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  • A
    Dr. Seyller is very professional and appears to be on top of new tech. She has an optional (extra cost) camera that eliminated my need for dilation, but provided images that were as good or better than a dilated exam - plus there is a digital record of the exam.
    - Michael M.
  • A
    The staff was very knowledgeable and informative.  The office is contemporary and very bright and clean.
    The doctors do a good job of explaining options and procedures.  There was no pressure whatsoever.
    I did my research and Doctor Whiting has a very good reputation, and has state of the art equipment.
    When I found out the price, I was even more pleased.  It was a couple thousand less than my last quote and
    the facility seemed even more upscale.  I ended up referring my daughter and sister to this clinic.
    Oh and my eyesight is great!

    - KAREN D.
  • A
    I was indentified with cateracts in both eyes about two years ago. At that time the optometrist said that it would gradually get worse and that surgery might be needed. This year when I had my eye exam, the optometrist recommended that I be examed by a surgeon for potential cataract surgery. He recommended Associated Eye Care and I selected Dr Lane since my wife was using him as her optometrist for regular eye exams. I looked him up on Angie's list and the reviews were good. I went in for a complete exame and the recommendation was for cataract surgery, one eye at a time. The Dr and his staff did many measurements and then went through all the possible options, and there were many choices to be made. They gave me literature explaining each of the options and it was my selection on which option to do. I discussed my choice with the Dr and he explained the pros and cons. I selected to have a Torex lens for my right eye because it had a large amount of astigmatisn and a regular perscription lens for my left eye because there was little astigmatism. The surgery was performed and the staff was very friendly and helpful, they made the visit enjoyable. Surgery itself lasted about 15 minutes and then I was in recovery for a short time and my wife took my home for recovery there. Eye drop perscriptions were used to maintain the eye health between surgeries and then two weeks later I did the second one. The recovery was similar with no pain.
    The staff of Associated Eye is a real plus. They are friendly, explain very throroughly what will happen and take very good care of the patient. The Dr is very busy and will answer any questions that the patient has but he doesn't offer much if you don't ask questions. The only hard part was the two weeks between surgeries when one eye was corrected and the other was not. It was difficult to maintain good vision because I had to wear my old perscription for the left eye while the right eye was fine without glasses. I had to buy some 'cheater glasses at Wal-Mart for reading purposes or else read with one eye. The recovery of the eyes was for a month before I could get a new perscription for reading purposes. I decided to stay with glasses with bifocals because everyone knows me with glasses even though I can do distance work without glasses. Since a lot of what I do is a combination of close (reading) and distance, glasses make the most sense for me. Overall the experience was good.
    - Victor T.
  • A
    Since Dr. Reinders moved to his new office, he is using new and different equipment for his exams.  The technology is so impressive.  You can see your eye on the computer screen during the exam.  Dr. Reinders gives a thorough explanation during the exam and will answer any questions you have along the way.
    - Kimberley H.
  • A
    Got PRK surgery in both eyes by Dr. Schwartz.  Amazing!  Professional staff and process.  They have their system down.  The procedure was not as scary as I expected, and the results are amazing!  Happy with everything from the initial consultation to the after appts.  Feel like I was working with the RIGHT people to fix my eyes!
    - Sheila J.
  • A
    They are very prompt and I don't have to wait long. They are very thorough, and I was impressed that they are very good at answering questions. I don't always get that with healthcare. I don't quite recall, but their availability was pretty efficient and I think it was within a few days. The office environment is very pleasant. Their chair side manner is very good, and their communication is very pleasant. The billing and administration was not too bad. I would use them again in the future.
    - marsie r.
  • C
    We have been going to Associated Eye Care for years - for our children about 10 years and my in-laws for 15 years.
    Their eye care is exceptional.

    What is not exceptional is everything else - wait time, the 'process' of getting an examination, the courtesy and attitude of the personnel.

    After being greeted in the entry you are directed to your check in location. Once checked in, you are sent to a waiting room, to wait and wait. Eventually you are called in to an exam room where you meet with the technician. Technican Bruce gives contact lens exams. He is crabby at best, condescending at worst, and he has no patience for parent questions.

    After the exam with the technician you are led back to the waiting area where once again you wait and wait until the physician can see you. After the physician, you stop again to check out. The whole process takes an hour and half for a routive exam. My 'emergency' visit progressed faster though I still had the same routine: greeted, check in, wait, see a technician, wait, see the doctor, check out.

    If it weren't for the excellent doctors, we would definitely go elsewhere. It is a very time-consuming and frustrating experience.

    - Cheryl J.
  • C
    Had been to this doctor before and was satisfied, primarily because of the excellent optician that was with the office. That optician was no longer there. The optomotrist, Dr. Hochalter, seemed pretty detached about examining my eyes. He wanted me to come back for another series of tests. When I went back, he started an old computer for the test (which clunked a lot!) and then left the room! Not really very professional and didn't seem to care whether I had some eye problems or not.
    - Helen C.
  • A
    He is conscientious, and admits when he's been wrong. I had an eye problem and I asked him if it would get better, and he said no. The next time I went to him, he examined me and told me that I was indeed better. His staff is very adequate.
    - MARY D.
  • A
    He listens and is very professional. He is highly rated in the Minneapolis metro area. I talked to my previous ophthalmologist and he said that graduating from the University of Minnesota, he probably would have had a good education.
    - ROBERT A W.
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