Gording and have stayed with his office for almost 13 years. I see him for eye exams, contact lenses and glasses. I have a strong astigmatism and high prescription, and Dr. Gording has gone above and beyond in helping me see clearly in the right lenses. He also checks for overall eye health, answers all my questions patiently and has a friendly, helpful staff. I enjoy being able to count on them for my eyecare.
    - Kathleen M.
  • The staff at Dr. C is very friendly and helpful from the receptionists to doctors. The office is fairly convenient and there is typically plenty of on street metered parking available. The doctor performed the typical eye and vision testing and provided a perscription for new progressive lenses. The frame selection was fairly varied. The shop sends out for lenses so it took a couple of weeks during the holidays to get my new glasses. They did not work perfectly for me so the staff attempted to determine if it was a fitting issue or a lens issue. Ultilmately, they re-tested my eyes and it was determined to be a lens issue so the glasses were sent back to the lab. They called me promptly to let me know that the glasses were available. I tried them on, found them to be acceptable and am very satisfied with them. I defnitely felt that they would do anything and everything necessary to make sure that I was satisfied with my new glasses. The atmosphere is relaxed unlike most of the more commercial optometrists so you don't get the sense that you are being rushed through the process. The waiting area is comfortable and kid friendly.
    - ESTHER M.
  • He is very knowledgeable. He has very up to date equipment in his office. He also teaches so I think he is ahead of his profession. I can usually get an appointment the same week. He is very professional and very knowledgeable. He seems like a very nice person. He bills Medicare. I plan to use this practice in the future.
    - Tom W.
  • Dr. Kimura is a young and extremely thorough optometrist. He uses latest technology and equipments in his practice. He keeps himself up to date and it’s because of him that I do not have any issues with my eyes. I like his services and will use the same in future.
    - David B.
  • He is competent, very thorough and he is really a techie, so likes to have the latest equipment in his office. He does a lot of study and knows the latest theories that apply. He understands more than what most optometrists do. He is almost like he is a doctor of ophthalmology because he understands conditions like glaucoma and pressure in the eye and will refer me to an ophthalmologist if needed. If he sees something that maybe a slight problem, he is really good about finding out about it. The thing that I really love about him is that he will find the answer to every single question I have till there is nothing left in the database. If he has to go and see another patient while he is with me, he will very nicely excuse himself, give me something to read. When he comes back he will take time and answer my questions. I feel that he is definitely concerned about my eyes. The office environment is great, but the only thing is that his office is so crowded. I am a very difficult patient to get contact lenses because of my particular condition with my eyesight. He has given me pair after pair from different manufacturers because each manufacturer has a lot of variation.
    - Gregory H.
  • The cataract surgery was performed on my wife. I was with her throughout the process and as the Angie's List member in the family she asked that I relate her experience as a patient.. This is something she wanted me to do and she has approved what I have written. Dr. Siebel was recommended by our optometrist. He was friendly, easy to talk to and seemed knowledgeable in his field, having written several books on the subject of eye surgeries. During the pre-operative discussions he "sold" my wife on "the Crystal Lens", which he promised would allow her to see as close as the computer as well as "far" without glasses. The companies literature also said the same thing. The normal cataract surgery paid for by Medicare does not provide "The Crystal Lens", but another lens that allows you to see "far", but glasses must still be worn for medium and close vision. However, for this benefit The Crystal Lens costs extra---additional costs that are not reimbursed by Medicare or Gap Coverage: $850 for the lens, $1700 extra for Dr. Seibel to surgically implant it and another $650 for the referring optometrist to monitor the lens post-surgery. The total of these additional costs for The Crystal Lens was $3,200. The surgery went well; however, the special Cryatal Lens has not lived up to what Dr. Seibel promised. My wife cannot see her computer without glasses...AND she still needs glasses for her far vision. When questioned about these results, Dr. Seibel stated that the "Crystal Lens" Company published false and misleading literature when it promised better vision....and that he never said my wife's vision would allow her to see medium/close and far without glasses. He simply referred her back to the optometrist for new glasses. Therefore. Dr. Seibel presented what turned out to be misleading and costly (for us!) information. The results continue not to live up to his promises and neither my wife nor I would recommend him for anyone's cataract surgery.
    - KARL E.
  • He's a great optometrist and is very reasonable. He is very good at alternatives and whether or not I should go to the ophthalmologist. I don't feel pressured to do any services that I don't need. I would highly recommend him. I always have a scheduled appointment but you can usually get seen within two weeks.
    - Neelroop P.
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