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"I have been going to Dr. for at least 9 years, I will go nowhere else. She has always had the best staff, they are very helpful in ordering" selecting frames and options for lens's. , is an excellent Optometrist, Her attention to detail during the eye exam is non compromising. She will take all the necessary time to ensure the prescription is the right. She is only in the office 3 days a week, so If you don't mind waiting a little longer to get an appointment, it is worth the wait.

-Vince S.

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"My son has had very severe eye issues since birth. We saw Dr. Prazer and were under his care until about 2011. Because of the presumed professionalism of Dr. Prazer" and his staff, we thought we were in the best of hands. We trusted him. We were told that our son needed vision therapy. Our son underwent hours and hours of therapy for about 4-5 years. The entire time, his eyes just kept getting worse. Dr. Prazer kept suggesting more therapy was needed. Mind you, our insurance didn't cover any of the therapy sessions. The therapy was deemed experimental. After spending about $10,000 on vision therapy and treating our son like a science experiment, he didn't know what else to try. He threw his hands up in the air and said, "Oh well, we tried". We have since found a very knowledgeable opthalmologist who specializes in severe eye issues. In fact, in his expert opinion, the eye therapy was the worst thing that we could of done for our son. The therapy taught our son's brain to focus on seeing what he couldn't see and to try to correct the image himself. All that was needed was a patch over his eye, and the brain would have automatically strengthened the weak eye to see better. We tell everyone that asks us for a referral to an opthalmologist that they should NEVER consider sending their child to Dr. Prazer! RUN!! For underneath all of the friendly staff and smiles, a money-making machine. As a parent, we only want the best for our children. Because we trusted Dr. Prazer's professional opinion, our son had to endure hours and hours and years and years of vision therapy that wasn't needed, and very expensive! Because of the vision therapy had trained his brain to see a certain way, our son ended up having to have eye muscle surgery on both eyes. It pains me to the core to know that we, as parents, put our son through so many years of agony and tears because we trusted a snake oil salesman.

-Kevin W.

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  • I have been going to Dr. Provider name locked. for at least 9 years, I will go nowhere  else. She has always had the best staff, they are very helpful in ordering selecting frames and options for lens's.
    Provider name locked. , is an excellent  Optometrist,  Her attention to detail during the eye exam is non compromising.  She will take all the necessary time to ensure the prescription is the right.  
    She is only in the office 3 days a week, so If you don't mind waiting a little longer to get an appointment, it is worth the wait.
  • My son has had very severe eye issues since birth.  We saw Dr. Prazer and were under his care until about 2011. Because of the presumed professionalism of Dr. Prazer and his staff, we thought we were in the best of hands.  We trusted him.
    We were told that our son needed vision  therapy.  Our son underwent hours and hours of therapy for about 4-5 years.  The entire time, his eyes just kept getting worse.  Dr. Prazer kept suggesting more therapy was needed.  Mind you, our insurance didn't cover any of the therapy sessions.  The therapy was deemed experimental.
    After spending about $10,000 on vision therapy and treating our son like a science experiment, he didn't know what else to try.  He threw his hands up in the air and said, "Oh well, we tried".
    We have since found a very knowledgeable opthalmologist who specializes in severe eye issues.  In fact, in his expert opinion, the eye therapy was the worst thing that we could of done for our son.  The therapy taught our son's brain to focus on seeing what he couldn't see and to try to correct the image himself.  All that was needed was a patch over his eye, and the brain would have automatically strengthened the weak eye to see better.
    We tell everyone that asks us for a referral to an opthalmologist that they should NEVER consider sending their child to Dr. Prazer!  RUN!!  For underneath all of the friendly staff and smiles, Provider name locked. a money-making machine.  As a parent, we only want the best for our children.  Because we trusted Dr. Prazer's professional opinion, our son had to endure hours and hours and years and years of vision therapy that wasn't needed, and very expensive!
    Because of the vision therapy had trained his brain to see a certain way, our son ended up having to have eye muscle surgery on both eyes.  It pains me to the core to know that we, as parents, put our son through so many years of agony and tears because we trusted a snake oil salesman.
  • One of the most pleasant and efficient doctor appointments I can remember. I was taken back 2 minutes before my appointment time. The reception staff was very courteous to get me checked in.  The technician was fantastic.  She was very personable, discussed what was going to happen, and had me ready for the doctor through testing my eyes in a matter of minutes.  Dr. Provider name locked. was excellent.  Again very cordial, excellent bedside manner, and appeared very knowledgeable and skilled in his profession. For new patients, if you take your current contact boxes or prescription with you, the cost is much less because they do not have to start from scratch.  To top it off, the cost of my complete appointment without contact purchase was only $99.  I do not know how they even pay all their staff at that cost, by I greatly appreciated it as I do not have insurance.  Overall, fantastic experience.  I even got to see pictures of the internals of my eyes, pretty cool, never had that before.
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