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  • A
    Wolfe Eye Clinic- Ames
    Teriffic! Both the staff at Mary Greeley Medical Center and Dr. Vincent were wonderful. I was comfortable through all the steps of the entire procedure and my recovery was very quick with little discomfort.
    - Bryan F.
  • B
    Ames Eye Clinic
    This was my first optometry appointment in Ames. Admittedly, it had been a few years since my previous appointment (approx. 3 yrs) and admittedly, I don't do all of the things I should do to maintain my eyes and contacts. But I don't feel that they were considerate or respectful in how they educated me on the topic. Numerous other aspects related to preparing a patient for an appointment were neglected and they treated me like an idiot for not knowing
    - Erin M.
  • A
    Whylie Eye Care Centers
    I used Whylies to puchase new tri-focal glasses. They have an extensive selection to choose from and fairly knowledgeable staff. Since I was new to tri-focal lenses, we needed to adjust the lenses, but they did this without much trouble.
    - Robert W.
  • B
    Great Eye Glasses
    Once the glasses were delivered to my home,  I had to come back several times, (again to another city),  to VisionforLess, to get the glasses fitted properly.   The glasses were advertised to have a variety of  features in a  package deal.  The package cost was supposed to include: 1. The clearest, most precise lenses available today, 2. High definition lenses with a wider field of vision with higher clarity in distant and near vision, 3. improved night vision, with reduced glare, halos, and starbursts, 4 . reduced distortion, and 5. 2X the scratch resistance of glass.  The glasses do seem to have scratch resistance, but every other feature is no better than my last pair. The glasses did not seem worth the cost of the package.    The frames  seem cheaply made, and I plan to try to exchange them for better frames.  I will not be buying from this company again.
    - Sandy K.
  • D
    Ames Eye Clinic
    I recently returned for a second visit after losing a nose-grip on my glasses. Uncertain if the clinic was open during the noon hour, I stopped by. After walking in, no patients or staff were to be seen. The eyewear tech quickly appeared and I explained my dilemma, showing her my glasses. She abruptly took my glasses from my hand and said, "I'll be right back," and left me standing at the entrance. After several minutes, she returned with my glasses and said, "There you go," and I left frustrated.

    Past experience has taught me that a glasses-fitting is important following nose-grip replacement/adjustments. And my sore left ear within hours substantiated that. Not wanting to spend another moment with the tech, I didn't request any further assistance from her. As I drove away, the tech left the building (for her lunch hour, I assume). I left with the sense my timing had been terrible ... in which case the door should not be open to customers. I chose to go elsewhere for the adjustment I wasn't offered, and will never recommend or visit that office again.
    - Mary D.
  • A
    Scallon, Dr. Louis J.
    They have been doing cataract surgery for over 50 years.  They are well known and a lot of my friends go there too.  They are very well-respected and I've had very good luck with them as far as questions about my eyes.  It went fine.
    - Linda E.
  • A
    Wolfe Eye Clinic- Ames
    My husband decided to try a different place because he wasn't seeing very well with the glasses he was prescribed to by his last optometrist. Wolfe Eye Clinic discovered existing problems that can be fixed to help his eye sight. He was very happy with him. We will see him again in the future.
    - Barbara H.
  • C
    Wolfe Eye Clinic- Ames
    I got stuck with a $250 "New Patient Comprehensive Eye Exam" for the time with the tech and another $220 "Extended Retinal Evaluation" for 5 minutes of the assembly line doctors time. They entered the Eye Exam code under the medical side so I paid $250 for less service than the $42 PPO comprehensive eye exam. The Billing Department said there was nothing to be done except pay the bill. I paid all this for no treatment because I "just have to live with it," although as a graduate student the floaters are directly in my line of sight and I see them every minute of every day. As I am writing this they are floating across these words. The doctor does not have floaters and doesn't relate. This place is just an assembly line. They were crowded so I anticipate at least some folks like this place.
    - Samuel D.
  • A
    Wolfe Eye Clinic
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    - Jerald V.
  • A
    McFarland Clinic Pc
    Great care for many years from Dr. Lehman and Dr. Hamouche!
    - Ed G.
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